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Highly recommended by my girlfriend, the Ta Prachan amulet market is a hive of activity anytime of the day.
We get there by boat, as she knows how to navigate the streets & boat services. Each time I come down to Bangkok, I would stocked...More
This place selling all kind of stuffs such as foods,fruits, amulets, clothes, bakery.hair accessories,baby cloth - kids cloth and many more. But overall you could find those stuff in other market. FYI - Lots of fake amulets in this place
One of the intriguing market scenes in Bangkok is the Ta Prachan amulet market that can be found on Na Phra That Road and nearby alleys near the Wat Mahathat temple.
Here you can find a make-shift market with locals displaying many religious, iconic and...More
Could this be the place to find superstition, corruption, and wild sex? Perhaps, if you are a believer in the power of Buddhist amulets. My wife and I stumbled upon this market while we were walking from the Grand Palace to the Wat Pho on...More
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