Chatuchak Bangkok

Everything you Need to Know about Chatuchak

The Chatuchak area acquired its name from the large public park of the same name. However, the area is best known for the largest market in Asia, the Chatuchak Weekend Market. Chatuchak also provides a convenient gateway to other areas in the north of Bangkok, such as Vipawadee Rangsit, Ladprao and Saphan Kwai.

Popular with locals and visitors the large parks in Chatuchak attract many families and those looking for a convenient escape from downtown Bangkok. What's more, a multitude of transport options make Chatuchak very easy to access, thanks to the MRT Underground Station at Chatuchak Park, the northern terminal station of the BTS Skytrain called Mo Chit, and a countless number of bus lines.

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Chatuchak Market

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5 Great Shops at Chatuchak

5 Great Shops at Chatuchak

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Or Tor Kor Market

Or Tor Kor Market

Ranked the 4th best fresh market in the world by a famous travel guide, Or Tor Kor is so much more than a local market. Read More...

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All Chatuchak Hotels

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5 Great Shops at Chatuchak

5 Great Shops at Chatuchak

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Chatuchak Shopping

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Chatuchak Attractions

The sheer size of Chatuchak is hard to comprehend until faced with it. Home to more than 15,000 shops and stalls, you Read More...

Chatuchak Food

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Chatuchak Map

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Getting Around Chatuchak

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