Recently opened, just what Bangkok needs more shopping - but I must be wrong because it is jammed! I was told it has a lot of the vendors that used to be at the old Silom night market - but who knows? On the site of old warehouses it is a mix of cavernous (due to the height of old warehouses) restaurants with odd seating (huge floor space but only a few tables), nicely laid out restaurants sort of facing the river (I noticed upscale french and Italian ones), lots of small kiosks, a few chain stores, lots of smaller a/c restaurants, a large section where "street food" stalls exist, but with no seating and no a/c Prices there were pretty reasonable so if you want to eat cheaply you can, but there are lots of more upmarket (and more costly) choices - fish, Thai, Japanese, English, etc. Later in my outing I noticed a street entertainer with a boom box at painfully loud sound in one area so I went elsewhere. It is open from 5pm-midnight and there is a free shuttle boat from Thaksin pier (just below the Thaksin BTS) and the same one that the shuttle from the Royal Orchid Hotel uses. There is a large parking lot at the market but it was JAMMED when I was there last night, as were all the restaurants facing the river - don't know if it is b/c it's new or just the way it will be. The shuttle boat was massively overloaded (but thank goodness it didn't sink), so has the usual Thai standard of (non) safety but it is a short but pleasant 5 or 10 minute trip. I think the boats go about every 15 minutes.