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Train Night Market DanNeramit / Jodd Fairs DanNeramit in Bangkok

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Bangkok has never been short on markets, from the wonderful waterside setting of Asiatique night market to the world famous Chatuchak Market.

If you are a fan of Bangkok at night and Bangkok street food, it is time to take a trip to Train Night Market DanNeramit / Jodd Fairs Danneramit, Bangkok’s newest night market that opened in April 2023.

Train Night Market / Jodd Fairs DanNeramit Night Market in Bangkok castle

As well as dozens of fashion and street food stalls, restaurants and bars, what sets Train Night Market Danneramit apart from other Bangkok night markets is the site’s theming and range of food and products.

When you first enter, you are greeted by a Disney-esque fairytale castle (which you can now climb to the top off and look out over the market itself) – you’ll also see vintage American stalls and muscle cars.

There is a boating lake and lakeside plaza too with outdoor seating where you can enjoy your night-time eats.

Train Night Market /Jodd Fairs DanNeramit Night Market in Bangkok castle

Better yet, Train Night Market DanNeramit is a brilliant Bangkok night market that is easily accessible by public transport just a five minute walk from a BTS or MRT station.

From fairytale theming to beer buffets, cheap street eats to selfie spots galore, here is our 2024 guide as to Bangkok’s newest night market, Train Night Market DanNeramit.

May 2024 update – we revisited Train Night Market DanNeramit in May 2024, having first visited in summer 2023 when it was called Jodd Fairs DanNeramit. On our most recent visit, a lot of the rear food stalls have closed and the opening hours have been reduced to four nights a week – Thursday through Sunday. The article below has been updated accordingly.

Train Night Market /Jodd Fairs DanNeramit Night Market in Bangkok
Train Night Market / Jodd Fairs DanNeramit Night Market in Bangkok

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How to get to Train Night Market Danneramit by public transport

Train Night Market Danneramit / Jodd Fairs Danneramit is located in the Chatuchak district of Bangkok along Phahonyothin Road (also referred to as Ratchada).

To get to the market by public transport from central Bangkok, take the BTS (Bangkok Transit system) Sukhumvit line and alight at Ha Yaek Lat Phrao station.

The one way BTS fare to the market from the Sukhumvit / Nana area is 43 Thai baht as at May 2024.

BTS train Bangkok Asok station

Once at Ha Yaek Lat Phrao BTS station, take exit 4 and walk down the stairs, along the right hand side of the road towards the intersection, past a huge Lotus supermarket –Train Night Market Danneramit is on the right.

The night market is very easy to spot given the huge Disney-esque castle we mentioned earlier and the turrets that stick out above the trees (talk about a novel signpost)!

Alternatively, you can get to Train Night Market / Jodd Fairs Danneramit via the MRT Blue Line to Phahon Yothin station.


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Train Night Market Danneramit opening hours – updated for 2024

The new Train Night Market Danneramit night market in Bangkok used to be open seven days a week from 4pm to midnight.

However, on our last visit (May 2024), the Train Night Market Danneramit opening hours now appear to be reduced to Thursday to Sunday, from 5pm to midnight.

Please note individual Train Night Market in Bangkok stall opening hours may vary.

Jodd Fairs DanNeramit Night Market in Bangkok Japanese restaurant

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Two Jodd Fairs Night Markets

Update – please be aware that in 2024, this night market changed its name from Jodd Fairs Danneramit to Train Night Market Dannermit – but many websites and publications still have the old name so we are leaving the section below as it might be useful to help distinguish between the two Jodd Fairs.

Be aware there are currently two Jodd Fairs night markets in Bangkok so don’t accidentally go to the wrong one – there is this new Jodd Fairs Danneramit plus the old / original Jodd Fairs Rama 9 / IX.

Train Night Market Bangkok
Jodd Fairs Rama 9 / IX

Jodd Fairs Danneramit is the second site and newest Jodd Fairs night market in Bangkok.

The first Jodd Fairs Rama 9 night market opened in late November 2022 but will soon close – it is still one of the best night markets in Bangkok so also try and visit the original Jodd Fairs if you have time.

The new Jodd Fairs is also sometimes referred to as Jodd Fairs Ratchada.

skewer stall at Train Night Market Bangkok
Jodd Fairs Rama 9 / IX

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Welcome to Train Night Market Danneramit in Bangkok

A little way out of the city, Train Night Market Danneramit is located along Phahonyothin Road and is the newest addition to one of Bangkok’s fastest growing suburbs.

When you first arrive at Ha Yaek Lat Phrao BTS station, you’ll notice all the new high rise apartment buildings here with many still being built – there are also lots of new Bangkok shopping malls in this area.

