Ratchada Rot Fai Night Market got its name because the market was built on a strip of land that the market managers rented from the Thai Railroad authority and named it Train Market. Later, because transportation and land acquisition became inconvenient, the market was moved to Ratchadaphisek Street in Bangkok and is located behind Esplanade Cineplex. Because of the name of the street it is on, the market is also sometimes known as “Ratchada Train Night Market”. Its endless array of food stalls is open every day of the week, but is most popular Thursdays through Sundays. Overhead views of the vibrant night market stalls are an impressive sight, making photographers flock to capture the colorful tops of the stalls and abundant variety of goods the local vendors sell.
The night market is super big and super busy. It will open after about 5 p.m. and there are many stalls to eat. There are many more things to sell! There are many bars nearby, so you can make an appointment with your intimate friends for a drink and a stroll.
Take MRT to Thailand Culture Center and get off to La Chada Railway Night Market. You will pass through a shopping mall in the middle. If you want to take a panoramic view of the night market, you need to take the elevator to the 4th floor in the shopping mall, and then walk to the fence of the parking lot.
It's much better than the one on Kaoshan Road. It's crowded and hot, but many snacks satisfy the taste buds. They don't cost much. I think it's cheaper than the supermarket. Although it's called "train night market", there's no train here.
From Sukunyi Station to the Thai Cultural Center Station, exit 3 is Esplanade Shopping Mall, and through this shopping mall is La Chada Railway Night Market. Durian self-help was finally found in the deepest part of the market.
From the top-down shot of the net red angle is particularly beautiful. Night markets are good and inexpensive. They have everything to eat, wear and use. If you spend the night in Bangkok, you can't miss them here. Location: Exit 3 of MTR Thai Cultural Center Station will never go wrong if you follow the crowd.
Basically in every city in Thailand, you can find a night market with local characteristics. Lachada Railway Night Market, Chatucha Weekend Night Market, Wharf Night Market, Kaoshan Road Night Market... As you like, you can find a bunch of night markets from the strategy.
Purely for punching in, the night market is crowded, the experience is not very good, catering and shopping are divided into several districts, but things are much the same, maybe it is better to look down from the mall next to the night market, other sincere general.
The second time I hit the Karachada Night Market, this time the volcanic spareribs with the red card net were excluded from the place where the Chinese bees and pupae came, because it was like having a supper at the door, and there was no feeling of exoticism at all.
If you take the BTS to the train night market, remember to buy a one-way ticket in advance (if there are not many ticket vendors), we walk around 9:30 at 7 o'clock, queuing back and forth for more than 10 minutes, a huge number of people! It's worth coming.
It is not recommended that in the past, the food and products sold are similar and the price is relatively more expensive. Almost all Chinese people come to play, especially crowded and stuffy. If you want to visit the market, you should go to JJ Market.