Possibly one of the best markets we've ever been to, the Jatujak market is the largest in Thailand and quite possibly in all of Asia. You could easily spend a day or a whole weekend getting lost in the endless warrens of stalls, boutiques and shops, and just about anything you could wish for is on sale here.
From clothes to furniture, antiques to flowers and plants, art, handicrafts, army surplus, lamps and much, much more the market is brim full of shoppers' delights. Even if you're not looking to buy this market has an awful lot more to interest the casual browser than your average - unlike many markets in Asia where one stall begins to look very much like the next, the Jatujak market is full of unique designer boutiques, one-off stalls and one of a kind pieces.
For those who are tiring of shopping there is a great range of food and drink available from the many food stalls around the site - ranging from plastic chairs or takeaway trays to proper sit-down cafes and bars playing funky music. There's also plenty of toilets and if its all too much for you there is also a great rest area where you can sit comfortably and enjoy a very reasonable foot massage.
Prices are reasonable but you may wish to bargain - and some of the more generic items of clothing may be found cheaper outside the city, but this is par for the course when shopping in big cities; of course there is also a chance that if you find something special here you may not see it again elsewhere.
Take the Skytrain north to Mo Chit Station or the MRT to Chatuchak Park and walk across the park to the market.
Open Saturday + Sunday, plus wholesale trade on Fridays