by Jason Oliver Nixon
by Sarah Elbert
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Go here for a piece of Bangkok’s infamous silk trade.
Chatuchak Weekend Market
A matrix of madness with more than 10,000 vendors.
It's Happened to Be a Closet
Treasure chest of vintage dresses, shoes and accessories.
Men's ties and women's accessories made in exquisite silk.
Khao San Road
Bangkok's central thoroughfare for budget travelers.
A wealth of antiques and decorative Asian arts.
Four floors of antiques, jewelry and artwork.
Bangkok's fixation with megamalls reaches a whole new level.
Jewelry sold at two high-end boutiques in the city.
Tha Prachan Amulet Market
City's largest market selling amulets, talismans and charms.
FEATURED // Take in a Temple (or Two)
FEATURED // Sky Bar
FEATURED // Opposite Mess Hall
FEATURED // Almeta
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