There's a buzzy new bazaar near Chatuchak Weekend Market called The Camp Vintage Flea Market, which is the newest brainchild of Talat Rotfai’s (Train Night Market) founder Pairod Roikaew. It is, in fact, situated at the spot where old train cars once sat and the original Train Night Market was born. The train cars are long gone, but to inject a vintage feel to the market, Pairod built aircraft hangar-inspired garages to house exclusively selected shops retailing pre-owned collectibles. Do check out Smith Vintage Club and its collection of classic motorcycles.
The market is not so big, but those garages are quite impressive with what they are storing from a vintage cole cooler, and an old-school architect's drafting board to a vintage tandem bicycle, and a creepy-looking patient chair.
It has just opened to public not so long ago, so it's new, and you should give it a try because the vibe is pretty nice and chilled here. Do grab some bites and cold drinks from nearby food trucks and relax in an outdoor seating area near the stage, or get on a real eating eat at restaurants located at the back of the market. Sounds like a good weekend isn't it?
|Venue name:||The Camp Vintage Flea Market|
Opposite of Aor Tor Kor Market
Kamphaeng Phet Road
|Opening hours:||Open Tue-Thu 11:00-22:00, and Fri-Sun 11:00-24:00|