Bangkok is one of the foods and cuisine epicentres in SE-Asia with easy access to cuisine styles from the four corners of the globe. If you are a fan of local and homemade produce, the Bangkok Farmer’s Market (BKKFM) will be taking place at Hub77 from 7 March to 8 March 2020. The Bangkok Farmer’s market is a firm favourite in Bangkok shopping scene. It is a great place to find some of those individual items that you might not be able to find on a standard Thai market or at Big-C and Tesco Lotus.

 

 

Bangkok Farmer’s Market in March 2020

The Bangkok Farmer’s Market routinely showcases their goods at many different venues across the city throughout the month. The market is making a name for itself for the wide selection of free-range and homemade organic produce it has for sale. The market sells some exciting and unique items such as artisan bread, organic and locally grown fruit and veg, natural home and body care products, naturally made clothing items and much more. There are some fantastic local arts and crafts for sale, and handmade jewellery that comes from local artisans.

 

Bangkok Famer's market at Hub77 - Thailand Event Guide

There will be many workshops at the event. Thailand Event Guide

 

Workshops and Activities

The Bangkok Farmer’s Market is more than just local food produce. There will be many workshops at the event if you want to try out a bit of art and crafts. There are kid’s activities happening at the event, live music options and much more. The market gives you the perfect opportunity to come along and support local producers. It’s important to support local organic food producers and other local companies that offer top-quality products that are also healthy and beneficial to a healthy lifestyle.

 

Bangkok Famer's market at Hub77 - Thailand Event Guide

A load of homemade food products that provide quality and affordability. Thailand Event Guide

 

Family-Friendly Bangkok Farmer’s Market

The Bangkok Farmer’s Market is the perfect place for those who are looking for quality products. The market will be taking place at Hub77. It is on Sukhumvit Soi 77 at Onut and is a community retail hall and complex with lots of shops and restaurants. The market will take place over two days and will offer something a little bit different from Hub77’s usual options. If you want to buy a load of homemade food products that provide quality and affordability, the Bangkok Farmer’s Market at Hub77 will be unique and fascinating, offering something completely different.

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