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Shop – eat – repeat

February 16, 2015
Bangkok market tips

The ever bustling capital of Thailand has turned into a second home for me, but the city is developing and changing so fast, so there’s always something new to discover (as can be seen here too). The Chatuchak Weekend Market has been an attraction for years, but nearby JJ Green Night Market has become very popular recently with its cool bars and vintage shops (hipster alarm!). Generally, Bangkok feels like a giant market in itself – there’s food and all kinds of useful and useless things to buy everywhere at any time. There’s so much to eat, see and do that it never bores me. The exploring never ends!

Food courts are such exciting places. This one at Chatuchak is no exception!

Food hall of Chatuchak MarketClothes, clothes, clothes at Chatuchak Weekend market!

Browsing through Chatuchak MarketVintage and lots of creative stuff is going on at JJ Green…

A vintage store at JJ GreenInventive bars at JJ GreenBangkok JJ GreenThai people love their amulets and can spend hours looking at them!

Of course a Bangkok post would’t be complete without any food porn 🙂 Thinking back of the juicy duck and boiling hot pot goodness at MK, mmm..

BKK7BKK8A popular Thai dessert comes with lots of ice, water chestnuts and coconut milk – super refreshing for hot days!

BKK10Wan Tan Noodle Soup – my first and last meal in Bangkok ❤️‍

BKK9Delicious food and lovely company at the Japanese Izakaya Nagiya!

Japanese dinner with some mates

9 Comments

  • Reply momstaxi1111 March 6, 2015 at 3:24 pm

    Great photos. They are so diverse and really show everything. I am traveling in Thailand now and also liked your post about the beach. Looking forward to it. Nice to see you have traveled to so many places.

    • Reply Sileas March 6, 2015 at 4:45 pm

      Thank you! I hope you’re enjoying Thailand, it’s one of my favourite places to travel around! I’m looking forward to see more of your adventures 🙂

  • Reply Françoise La Prune March 10, 2015 at 12:18 pm

    Food markets are a must when travelling. It’s just so exciting! Plus in countries like Thailand you can discover so many new fruits etc. Hope you had a great time there! 🙂

    • Reply Sileas March 10, 2015 at 12:29 pm

      Yes it was awesome! I agree, browsing through markets is so much fun! I miss all those tropical fruits already…

  • Reply steffimatt July 15, 2015 at 9:41 am

    Hallo liebe Sileas 😀

    Ich bin gerade auf deinen Blog und per Zufall auf diesen Beitrag gestossen. Morgen gehts für mich auch ab nach Bangkok. Jetzt freu ich mich gleich noch ein bisschen mehr 😉
    Toller Beitrag!

    Liebe Grüsse
    steffi

    • Reply sileas July 15, 2015 at 9:56 am

      Vielen Dank! Ich wünsche dir ganz viel Spaß in dieser aufregenden Stadt und würde mich freuen einen Beitrag darüber zu lesen 😉

  • Reply Mitzie Mee November 11, 2015 at 10:18 pm

    I usually to go to Chatuchak, but that night market sounds really nice! What I like the most about markets in Bangkok is all the food stalls serving yummy, inexpensive food:)

    • Reply sileas November 12, 2015 at 9:23 pm

      Love them too, I usually get overexcited and don’t know what to choose from all that food 😀

  • Reply 2015 – A travel year in review | sweet/escapes January 3, 2016 at 7:02 pm

    […] and there’s good, old Bangkok. I can’t help myself, but this city stole my heart. I think nowhere else the mix of markets, […]

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