The top destination for night riders. The whole street is occupied by street vendors throwing in their fresh ingredients into the pan, brewing hot beverages and serving delicious food that reflects their family’s heritage. Keep in mind that it’s pretty crowded on Friday night and on the weekends so you will have to walk your bike occasionally.
Train Market Srinakarin
One of the biggest night markets in Bangkok. It features many memorabilia objects,vintage clothing, scootersand furniture collected from many parts of the world. Amusing to look at but it would be a challenge to carry anything back by bike. There is also a small exhibition of old American cars.
Siam Gypsy Walking Street
A relatively new small scaled-night market where locals hang out. Stalls offer drinks, food and second-hand clothes. It’s a place to be if you want pure fun and are into live music.
Box Space Ratchayothin
A community mall constructed out of old cargo containers. This market has artsy vibes and is filled with young people. You can find restaurants offering finger licking food, small BBQ stalls, bars and much more.
JJ Green Night Market
This chilled out bohemian night market offers live folk music and cheap drinks. It’s a mix of permanently built shops and makeshift stalls where locals spread their handmade products over the floor. It’s next to the famous Chatujak market, open on weekend nights only.