Getting to Chatuchak Market by Bus

Looking for the cheapest way to get to Chatuchak Market? Well, making the journey by bus is your best option with trips costing only 20 Baht. 

 
Or Tor Kor Market named fourth in World's Freshest Markets

Or Tor Kor Market, situated opposite Chatuchak Weekend Market, has been named as the fourth freshest market in the World by CNN.

 
Top Airbnb apartments at Chatuchak Market

With Airbnb's soaring popularity, hotels have become a thing of the past. But what are the best Airbnbs around Chatuchak Weekend Market? 

 
Dusit International reveal new plans to open Chatuchak Market’s first hotel

Thai-hospitality business, Dusit International, have made a recent agreement with Dhanasansombut Development to become management of the upcoming hotel which will be located in the heart of Chatuchak Market.

 
Artbox Thailand relocates to Singapore

Bangkok's edgy pop-up mall Artbox has relocated to Singapore after two years in operation.

 
Sundays at Chatuchak Market

Every Sunday, Chatuchak Market welcomes upwards of 100,000 people. The crowds can be big but we have now created a guide to getting the best out of Sundays at JJ Market.

 
Chatuchak Market Address

For visitors looking for an address for Chatuchak Market, the address is:

 
How was Chatuchak Market created?

For over 70 years, Chatuchak Market has grown into the biggest weekend market in the World from a small market within Bangkok. But how did JJ Market evolve into what it is today?

 
Food at Chatuchak Market

Fancy something to eat? Well, Chatuchak Market has a vast array of cuisines ready for you. The food court can be found towards the back of JJ Market in Section 3 and has a blend of South-East Asian, western and vegetarian options ready for you to take on your journey or to sit down and enjoy. The majority of the food in the food court is very cheap and only costs approximately 300 Baht to fill yourself up. There is also plenty of seating in the area so you can take a break from shopping.

 
Buying Ivory in Thailand

With latest reports suggesting that elephants could be extinct within 12 years, it is now illegal to buy Ivory products in Thailand.

 
Inside Chatuchak: Karakoram

Looking for vintage clothing while on your travels? Why not check out Chatuchak Market's Karakoram for your next purchase! 

 
Respecting Buddha

When in Thailand or any country for that matter, it is important to respect their faiths and beliefs. This short guide will give you all the information you need to respect the Buddhist culture while on holiday in Thailand. 

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