AMULET STREET MARKET IN BANGKOK | Next To Chatuchak Weekend Market (JJ Market)

AMULET STREET MARKET IN BANGKOK | Next To Chatuchak Weekend Market (JJ Market)

AMULET STREET MARKET IN BANGKOK | Next To Chatuchak Weekend Market (JJ Market)

There is an Amulet Street Market in Bangkok, right by Chatuchak Weekend Market.

If you might not be looking to buy an amulet but this amulet street market is quite fascinating. There are literally hundreds of thousands of amulet and pendants at this street market.

Street vendors just set up their makeshift store right by the road, on the footpath. While customers browse and thoroughly inspect their amulet before making a purchase.

This amulet market is quite an interesting place to browse around. And if you are at Chatuchak Weekend Market already. I would suggest for you to come and take a look at this place. You will be amazed.

Depending what door you exit from Chatuchak, it’s probably a 10-15min walk to this street market. If not less.

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