You want cheapest seafoods? Lots of cheap buys like phone stuff and clothing? This is the place for you. Though it opens at 5pm, it is worth the trip. Starting from 8pm tour groups starts to come in so better be prepared for a jam packed place. Try their watermelon shake 60baht, prawn set that's around 200baht, the pork and beef sticks!!! there's a bit of exotic snacks like the scorpion thats 100baht a piece. Will definitely come back to this place for sure! o and for the record if you're bringing in kids, there are some adult souvenir stuff, that in the picture is the most discreet one.
La Chada Railway Night Market is Bangkok's second night market built on train tracks. It is very busy. There are many bars here. At night, there are live performances by singers and bands. It attracts a lot of audiences. There are also many snacks here. The price is very cheap and delicious. You can visit them when you have time. It's quite good.
The highlight of this night market must be the delicious food. The delicacies are that every stall basically has to wait for seats. The largest area of the stall is volcanic spareribs. Figure 3 shows that there are too many people in the stall. Having eaten the mango glutinous rice next door and the first bite of it, I just want to shake my head. I can't believe there is such a delicious food in the world! Mango is super sweet, glutinous rice is moderately salty and sweet, and coconut juice is absolutely heavenly.
The night market here overturns my view of the night market. It's so beautiful. The panoramic view can be taken directly on the third floor and the fourth floor of the shopping mall. It's very easy to find people to follow, so you must eat watermelon ice sand. It's really delicious and delicious. When you leave, you buy another one to eat! ______ Don't try seafood. It's not fresh at all. It's just appetite. What surprises me is that so many people don't have any garbage. At least it's much better than the domestic night market.
The key to a place worth visiting is that it is cheap, delicious and plentiful.
There are many things to buy at night, as well as many Thai cuisines. There are many people.
La Chada Train Night Market is too worthwhile to come. Take the subway and follow the map app for a few minutes after leaving the station at Thailand Culture Center. There are many food choices. Besides snack stands, fruit stands and commodity stands, there are also many bars. If you want to take a panoramic view of the train night market, you can go upstairs to the parking lot next to you, and there are often tourists taking pictures on it. La Chada Train Night Market is not available every day. The recent opening time is scheduled from Tuesday to Sunday, that is to say, only Monday. Generally speaking, the stalls start at 5:6 p.m. and close at 1:00 a.m.