bangkok tales episode four: chatuchak weekend market

entering the chatuchak weekend market is like entering a maze of goodness. the market has layers of lines of shops that  go around a tower.  once you enter the market and see something you want to buy, it is suggested that you buy it and not say you’ll get back to it because chances are, you will forget where the shop was or you won’t have time to go back once you’ve finished scouring the whole market. with that advice in mind, the 10 of us went off in pairs so we won’t have to wait for each other and scattered all over the market. we decided to meet at one spot, which at one point or another i thought it was impossible to go back. good thing my dad found a good landmark to guide our direction. 
the market sells clothes, shoes, accessories, bags, lots of cool shirts, make-up, gift materials, fabric, food, housewares, native raw materials, cellphone and mp3 player accessories and even pet supplies (even pets — i saw a really cute beagle puppy!). i was just completely overwhelmed in chatuchak and my wallet got overwhelmed too. i left 1500 Baht lesser and my feet hurt like hell — as if my heels were about to explode. oh i wish i can go back.
printed cotton dress – thrifted
beige shorts underneath my dress – thrifted
blue espadrilles – carcar find
green wide-brimmed hat – khaosan road find
black bag – nine west

by the way, twisted halo is giving away a pair of camera necklaces that are just so adorable!
the giveaway is open to Philippine readers only though but nevertheless, check out her blog here.


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18 thoughts on “bangkok tales episode four: chatuchak weekend market

  1. G!your mom is beautiful!liwat jud mo sa iya.;)
    I prefer to go shopping in that kind of market kesa sa mall.haha.mas lingaw.love the dress on you and your lil sister's pic is so cute!you bought a lot jud.klaro kau sa bitbit oh.haha.godbless,Gizelle!

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  2. YES TO THE UKAY DATE! Haha Not this weekend though kay I have plans. But YES. 🙂

    Anyway, I have been drooling over the pretty things you saw on your BKK trip. Was this a group tour you guys took?

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  3. i love love the rings…its official, i have to go to bangkok sometime next year for one major shopping spree. And it's always heartwarming to see such photos of a lovely family…
    however, i dunno what these bunch of pretty korean nail polish are doing in a bangkok market…though i've never heard of the brand “go-ya-ngi” or cat in English.

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