People heading to Bangkok could be planning to attend the city’s famous flea market next month.

Travellers taking flights to Bangkokin the coming days could decide to see if they can pick up a bargain during their stay by attending the city’s famous Flea Market.

The famous Clutter Sale for Charity is held in the city each year in order to raise funds for cancer research organisations and this year will be taking place on February 4th.

Now in its sixth year, the event will be taking place in the Grand Ballroom of the Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok on Rajdamri Road.

A range of goods donated by VIPs, Thai celebrities and members of the ex-pat community will be on sale across 70 stalls.

This year, the Chulalongkorn Hospital’s Hematological Cancer Research Centre will benefit from the money raised.

People taking flights to Bangkok next month could also be able to catch sight of the Dreamliner aircraft as it makes a visit to the city as part of a global tour.

Written by Ruth Norris

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