Train Night Market Bangkok

Train Night Market Danneramit / Jodd Fairs Danneramit is located on the site of an old Bangkok theme park called ‘Magic Land’ (known as Dan Neramit). It was Thailand’s first theme park which opened in the 1970s and closed at the start of the century.

It was famed for its Magic Land Castle (very Disney) which still lives on today at Jodd Fairs Danneramit (to be honest, we did wonder why they had a huge castle on site but now we know!)

Train Night Market / Jodd Fairs DanNeramit Night Market in Bangkok

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Night market theming

What sets this night market apart from other Bangkok night markets (including the original Jodd Fairs Rama XI) is the setting and theming.

As mentioned, there is a huge fairytale castle at the entrance when you first arrive.

On our 2024 visit, you can now actually go into the Train Night Market Danneramit Castle – it is free to enter and you can go up two flights off stairs and explore the castle balconies and terraces.

It felt like a member of the Royal Family (ish) – it also provides a nice aerial view of the night market – plus you can see a ‘field of flamingos’ (more on this later).

Train Night Market Danneramit Castle
Train Night Market Danneramit Castle

The area directly in front of the castle proves to be a popular picnic spot for eating street food from the stalls.

The whole Jodd Fairs Danneramit Bangkok site has a vintage / retro feel, like an old midwestern town in America. There are old American cars and cadillacs dotted all around the site plus water towers and vintage memorabilia like old gas station tanks.

Jodd Fairs DanNeramit Night Market in Bangkok vintage car

At the rear of the market there is a cute artificial lake (possibly left over from the old Magic Land theme park days) where you can enjoy your street food on the jetty or pull up a bale of hay and enjoy your street food alfresco.

Train Night Market Bangkok

As well as smaller pop-up / kiosk type stalls, there are a couple of rows of more permanent bars and restaurants, bedecked with retro memorabilia, neon signs and American theming – it really looks the part!

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How many stalls are there?

On our first visit in summer 2023, there were approximately 150 stalls, bars and restaurants at the former Jodd Fairs Danneramit.

Since it has changed its name to Train Night Market Danneramit, it looks to have decreased in size by a third with many of the smaller stalls empty / boarded up.

Train Night Market / Jodd Fairs DanNeramit Night Market in Bangkok clothing

Given the size of the site, we only hope Bangkok’s newest night market starts to recover and open new stalls to replace those current vacant ones.

We’d approximate that it is around 50% food and drink places to 50% non-food stalls (clothing, bags, jewellery, phone accessories etc).

Train Night Market / Jodd Fairs DanNeramit Night Market in Bangkok

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Street food stalls & bars

As of summer 2024, there are around 50 different food and drink stalls to choose from (less than in 2023 when it first opened) plus about 10 bars with outdoor seating.

Whilst some places have closed down, some new bars have opened recently including the Pink Flamingo Bar and Bistro. It is impossible to miss as there are dozens of huge plastic flamingos on the lawn outside (near the castle) plus it has bright pink bean-bags on the lawn outside.

Expect to pay around 60 THB for a small bottle of Chang/ Singha or 100 THB for a large bottle – this is what we paid in 2024.

Train Night Market Bangkok Pink flamingo bar
Pink Flamingo Bar and Bistro
Thai singha beer at a bar at Train Night Market bangkok

The street food is quite international in flavour. Alongside Thai food stalls, there are international food stalls including Japanese, Korean, Italian and Indian.

The following street food / restaurant food  was available on our first visit. Please note this is purely an indicator and not an exhaustive list – vendors change all the time.

  • Bozo Pizza and cafe
  • Seafood Factory
  • Porpla Seafood
  • Holy Shrimp
  • Krua Zapp Street (pizza, pasta and lasagna)
  • Kasper mashed potatoes
  • Salmon Bay (sashimi and soy marinated salmon)
  • Flavoured popcorn
  • Fried chicken
  • Okonomiyaki
  • Roti stalls
  • Burgers
  • Spicy clam salad
  • Tomyum
  • Laab
  • Multiple durian stalls
  • Yakitori
  • Waffles
  • Corn Dogs
  • Kimbap
  • Meat skewers
  • Fish balls
  • Pork knuckle
  • Brownies
  • Fruit buffets
  • Tuamae hot pan
  • Squid shots (!)

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Train Night Market / Jodd Fairs DanNeramit Night Market in Bangkok burger
Train Night Market / Jodd Fairs DanNeramit Night Market in Bangkok American Seafood Bucket
Jodd Fairs DanNeramit Night Market in Bangkok okonomiyaki stick

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Drink bars

There are several beer and wine bars with seating areas at Train Night Market Danneramit including:

Bus Soul
A coffee shop and beer buffet bar.

Train Night Market / Jodd Fairs DanNeramit Night Market in Bangkok bussoul bar

Hoi Jaroen (now closed)
A nice beer garden bar right at the main Train Night Market Danneramit entrance (around 80 THB a beer).

