Recommendation by Kervin
Satisfy your need to spend..
a year ago
The most famous night market in Bangkok. Actually, I've been to this place once. But, once is not enough. I want to go back around Chatuchak and buy every meal there. Especially pad thai, which in my opinion is the best pad thai I've ever tasted while in Thailand
2 years ago
Unleash the haggler in you at the world's largest weekend market, Chatuchak! Here you would find a flurry of choices ranging from food to collectibles! The market is divided in 27 organized sections, giving the buyers an easy way to find what they actually wanna buy, should it be as elaborate as an antique wood carving, decorative plants, or even traditional handicrafts! This place is certainly a one stop shop to satisfy your every shopping need.
2 years ago
What I usually hear from my friends who went to Bangkok is “Go to Chatuchak”. It made me curious and asked why. Chatuchak is about SHOPPING , EATING, and MORE SHOPPING AND EATING!!! Photos taken from google.
7 months ago
Most people bring clothes, shoes, bags, and fashion back from Italy. Dom and I bring back food. Shameless amounts of it. Truffles, dried pastas, olive oils and aged balsamic vinegar... and pack them in boxes 📦 and newspaper 🗞 courtesy of the hotel concierge. Overweight luggage is a real concern with all that balsamic vinegar and olive oils 😅 If you head over, go on an empty stomach. There’s plenty to eat, lots of little stalls, and your mouth will be kept pretty busy with the constant gobbling.
10 months ago
One of the biggest outdoor markets in Hong Kong, Stanley Market is as much of a tourist attraction as it is a place to quench your hoarding habits. You can find almost anything here—from the essentials to the frivolous to the insane. (Triple-fused pentaminx 17x17x17 Rubik’s cubes, anyone?) Not everything is second-hand, but some items are recycled while some are handmade. The prices start off low, so there’s no need to play limbo. The area is a hotspot for pickpockets, though, so be careful!