Saphan Phut Night Bazaar


This night market has bucketloads of cheap clothes, late-night snacking and a lot of people-watching. As Chatuchak Weekend Market becomes more design-orientated, Saphan Phut has begun filling the closets of fashion-forward, baht-challenged teenagers.

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