Train Night Market / Hoi Jaroen Bangkok

Surf Spin bar
A tiki bar in a van where you can enjoy a cocktail bucket by the lake.

Train Night Market  surf spin bar bangkok

Bongo beer stall at Jodd Fairs (now closed)
Anyone who has been to the original Jodd Fairs Rama IX will surely remember the beer stall that has a huge beer selection plus a funny owner who has bongo drums.

Well, we are pleased to say the original Jodd Fairs bongo man beer stall has transferred to the new Jodd Fairs. Woot!

Other bars and drink stalls include:

  • A frozen Coca-Cola slushie stall (super cool- literally)
  • Dozens of fruit shake and fruit smoothie stalls
  • Thai tea
Jodd Fairs DanNeramit Night Market in Bangkok coca cola coke ice slushie
Train Night Market bangkok smoothie stall

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Fashion and Jewellery Stores

Whilst around half of the Train Night Market Danneramit site is given over to food and drink stalls, there are also several rows of non-food stalls (we’d estimate around 30 to 40).

The non-food stalls at Train Night Market Danneramit sell the following products (again, a selection, not an exhaustive list and some of these may be seasonal).

Train Night Market / Jodd Fairs DanNeramit Night Market in Bangkok wooden watches
  • Bag stalls (including those very popular McDonalds bags and other fast food bags)
  • Jewellery
  • Wooden watches
  • Stickers from 10 THB
  • Phone accessories
  • Dresses and crochet swimming costumes
  • Sneakers and trainers – from 350 THB
  • Several pet shops / dog clothing stores
  • A barber / hairdresser too – a haircut is 300 THB
  • Leather goods
  • Multiple nail art stalls
  • Cartoon socks from 20 THB
  • Personalized passport holders
  • Scented candles
  • Denim stalls
  • Various T-shirt stalls
  • A cartoon caricaturist (caricatures start from 199 THB)

We found the prices reasonable here – for example, we were quoted 800 THB and 900THB respectively by two stall holders at Terminal 21 Asok for the McDonalds backpacks / bags. At the Train Night Market in 2024, we bought them for only 390 THB – less than half the Terminal 21 price.

Train Night Market / Jodd Fairs DanNeramit Night Market in Bangkok mcdonalds bag backpack 7-eleven starbucks KFC Ikea Krispy kreme pocky collon chupa chups
Train Night Market / Jodd Fairs DanNeramit Night Market in Bangkok barbers

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What other things are close to Train Night Market Danneramit?

As well as the Ha Yaek Lat Phrao station, you’ll find a couple of big department stores including

Central Ladphrao
A huge Bangkok shopping mall right next to Ha Yaek Lat Phrao station that has hundreds of shops and international brands (from Levis to Daiso, Marks & Spencers to Muji) plus a colossal food court in the basement.

Lotus Ladphrao
A big supermarket and mini mall complex next door to Jodd Fairs Danneramit. As well as a small outdoor food court out the front, there are several international restaurants and fast food chains inside including KFC and Dairy Queen. Lotus Ladphrao is open daily from 8am to 10pm.

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Train Night Market Danneramit Address (Formerly Jodd Fairs Danneramit)

Train Night Market Danneramit , Ladprao, Phaholyothin Road, Chomphon Subdistrict, Chatuchak District, Bangkok

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Train Night Market Danneramit / Jodd Fairs Danneramit Parking

There is plenty of parking on-site at Jodd Fairs Danneramit Rama XI. At the front just next to the castle, there is a huge parking lot for mopeds.

Towards the rear of the Jodd Fairs Danneramit site behind the lake, you’ll also find car parking and a lot for larger vehicles.


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Other tips for visiting Train Night Market Danneramit / Jodd Fairs Danneramit

Although it is a night market, if you want to get good photographs of the Jodd Fairs Danneramit castle, lake and theming, arrive around 5pm to 6pm for sunset (‘the golden hour’) and before it gets too busy.

To avoid BTS ticket machine queues on the way back into Bangkok after you’ve finished at Jodd Fairs, it is best to buy your ticket back when you arrive. Then you can just sail through the ticket gates on your return without having to queue – you’re welcome!

As Jodd Fairs is an outdoor night market, you might need to cool off afterwards and enjoy some air conditioning. There are lots of malls near to Jodd Fairs Danneramit so head to the Central Mall next to the BTS station or the Lotus Ladphrao mall which is immediately next door.

Take cash with you as not all stalls accept debit cards / plastic. There are lots of banks and ATMs in Central Ladphrao Mall which is linked to Ha Yaek Lat Phrao station, the main BTS station for arriving at Jodd Fairs Danneramit.

Toilets at Jodd Fairs Danneramit can be found to the right of the main entrance as you first enter, approx 50 metres away from the castle.

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