This Soi 38 Night Market is another well known open market that comes out at night. Many people prefer to go to the Soi 38 Night Market after eight in the evening as everything is lit up and it is normally full. The night market is mainly food and very low priced. The market is very busy and it is very popular with the local Thai’s.
Soi 38 Night Market
The market is right at the BTS Thong Lo Station. You will find many expats and tourists in the area at night. If you are in the Thong Lo area then this is a market you don’t want to miss if you want a variety of food. Note the location of the market as the road becomes the market at night. The market is close to the BTS Thong Lo Station. There are a number of good hotels in the area. There is the Adelphi Grande Hotel and also the Nantra Sukhumvit 39 Hotel and Adelphi Suites Hotel in Bangkok.
Indulge in the must-try roasted shrimp and mango sticky rice. During my visit, I had the pleasure of savoring the incredible flavors of Tom Yum and spicy Seafood noodles, both expertly prepared by a charming old lady.
What were once mere roadside stalls have now found a new home within an al fresco cum indoor area. We opted for a variety of dishes from the indoor stall located second on the right. The grilled pork neck proved to be a delectable and utterly addictive delight. Additionally, the combination of garlic pork with fried egg and rice offered a simple yet remarkably delicious combination. The stir-fried morning glory was seasoned to perfection and cooked with precision.
Note this place offers an authentic taste of Thai cuisine on an authentic Bangkok food street. Likewise for a memorable culinary experience. So don’t miss the opportunity to explore the offerings of the third stall on the left-hand side. Where I was treated to the exceptional Tom Yum and spicy Seafood noodles prepared by the talented hands of a delightful elderly lady.