Asiatique The Riverfront is one of the most unique and popular night markets in Bangkok. It gives you an experience of shopping in a mall and a night bazaar, both on the same premises.  

With more than a thousand boutique stalls, 40 swanky restaurants, loads of street-food joints, entertainment avenues and gorgeous riverside views, evenings here fly by like a breeze.

How To Get To Asiatique

There are two ways to get to Asiatique – by road or by boat. You can take a car or a taxi directly. You can also take the Red bus number 15 from Siam Centre. The bus is free and stops right in front of Asiatique.


Travelling by road is not the most preferred way though, as the insane traffic can leave you stranded for a long time.

The better way to get to Asiatique is by boat. You can take the BTS Skytrain to Saphan Taksin station. From there, it’s a short walk to Sathorn Pier. You just need to follow the crowds. From the pier, Asiatique operates free shuttle services that run between 4pm and 11pm, and leave every 15 minutes. A pleasant 15-minute cruise along the Chao Phraya River takes you to Asiatique Riverfront.

Opening hours: 4pm to midnight (Boats run from 4pm to 11.30pm)