The unique thief market, attracting tourists in Bangkok

As one of the unique tourist destinations when visiting the land of golden temples, Woeng Nakhon Kasem in Bangkok is better known as the thief market.

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Woeng Nakhon Kasem
Appearing during the reign of King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) in the late 19th century, Woeng Nakhon Kasem was considered the first commercial center in Bangkok. For more than 100 years, the market quickly developed and became a large trading market. Currently, located in the busy Chinese street in Samphanthawong district, Bangkok, the market is becoming more and more famous. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.
Woeng Nakhon Kasem
Woeng Nakhon Kasem is better known as the thief market because it is a market that consumes a range of unknown items. Besides, this area also sells different items, originating from many countries such as USA, Thailand, China ... Photo: Bangkok-best.
Woeng Nakhon Kasem
People come here for the purpose of buying cheap goods. Tourists can easily find all kinds of goods ranging from electronics, household appliances to clothes, shoes and medicines, herbs. However, you should carefully research, check information and product quality before deciding to buy. Photo: World Nest.
Woeng Nakhon Kasem
If you do not feel uncomfortable with the smelly shoes, the old TV remote ... Woeng Nakhon Kasem is the place to visit. Large market, diverse and affordable items help the market attract many people to visit and shop, especially tourists. Besides, you may even unknowingly discover special value hidden under that cheap item. Photo: Weibo.
Woeng Nakhon Kasem
Despite the cheap price, sellers still challenge tourists to earn more profits. Many gullible travelers thought they had a good deal but were deceived into buying poor quality products for money in the sky. Therefore, when deciding to buy things here, you learn to bargain to get the most reasonable price. Photo: Bangkok.
Woeng Nakhon Kasem
Over the years, the Thai government has implemented a plan to ensure goods of legal origin are sold in the market. However, the $ 32 Rolex watch or the effectiveness of the 100-year-old Buddha amulet you've just bought has no grounds for authenticity. Walking around the thieves' market, you will notice that all goods are undocumented but still sold publicly. Photo: Nari.
Woeng Nakhon Kasem
The market is usually held on 2 days of weekends which are Saturday and Sunday. However, on other days, visitors can still see the market operating with less quantity of goods, not diverse. Many tourists mistake Woeng Nakhon Kasem as a night market. However, the market is usually open from 10-18h. Photo: Bangkok.

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