Attention Malaysian foodies and flea market fans, looks like you’ve got an awesome event to add to your calendars!
Artbox is one of Thailand’s biggest and most popular flea markets out there. People all over Asia flock to Bangkok just to check out all the cool stuff this flea market has to offer.
The cool thing about this flea market is that it utilises huge containers as makeshift stalls that sell a wide variety of unique locally-made food, clothes, and art, just to name a few.
So, always wanted to check it out but can’t be bothered to travel to Bangkok? Well, consider that problem solved, because Malaysians can get to experience this awesome flea market in their very own backyard next year! We definitely think the food’s worth checking out, because just look at what they have to offer!
Ugh, we’re really hungry now!
According to Artbox Thailand’s announcement on their official Facebook page, the flea market will be touring Asia in 2018. Their stops include Taiwan, Singapore, Brunei, and Malaysia.
Although not much details have been released yet, you can expect this flea market to be on Malaysian shores in February 2018.
Alright, now we can’t wait for them to come over to Malaysia next year!
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