To get here, take the train and alight at Mo Chit Station.
Great finds to look out for:
– Street Vendor Food Stall
Eats like mango sticky rice, fresh coconut juice, coconut ice cream, phat thai can be found here done all so awesome
– Traditional handicrafts
They sell ornaments like local found seashells/coconuts and craft them into usable daily needs like fork, spoons, bowls and hair accessories etc.
– Traditional clothings
Thailand has some of the most beautiful batik prints. To buy a real batik cost too much though, you can choose to get printed ones that are cheaper and more readily available.
– Women fashion
Some of these vendors sells real good bargains and its a steal you must check out. I love the stall that sells belt along the road just down from station heading towards the central Chatuchak market. It is managed by a couple and they price the belts one price across all designs. The deal is to buy more and get free ones. I would dare say the quality is way above the price paid!
Nearby them, you can find another stall with customised keychain accessories and fashion accessories which are unique and priced reasonable. Check them out and you might find great gift ideas for both young and old.
– Pet accessories and food
If you still have excess weight and space in your luggage, check out the wonderfully cheap pet food and clothings for your pets. Ask for a discount when you are buying a few items at a go.
– 2nd hand / Pre-loved items
This is a weekend market! You can spot junkies in here for antiques and vintage.
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