NightMarket in Bangkok – Asiatique The Riverfront

NightMarket in Bangkok – Asiatique The Riverfront

If you love affordable shopping, Bangkok is your go-to destination. The combination of ritzy shopping centers offering attractive and snazzy international and Asian fashion design and the cool and reasonable stuff is all at your disposal as you pop out on the streets.

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One such shopper’s haven is Asiatique The Riverfront, which combines two of the most popular shopping experiences, a night bazaar, and a mall. You’ll find both reasonable designs and luxury brands here like Chanel and Louis Vuitton. In addition to shopping, it boasts dining, sightseeing, and many other activities under one roof that are definitely worth your time. All the more, it boasts a strong cultural aspect, which distinguishes it from other shopping malls.

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How to get there?
The easiest and fastest route to reach Asiatique will be via a boat. It takes only ten minutes downriver from Saphan Taksin BTS station.

This once-bustling international trade port features over 1500 boutiques and 40 restaurants situated in a huge replica warehouse complex. It opens at 5 pm, so you can spend a great evening here; browse the boutiques, pick up what you love, and eat your favourite cuisine. Enjoy the shows that are performed nightly like Calypso ladyboy cabaret and the classic Thai puppets performance.

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The focus at Asiatique lies heavily on cutting-edge gadgets and fashion wear in the Factory District. While in the Waterfront District, you’ll find an upscale dining selection, with smart Italian, Thai, and seafood restaurants. The Town Square district boasts of bars, outdoor space for events, and independent cafes. Asiatique is split into four categories so you can find what you are looking for without any hassle. Towards the end of your trip, you can visit the Chareonkrung district where you can buy souvenirs, jewellery, and clothing for family and friends back home.

 

 

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