Tarad Rodfai flea market is probably my favorite place to visit in Bangkok. located at the old train station right next to Chatuchak Weekend Market, it offers old furniture, knick knacks, retro items, collectibles, and lots of vintage and vintage-inspired clothing. compared to Chatuchak Weekend Market, this night market has a more local feel to it. if you’re a vintage lover like me, or simply looking for a more authentic thai shopping experience, definitely check out Tarad Rodfai ♥
Tarad Rodfai Flea Market
Opening Hours: 4 -12pm every Sat & Sun
Location: There is no official address to this night market. If you get off at Kampaeng Phet metro station, take exit 1, you see will lots of furniture stores, walk in that direction for 10 minutes and you will end up at the flea market. Alternatively, if you were at Chatuchak Weekend Market during the day, just ask for directions =)
snaps from my visit to King Rama II Memorial Park in Amphawa, Samut Songkhram Province. the memorial park was established to commemorate King Rama II’s great patronage of Thai arts and culture. it boasts ancient artifacts and decorative items on display, as well as a botanical garden with over 140 species of plants.
King Rama II Memorial Park
Address: Amphawa-Bang Nok Kwaek Rd., Bang Nok Kwaek Sub-district, Amphawa District, Samut Songkhram
Telephone: 034 751 376 / 034 751 666
Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 08:30-17:00 Saturday-Sunday 08:30-17:30
Entrance Fee: Adults 20 Baht, Children 5 Baht
i live in vancouver and taipei. i love guitar and roadtrips. sunshine and the beach. cupcakes and coffee. indie music and foreign films. i want to scuba dive at the great barrier reef and speak french in paris.