Weekend Tour To Chatuchak Market

Aprox 4 Hours

Private Weekend Tour To Chatuchak Market

What’s Bangkok without a shopping spree where you spend your heart out? Chatuchak market, the largest weekend flea market in the world, is for anyone and everyone looking to indulge in some of the rarest collectibles and beautiful handicraft work from local vendors themselves. Spread over 35 acres of land, it has more than 8000 stalls and attracts almost 2,00,000 visitors. With no limit whatsoever, there are 27 sections of items that can be located via alleys in order to make your shopping experience more convenient. The clock tower constructed almost 30 years ago is a remarkable landmark that


Full-day Bangkok private shore excursion to Chatuchak Market

Browse among 15,000 stalls throughout the weekend market near Jatujak Plaza and J.J. Mall

Explore Thailand’s biggest market on a private shopping tour with your guide


Private Round Trip transfer in private air-conditioned vehicle

Entry to the Chatuchak Market


English speaking guide

Personal Expenditure



You need to pay an extra amount for English speaking guide USD 40 per guide

Operates on Saturday and Sunday 9:00-18:00hrs (Whole Market open)

Tour Description

Chatuchak Market is the largest weekend flea market located in Bangkok. Established back in 1942, history has only seen it prosper and grow for tourists and customers that come to visit the market from all across the globe. Spanning over 35 acres of land, the market has more than 8000 stalls and witnesses up to 200000 visitors on a typical weekend. A weekend trip to the city definitely demands for a exciting day through the alleys of Chatuchak as you experience some delightful shopping dilemmas.

For convenience purposes, the market has been divided into 27 sections with every section holding multiple variety of goods. There are a number of alleys that can be identified in terms of Soi. To make things easier, be sure to pick up your copy of the Chatuchak Market map that will make navigation easier and your experience a hundred times better.

If you have a list of things you’ve wanted to buy, but haven't really gotten around to for several reasons, Chatuchak might just be your utopia. The place sells a number of things that can roughly be divided into a few broad categories: Clothing & Accessories, Art, Books, Handicrafts, Gardening equipment and plants, Home decor, Antiques & Collectibles, Food & Beverages being some of them. Even if you’re not in the mood to purchase, you can browse through carefully curated artwork, books that make you sniff them in delight, antiques that steal your breath away, and handicraft work that restores your faith in human blood and sweat. The vendors are mostly locals hailing from nearby factories and are an interesting bunch of people to strike a conversation with if you're interested in the history of the place or any other topic that interests you! Some are even nice enough to share the history of antiques they are selling. A joyride for a history-lover indeed!

One of the remarkable features of Chatuchak market is the clock tower. It is an iconic landmark that leaves a distinct memory in the minds of all the visitors. It was constructed back in 1987 on the occasion of the birthday of King Bhumibol Adulyadej. A joint effort by the Chatuchak market association and the Chinese Merchant Association.

What wraps a pleasant day spent nurturing the inner explorer in you at Chatuchak is the wide variety of food stalls that comprise a sizeable amount of space in the market. Food is an essential and nobody is denying that! There are numerous options for all the visitors looking for some food therapy at any time during the day!


Operates on Saturday and Sunday 9:00-18:00hrs (Whole Market open)

Pick from hotel in a private air-conditioned vehicle.

Visit Chatuchak Weekend Market (Shopping)

Drop back to hotel

Extras Upgrades

  • English speaking guide from $64.00



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Starts from $ 40.00


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