Wang Lang market

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Photo of Wang Lang market, , Bangkok

What we say: 3.5 stars

Rich and hearty massaman curry, outstanding Thai coconut sweets and slow-roasted pork shoulder over rice are a few of the goodies that can be found. Some vendors offer cramped sit-down tables while others sling finger foods for munching on the go. A great vintage/retro clothing market, separately known as Talaat Naew Naew, is also found close to the pier.

Throughout the market, expect crowds of Thai university students and workers from nearby Siriraj Hospital to plug up the footpaths all day long, but especially around noon. If wanting to check out a couple of great wet markets, head further up Phran Nok Rd and look for Bangkok Noi market and Phran Nok market, both on the left after one to two kilometres.

The market stretches west along the footpaths of Phran Nok Rd for at least 300 metres and melts into the narrow alleys behind.

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Phran Nok Rd, Thonburi
How to get there: The market also happens to be easily accessible; a cross-river ferry from Phra Arthit pier (near Khao San Road) can take you here for three baht and virtually all Chao Phraya express boats make a stop at Wang Lang pier.
Last updated: 14th May, 2014


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