Phra Khanong Market

The Phra Khanong Market is very popular in Thailand with an excellent location near to the BTS Phra Khanong Station located in central Bangkok. It is always best to visit the market in the evening as the area is crowded, you would have to come by car to take you to it. But more importantly the Phra Khanong Market offers a delicious variety to choose from and many of them. Find something to eat, and it’s easy.

Phra Khanong Market

Best to avoid on rainy days as it get very humid with everyone cooking in the area. You can find everything from fresh fruit and vegetables as well as clothing, toys and gadgets at the market. If you have ever been to Khlong Lot Market then this market is much the same in format. It is not as well organised as On Nut Square Market or the On Nut Food Market which has a much better setup. None the less it still makes for a good visit. Likewise there is also the Or Tor Kor Market.

See also  Lalai Sap Market

Undoubtedly, this market stands out with its budget-friendly prices and a diverse array of locally sourced products. Fresh meat, fruits, and vegetables are readily available at reasonable rates. Navigating the market might prove slightly challenging on rainy days, especially if you’re not equipped with suitable footwear such as flip flops.

What sets this market apart is its economic offerings of fresh vegetables, livestock, and a wide range of fruits. Additionally, you’ll find several Myanmar shops and eateries, ideal for procuring Burmese dry kitchen items. In terms of shopping experience, it’s notably cleaner and less crowded than Klong Toei market. The affordability factor is undeniable, with prices significantly lower than those in supermarkets, accompanied by a diverse selection of local produce. Lastly the market is also close to the Jasmine Resort as well. The On Nut BTS is much further away though.

See also  Pratunam Market

Phra Khanong Market Map

Farmers Market and Market
Soi Suk U-Thit, Vadhana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
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