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Train Station Night Market in Bangkok

Train Station Night Market in Bangkok

February 2020 · 3 min read · Bangkok

One of the less-visited-by-tourists spots in the city, many of the millions of visitors that come to the capitol of Thailand miss out on an amazing attraction with some tremendous antiques as well as some amazing deals on just about everything from fashion to food.

Even if you don't like the idea of going shopping for more clothes that you probably don't need the idea of being able to try a wide variety of foods both Thai and International might appeal to you. Even if you don't fit into either category, perhaps you are a fan of expensive antiques and collectibles that the owner of this market allows all visitors to look at for free

Americana seems to be the man who is simply known as "Rod" focuses on and wow does he have an impressive collection of vintage motorcycles, scooters, American muscle cars, and even helicopters and airplanes

While getting inside of any of the beauties will almost certainly result in you getting kicked out, all visitors are allowed to get up close and personal with 2 dozen or more vintage cars that I'm assuming actually work seeing as how they all have current license plates on them

As expensive as these collector's items are in the USA, I can't even imagine how much this collection must have cost.

There's not telling if either of these next two ever functioned but I'm gonna go ahead and believe that they have an amazing history and were extremely difficult to acquire. I don't actually have any idea and there is no indication inside the grounds.

The cost of admission is nothing at all and all of the food stalls and restaurants are some of the cheapest in all of Bangkok that I encountered. Most of the places also had happy hours, which made 2 large beers cost less per bottle than you can get them for at a minimart.

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There is a wide variety of Thai snacks and meals but we decided to go to "VaVa" which had ribs, steaks, and pizza. 3 of us had dinner and drinks for around 600 Baht which is less than $20.

There is also a wide variety of live music which is mostly catering to a Thai audience but we went by several that were playing classic rock as well.

Overall, this place has a little bit of something for everyone and since most "maps" websites have not updated the new location it can prove a little difficult to find. The old Train Night Market still exists for now, but most of the antiques and features have already been moved to the new location, which is in the Nong Bon part of Bangkok just north of the Bang Na Expressway.

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