Suan Lum Night Bazar to morph into world tallest budilding?

I think Bangkok will miss the place if it leaves. It’s a nice place for after hours shopping and enjoying some music. It’s done well, and it will be a shame to loose it.

Any tenants who refuse to leave the hugely popular night market next to Lumpini Park could face “seizure, arrest or imprisonment,” said the agency in an advertisement notice printed in several Thai-language newspapers. link

4 responses to “Suan Lum Night Bazar to morph into world tallest budilding?”

  1. I agree it will be a sad loss. I only discovered the Suan Lum night bazaar on my last visit to Thailand, and was thinking how good it would be to come back again. It will be gone before I get the chance.

  2. It’s on land owned by the king, or his surrogate the Crown Property, and why would they evict simple merchants to put up yet another highrise hotel or shopping center? Do they need the money? Suan Lum Night Bazaar (note the spelling) is a great place, good for Thailand, good for tourism, so why would Crown Properties kick them out to build more stuff? Must it always be about the money? Shame on Crown Properties. Money, money, money.

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