Rod Fai Night Market Te gekke avondmarkt pal naast het spoor.

Rod Fai Night Market

Te gekke avondmarkt pal naast het spoor.

Meer dan 2000 fel gekleurde marktstalletjes vol met vintage kleding , schoenen. kitch kitchen spullen , afdankte tuktuks , Amerikaanse reclame borden , Mao shirts en uiteraard heel veel super lekker eten. Afdingen is het verhaal en de soep heet Tom kha kai.

Thailand, Srinagarindra 51 Alley, Nong Bon, Prawet, Bangkok 10250, Thailand

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Gesloten.  Open om 16:00

Ratchada Train Market is open from 17:00 to 01:00, from Thursday to Sunday.

Read more at: http://www.bangkok.com/shopping-market/rot-fai-market.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001

A Second Train Market Now Open on Ratchada Road Due to its ongoing success, there is now a second location of the Train Market opened on Ratchadaphisek Road, much closer to downtown Bangkok. Opened in January 2015, Ratchada Train Market is not as big as the original, but it has the same arty vibe, retro gear and tasty snacks to enjoy. It is very easy reach, a few minutes walk from Thailand Cultural Center MRT Underground Station, behind Esplanade Shopping Mall.

Read more at: http://www.bangkok.com/shopping-market/rot-fai-market.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001

Rod Fai Market in Bangkok Bangkok Markets ADD TO TRIP!319 Rot Fai Market (Train Market) in Bangkok is an authentic open-air bazaar selling an incredible array of vintage collectables and memorabilia from yesteryear, from antique furniture to hippy fashion and Mao kitsch.  With three sections to this huge market space, there are also many traders selling modern fashion and apparel more typical of other night markets in Bangkok; however it’s the one-off and hard to find items that really make Rot Fai Market superior to all other night markets in the city. Where else in the Thailand would you find a pristine 1950s Cadillac next to vintage leather jackets, French chandeliers and 1960s action figures from Japan? Combine all this with cool restaurants, bars and snack stalls and you have a fun night out from sunset to midnight, Thursday to Sunday. 

Read more at: http://www.bangkok.com/shopping-market/rot-fai-market.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001

The real premium standout items at Rot Fai Market are displayed in a converted factory-type building called Rod’s Antiques. This is a trove of antiques and vintage items including classic cars, motorbikes, antique and kitsch furniture and even a life-size Elvis mannequin. Photographers are allowed to snap away although you are asked not to touch anything as these items are rare and have a price tag to match. One of the biggest differences here is that all vintage items are guaranteed to be genuine, sourced from all over the world: America, China, Myanmar, Europe, and Thailand. The Market Zone is a massive collection of more than 2,000 stalls selling everyday products like shoes, in trend fashion, children’s toys and homeware. Prices are low and bargaining is common, so it’s best just to explore and enjoy the sights, stopping frequently to try all the delicious snacks that are scattered throughout. Towards the back end of the market are lines of traders with their wares laid out on the ground, similar to how Rot Fai Market started many years ago. These are mostly niche collectables and memorabilia.

Read more at: http://www.bangkok.com/shopping-market/rot-fai-market.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001

A Second Train Market Now Open on Ratchada Road Due to its ongoing success, there is now a second location of the Train Market opened on Ratchadaphisek Road, much closer to downtown Bangkok. Opened in January 2015, Ratchada Train Market is not as big as the original, but it has the same arty vibe, retro gear and tasty snacks to enjoy. It is very easy reach, a few minutes walk from Thailand Cultural Center MRT Underground Station, behind Esplanade Shopping Mall.

Read more at: http://www.bangkok.com/shopping-market/rot-fai-market.htm?cid=ch:OTH:001