Here is where most tourists get lost in Thailand: The Chatuchak Market in Bangkok.
Every weekend, there are eight thousand pavilions installed on an area of 1.13 km2 and more than 200 thousand visitors walk among the stalls. If you love flea markets, and you’re tired of the usual souvenirs and want to pack something special and and never before seen, items, well, get yourself ready with comfortable shoes and equip yourself with an empty backpack. The tour and the experience in the Chatuchak Market will be epic!
Sometimes, it is very easy to lose sense of direction and gather to walk the same route over and over. For this reason, you should be able to find a pocket map that will help you around the endless stalls. Also, there is a system that allows you to navigate the market which is useful, especially for first timers.
In the Chatuchak Market, each section contains all kinds of goods that can be found in different sections.