Is Chatuchak market only open on weekends?

Is Chatuchak market only open on weekends?

Chatuchak Weekend Market is open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The market opens Friday night at 6PM and closes at midnight. On Saturday and Sunday, it’s open all day from 9AM to 6PM. The best time to go shopping is in the morning, or when the market first opens.

Is Chatuchak open on weekdays?

Bangkok’s famous Chatuchak weekend market will be open six days a week starting mid-April in an effort to boost the income of vendors affected by Covid-19. The committee has now ruled that vendors can operate on all weekdays except Mondays, to allow for cleaning and dredging of the gutters.

How do you get to Chatuchak market from BTS?

How to get to Chatuchak Weekend Market. Hop on the Skytrain (BTS) to Mo Chit station, take exit no. 1 and follow the crowd until you see rows of canvas stalls selling clothes. Turn right while continuing to follow the crowd and you’ll see a small entrance that leads into the market (clothing section).

Is Chatuchak open on Friday?

Chatuchak Friday Night Market opens only one day a week on Friday night and lasts until Saturday morning. The sellers start to open their shops from 9 pm and the night market fully opens just after 10 pm. The recommended time for coming here is after 11 pm.

Is Chatuchak market open on Monday?

The largest market in all the realm, offering everything from clothing and antiques to plants and animals, will open every day except Monday starting mid-April, Wanlaya Wattanarat of the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration said yesterday. This story originally appeared on Coconuts Bangkok.

What is the largest market in Bangkok?

Chatuchak Weekend Market
Chatuchak Weekend Market on a saturday afternoon. pronunciation (help·info)), on Kamphaeng Phet 2 Road, Chatuchak, Bangkok, is the largest market in Thailand. Also known as JJ Market, it has more than 15,000 stalls and 11,505 vendors (2019), divided into 27 sections.

What is the best floating market in Thailand?

Damnoen Saduak
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