Chatuchak Weekend Market ( Jatujak market)

  • Address: Kamphaeng Phet 2 Road, Jatujak, Bangkok
  • Hour: Wed–Thu (Plant & Flowers) 6.00 AM – 6.00 PM
    Fri (Wholesale day) 6.00 AM – 6.00 PM
    Sat–Sun (Miscellaneous) 6.00 AM – 6.00 PM
  • How to get there: MRT Kamphaenpetch Station
  • BTS: Mochit Station

One of the world's largest weekend markets cover area up to 27 acres divided into 27 sections, contains more than 15,000 booths selling products from every part of Thailand. Is not only popular amount the Thai itself in visit the place but become more interesting for the tourist to enjoy the local shopping culture with bargaining local price.

Srinakarin Train market

  • Address: Srinakarin 51 Srinakarin Rd Nongbon Prawet, Bangkok
  • Hour: Tues - Sun (Plaza Zone) 5.00 PM – 12.00 PM
    Wed, Fri - Sun (Market Zone) 5.00 PM – 12.00 PM
  • How to get there:
  • BTS: Udom Suk Station (E12) Exit 5, Take Cap or Song-Thaew gets off at Paradise part (Opposite to Seacon square) or
    On-Nut station, Take cap or Song- thaew gets off at BIG C extra

Srinakarin Train Market as known as Talat Rot Fai second largest market in Bangkok after Chatuchak weekend market, an area catered for young, Thai Hipster with a chilled atmosphere of cool pub, bars as well as unique shopping experience cannot find any elsewhere. The indoor area those rows of old warehouse and converted container consists of mainly pubs, café, restaurant, tattoos parlours and vintage seller. For the shopaholic, do get ready to enjoy the outdoor areas which sell varieties in trend of cloths, hats, belts, shoes and accessories in a local price without feeling the beaten path for tourist.

Asiantique The Riverfront

  • Address: Charoenkrung soi 72-76 Charoenkrung Road, Bangkok
  • Hour: 5.00 PM – 12.00 PM
  • How to get there: BTS Saphan Taksin Exit No.2, Jump into the free shuttle boat at the end of the pier. Average headway 30 Mins. Last boat at 11 PM.

BTS Saphan Taksin, take taxi from opposite side of Robinson department store. 10 – 15 Mins distance.

A combination of night bazaar and a mall into one with over 1500 boutiques and 40 restaurants house under a huge replica warehouse complex. Browsing the boutiques, picking up gifts or something for yourself is not a bad idea after a long sightseeing in the morning.

For who searching other experience, there are several shows taking place like The calypso, The Joe Louis Puppet modern choreography which bring you into wonderful mystic funny journey of ancient Thai characters.

Siam Paragon

  • Address: 991 Rama I Road, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330
  • Hour: 10.00 AM – 10.00 PM
  • How to get there: BTS Siam station

In the recently year, large complex mall become a trend and deeply seek into city life in measuring the wealth of life style. After successful of The Emporium department store, another few rivals new shopping mall complex were establish in year 2005 in heart of business district. With cover area up to 500,000 m2, contains over 250 of variety brands from affordable products up to international high-end fashion brands for over 100,000 pax of local and international visitor with cash to splurge on each day. At Siam Paragon you can find brand hardly seen any elsewhere such as "Harry Winston", "Frank Muller" etc. Not only that famous Thai brand such as "Playhound", "Senada", "Castro", "Garden Flynow III" also can be found here.

Largest indoor aquarium, Sanyo 4 D x Venture such lifestyle and leisure also can be experience though out spending time inside in this amazing mall. Giving the fact that Siam Paragon had proclaimed itself as the "Pride of Bangkok" with growing number of restaurants, its food hall accordingly lives up to the hype. Restaurant should not miss out such Four Season, Vanilla Brasserie, Manna etc.

Central Embassy

  • Address: 1031 Ploenchit Rd, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330
  • Hour: 10.00 AM – 10.00 PM
  • How to get there: Between BTS Chidlom station and BTS Ploen Chit Station, Short walking distance after BTS exit

Central Retail Cooperate group are proudly present "Central Embassy" a new landmark in the heart of Bangkok's retail district. Located on the ground of the former British Embassy, with total of 37 floors, first 8 floors were the mega-mall of an Ultra-Luxury lifestyle mall, boasting an impressive collection of high-end brand, fine-dining restaurant, swanky cinema screens, and an extravagant 6 stars hotel set to open soon.

If fashions aren't not so much of your things, trying out an up scales food court "Eathai" at Central Embassy is not a bad choice after all. But if you are craving for different taste from Thai, international chain restaurant also can be found such as Pual, Harrods Plantation, Dean&Deluca.

The Platinum Fashion mall (Fashion Whole sale)

  • Address: 222 Phetchaburi Road, Rachateewe Bangkok
  • Hour: Wed, Sat, Sun 8.00 AM – 8.00PM
    Mon, Tues, Thru, Fri 9.00 AM – 8.00PM
  • How to get there: BTS Chidlom station, walk for 10 – 15 Min or take Taxi/ Tuk Tuk

If you were adding a list to your Bangkok shopping, The Platinum Fashion Mall would be one to compile. An indoor version of Chatuchak weekend market, 7 major floors with no much to the concept, specializes in wholesales, the range of styles and what is available is more than impressive. From fashion clothing, children wear, jeans, accessories, bags, shoes, basically you can find anything to embellish yourself with from head to toe. To save up your baht in Platinum fashion mall a simple rule is to buy 3 pieces or more at the same shop. Some of the shops allow you to mix and match with different types of item. This tent to save you up to 10 -30% from normal price

Patpong Night Market

  • Address: Patpong Suriya Wong BangRak, Bangkok
  • Hour: 6.00 PM – 2.00AM
  • How to get there: BTS Saladaeng Station Exit 1, Walk for 5 mins
    MRT Silom Station Exit 2, Walk for 8 mins

Patpong another popular area after dark, one of the "must" night shopping destination for avid shopper. Plenty of souvenirs, shirt, bags, CD, DVD and other choice can be bring back home for friend and family. Price is more likely to be "tourist price tag" at this time showing your bargaining of power ability is nessesary.

Another interesting part of Patpong is along the alley has many hostess pubs and this is the primary draw card.

The touts try to sell a ping-pong show

After recently cleaning up its act, Patpong's become one of the 'must' night shopping destinations for avid shoppers. Found in the built-up area known as Silom, the place is always busy and chaotic with all the commotion from the Go-Go bars nearby and lots of foreign tourists. This market in Bangkok's notorious nightlife district is often the first and easiest stop for many tourists just arriving to Bangkok, whilst lodging at one of several mid-to-upper-end hotels in Silom.

Patpong may go down in history as Bangkok's prime red light district but it certainly has an all new appeal for visitors looking to trek through the sleaze without getting too dirty.