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Sampeng's oldest market is losing some charm, but remains an epic alley crammed with bric-a-brac, costume accoutrements, honking motorbikes, smoky quarters...
Soi Wanit 1
Every Saturday, night vendors pitch trestles and mats to flog miscellany from amulets to old postcards. It's called Talad Fai Chai (Flashlight Market) as...
Around Central Hospital on Thanons Luang
Foreigners rub chest-to-shoulder with Thais amid engines, wheels and other machinery in an area also rife with electrical repairers and homewares.
The heart of Little India, Pahurat is awash with fabrics and textiles, from rainbows of saris to Thai and Chinese silks, synthetics and cottons. Winding...
Thanon Chakkaphet & Thanon Pahurat
Named after an old iron bridge over Khlong Ong Ang, this meandering alley market dips below street level. Shelves heave with cameras, toy guns, sunglasses...
Chinatown's narrowest, most diverse thoroughfare begins at Pei-Ing School on Thanon Songwat with toy and game shops. Beyond Sampeng Lane, dried fish...
Once dubbed 'Thieves Market', though it's no longer fencing stolen goods, this charming, hectic area hosts all things audio, as well as culinary...