If you’re ever near SRT Rangsit Station and have some time, you should definitely check out Rangsit Market. It’s just a short 6-minute walk away. I stumbled upon it while I had a day layover, and it turned out to be a great find. Future Park, a big shopping mall in the area, opens at 10 am, so we decided to explore Rangsit Market while we waited.
It wasn’t a typical tourist spot; it was more like a local hangout. The best part? It was incredibly clean, and the variety of local food options for breakfast was amazing. We tried some delicious porridge. The market is not just for food enthusiasts; you can find fresh local fruits, mango sticky rice, and even Thai herbs here. It’s a place that offers more than you might expect. I loved the atmosphere—it’s not like the fancy malls but has its charm.
Rangsit Market isn’t just about food; it’s a hub for all kinds of things. From fresh produce to clothes and even electronics, you can find almost anything here. What’s interesting is that you might see things here that you won’t find in the West, like unlaid chicken eggs. The market is buzzing with activity, especially in the evenings and weekends.
One cool thing about this market is its proximity to the famous Wooden Bridge in Pathum Thani. It’s a stunning wooden bridge nearby that you should definitely check out if you visit the market. And don’t miss the “10 baht” store near the entrance—it’s a treasure trove of affordable items.
In a nutshell, Rangsit Market is a must-visit if you’re in the area. It’s not just a market; it’s an experience. You can find everything you need, from food and drinks to clothes and unique local products. Plus, you get to meet friendly local people.