Monday, December 3, 2012

Bangkok Markets: Chatuchak Market

Over the past two weekends, Ethan and I have played host to three different visitors, all friends we met in Cambodia.  We have another visitor this week.  (I am envious of the numerous Cambodian holidays.)
As a result of these visits, I believe we may have an itinerary down pat - and it always involves at least one Bangkok market because one of the most enjoyable things about this city is its variety of markets.

This weekend, we went to Bangkok's famous weekend market, Chatuchak Market, also known as JJ Market, a sprawl of stalls and makeshifts shops filled with just about anything you can think of: vintage clothing and furniture, young Thai designs, trashy tourist finds, used books, and more importantly, food vendor upon food vendor.


  1. That market looks amazing! Lucky houseguests.

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  3. those shoes are so cute! is the quality any good?

    1. Hi Erica,

      Not sure yet. The range of quality in the shoes I find at that market vary from cheap throw-aways to good quality shoes.

      I didn't purchase that pair, though I've been toying with the idea of a loafer.


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