Mr Mode and I have next to nothing in common except for our love for old things, which we discovered only very recently. I’m glad we share the same old-school taste, which is the theme of our future home! ^_^
Another interesting thing we did besides cooking Thai cuisine at a cooking school was a trip to Talat Rod Fai Night Market, an abandoned Railway Station owned by State Railway Thailand. This retro shopping village is a haven for vintage lovers like us, and a different kind of shopping experience for anyone who is tired of the usual street markets.
There’s a shopping area with shops laid out a little like those of Chatuchak, but brighter and cleaner. I think most people would skip this section altogether and go straight to the bars and more exciting night market area.
Love this cute old-school mama shop turned cafe. Look at the old Milo cans, tingkats and childhood snacks.
I was looking forward to the vintage market so imagine my disappointment when I thought reaching the tents signified the end of the market.
But see the brightly lit building on the far left of the above picture?
That’s the warehouse that contains all the beautiful things of the past.
Guess what is this?