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Posted 22 April 2018 - 07:18 PM

From Khaosod English






BANGKOK — Vintage-hunters have reason to rejoice with the recent opening of The Camp Vintage Flea Market.


Situated just off the famous Chatuchak flea market, The Camp is like a double-shot espresso – a small but highly intense experience for lovers of vintage clothing and furniture.


What sets The Camp, which is operated by the folks behind the train markets of Sri Nakarin and Ratchadaphisek roads, is its commitment to keeping things on-theme, without being overrun by the cheap clothes and accessories that eventually creep into all markets.


The Camp’s management will have to curate and approve each permanent shop in term of its products and decoration plans.


The result is something unseen in Bangkok: Dozens of well-selected shops catering to lovers of all things vintage and vintage-inspired.


“People are crazy here. Crazy about furniture, vintage clothes, designs. It’s really fun, not just for business but lifestyle,” said Ken Nakamura, a Japanese shop owner in the “Vintage Room” at the newly opened market.


The Camp is open 11am to 10pm Tuesday to Thursday, and 11am to midnight Friday to Sunday. It’s closed Mondays. Get there by walking is located a minute walk west of exit No. 1 at MRT Kamphaeng Phet.


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