MRT Chatuchak Park Station
Chatuchak Park Station is situated on Phahon Yothin Road, right in front of Chatuchak Park. It
is also the interchange station with BTS Mo Chit Station, where is always crowded with thousands of local residents rushing to
work or study on weekdays, and foreign travellers visiting Chatuchak Market on weekends.
Explore Chatuchak Park Station
- Chatuchak Weekend Market : Thailand's largest and most popular weekend market
that attracts millions of tourist a year, also known as JJ Market. It comprises of 27 sections with a wide
selection of goods you can ever imagine, for example, plants, amulets, antiques, pets, food & drinks, home
decoration items, clothes, books, handicrafts, furniture, paintings, art collections, and many more. The prices
of goods are average, not too expensive or cheap, mostly reasonable and affordable. Chatuchak Weekend Market is
normally open on Saturday and Sunday from 6.00 AM to 6.00 PM. However, it is also open on weekdays; Wednesday -
Thursday for plants and flowers market and Friday is a wholesale day. Chatuchak Market can be very easily
accessible by a short walking distance from exit 1 of MRT station.
- Metro Mall : Another mall that belongs to Bangkok Metro itself, offering over
20 shops where you can find Asian Products, Home Decoration, local Thai handicrafts, spa & massage, food
& beverage, and many other services. Located on the 2nd floor of the station, open daily from 9.00 AM to
- Mansion Sarasinee at Chatuchak : A budget hotel offering 189 well-appointed rooms fully
equipped with essential amenities and complimentary services. Located on Pradipat Road, can be accessed by a
short taxi or Tuk Tuk ride from MRT exit 4.
- Room 253 : A hip restaurant serving yummy Thai-Italian fusion food. The
recommended menus are Fried Pork with Basil Leaves on Rice, Spicy Salmon Salad, Spaghetti with Dried Hot Pepper
and Prawn, Deep-Fried Chicken Wings, Waffle with Banana, Cheese Bread with Ham, and Mango with Sticky Rice.
Room 253 is located at the Section 3 of Chatuchak Weekend Market, open only on weekends from 9.30 AM to 7.30
- Jad Jan : A renowned restaurant serving a wide selection of Isaan menus at
reasonable price such as a wide range of Som Tum (Spicy Papaya Salad), Grilled Pork Shoulder, Deep-Fried Pork
Sausage, Deep-Fried Chicken, Spicy Pork Soup, and many more. Jad Jan is situated at the Section 4 (Soi 2 and
Gate No. 3) of Chatuchak Market, open only on weekend at 10.30 AM - 7.00 PM.
- Din Pao Naem Nueng : A famous restaurant serving Isaan and Vietnamese food at
the very affordable price. The recommended menus are Som Tum, Deep-Fried Chicken with Sesame, Grilled Pork with
Rice Vermicelli, Ayam Golek (Spiced Chicken with Coconut Milk), and Vietnamese Steamed Tapioca Dumplings. This
restaurant is located at Section 4 (Soi 1) of Chatuchak Market, open only on weekend from early morning until
- Chatuchak Park : A famous public park we you can escape from the busy city
lifestyle and relax in the green atmosphere. It is also a heaven for those health conscious people who always
come to jog or walk and appreciate the beauty of nature along the shady tracks around the park. Inside the
parks, there are interesting zones such as Train Museum exhibiting history of Thai Railway System - open on
weekends at 7.00 AM - 4.00 PM, and Youth Traffic Garden, where provides cycling tracks with traffic signs that
allow children to learn about traffic regulations. Some other recreation activities are also available at
Chatuchak Park as well, for example, cycling around the park, fish feeding on the bridge, boat rowing in the
pond, working out at fitness stations, etc. Chatuchak Park is open daily from 4.30 AM to 9.00 PM, can be
reached by a few steps away from MRT exit 2.
- Queen Sirikit Park : Another public park in the area opened in 1992 to
celebrate the 60th birthday of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit. The park is huge collection of rare and precious
species of plants, collected and exhibited in a form of separated gardens, for example, Botanical Garden, Lotus
and Water-lilies Yard, Yan Da Oh Garden, Fern Vine Garden, and Auspicious Trees Garden. The park is also
featured with Children's Discovery Museum offering interesting exhibitions and recreation activities through
the learning process. Queen Sirikit Park is located next to Chatuchak Park, about 800 meters away from subway
station exit 2, open daily from 5.00 AM to 7.00 PM.