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Thailand is one of the best places in Asia for shopping and visitors will be spoilt for choice with the huge, glitzy shopping malls, department stores, small shops and bustling street markets. Both Bangkok and Chiang Mai have excellent night markets.
        Good buys include Thai silks and cottons, leather goods, batiks, silver and gold, pottery with celandine green glaze, precious and semiprecious stones (in particular rubies and sapphires are indigenous to Thailand), pearls, dolls, masks, painted umbrellas, lacquer ware, pewter ware, bamboo and wood artifacts and bronze ware.
        The weekend market at Chatuchuk in Bangkok is a regular cornucopia with hundreds of stalls stocking items ranging from genuine antiques to fighting fish. Tailor-made clothes are also good value and can be made in a matter of days, yet the standard is very high.
        Duty-free shops are located throughout the country and items can be purchased there and delivered to the airport in time for the departure flight. Value Added Tax (7%) can be refunded on goods bought in shops labeled 'VAT Refund for Tourists', where there is a minimum transaction of ฿2,000 including VAT.
        VAT Refund Application for Tourists forms are completed at the time of purchase and it is necessary to show one's passport. Cash refunds (minimum ฿5,000) can be obtained in the airport departure hall and often the goods purchased must also be shown. Shopping hours: Mon-Sun 1000-2100/2200.

 Chatuchak Weekend Market
Shopping in Chatuchak Market Thailand
Chatuchak (or Jatujak; Thai: จตุจักร) weekend market in Bangkok is the largest market in Thailand, and largest of the world. Frequently called J.J., it covers over 35 acres (1.13 km²) and contains upwards of 15,000 stalls. It is estimated that the market receives between 200,000 and 300,000 visitors each day. Most stalls only open on Saturdays and Sundays.
The market offers a wide variety of products including household items, clothing, Thai handicrafts, religious artifacts, collectibles, foods, and live animals for your shopping style at Thailand..
Chatuchak market is adjacent to the
Kamphaengphet station (MRT) of the Bangkok Metro, or about a 5-minute walk from the Mo Chit (หมอชิต) Skytrain (BTS) station and Suan Chatuchak(Chatuchak Park) station(MRT). Open Hours: 08:00 - 18:00 on weekends and Fridays (wholesale day). Plant shops are open Wednesdays and Thursdays too from 07:00 - 18:00.

Shopping in China Town Thailand China Town, Yaowarat
Bangkok's Chinatown or the other name Sumpeng is located on Yaowarat Road in Samphanthawong district.
The Chinatown is an old business centre covering a large area around Yaowarat and Charoen Krung Roads. There are many small streets and alleys full of shops and vendors selling all types of goods to shopping. One of the best place to shopping in thailand.
Shopping in Night Bazaar Thailand Suan lum Night Bazaar
Suan Lum Night Bazaar is a market in Bangkok's Pathum Wan district, at the intersection of Rama
IV and Wireless/Sathorn Roads, opposite Lumphini Park at the Bangkok Metro's Lumpini station. When locals refer to this market in english they call it "Night Plaza". Located on land owned by the Crown Property Bureau, it opened in 2001. The lease on the property ran out in 2006 and the market will be closed in 2007
Shopping in Silom Road Thailand Silom Road
Si Lom (or Silom, Thai: สีลม) is a road in Bang Rak district, Bangkok, Thailand. It is a entertainment and shopping
district in Thailand's capital, adjacent to Sathorn business district. This causes a heavy load of traffic not only during rush hours that is considered to be the most dense of the city.
Shopping in Patpong Thailand Patpong
Patpong (Thai: พัฒน์พงษ์, "Phatphong") is an entertainment district in Bangkok, Thailand,
catering mainly, though not exclusively, to foreign tourists and expatriates. While Patpong is internationally known as a red light district at the heart of Bangkok's sex industry, the city in fact has numerous red-light districts that are far more popular with Thai men. A busy night market aimed at tourists is also located in Patpong.

 Siam Paragon, The Pride of Bangkok
Shopping in Siamparagon Thailand Siam Paragon, a 15-billion-baht project covering 5000,000 sq.m., will offer over 250 world class brand names and local brand names under one roof, as well as a Department Store, Supermarket, and Edutainment and Entertainment Center. It is on course to become the largest shoppng complex in South East Asia.
Siam Paragon is a joint venture between Siam Piwat and The Mall Group, two of the most prominent retail realestate development in Thailand. The fifty fifty joint venture is registered as Siam Paragon Development Co., Ltd. and Siam Paragon
Retail Co., Ltd. with 600-million baht initial capitalization. Siam Paragon has been conceived as a national showpiece for Thailand. It is located on extremely prestigious land belonging to Sra Prathum Palace in the heart of the city. The project is intended to enhance Bangkok as a World-class detination by offering the best shopping experience in town to locals and tourists alike. The intention is to stimulate the economy and foster confidence among foreign investors.

MBK Center  
Shopping in MBK Center Thailand MBK Center , an enormous 8-storey marble mall opened in 1985, is one of the biggest shopping malls in Asia . The center provides over 2,000 stores and services, over 150 eating establishments and a large cinema city. ShoppAs a leading developer and operator of luxurious hotels, office buildings and shopping centers in the heart of Bangkok, we are optimistic about exploring new ing here, you'll find.

Gaysorn Plaza
Shopping in Gaysorn Plaza Thailand Representing the excellence of life, Gaysorn is the home of choice for international high-end brands to showcase their flagship stores.
One could say that it is Thailand’s very own Champs Elys'e. Make your visit to Gaysorn a one-stop luxury shopping centre in Bangkok.
Pantip Plaza
Shopping in Pantip Plaza Thailand Pantip Plaza is an indoor IT shopping mall located on New Phetchaburi Road in Ratchathewi district, Bangkok, Thailand. The
sale of counterfeit software and DVDs are the major reasons behind this mall's success and notoriety.

Emporium Department Store
Shopping in Emporium Thailand The Emporium, Thailand's first luxurious fashion and lifestyle shopping complex, is situated in the heart of Sukhumvit Road. Features a one - stop shopping concept complete with leading international brands, a full-scheme department store, a five-star movie complex, kid's playground, gourmet market, a wide selection of chic cafés and restaurants, beauty salons, jewelry shops and lots more. You will discover premium goods, unique and exotic Thai handicrafts, and world-class brands in a warm and relaxed atmosphere.
The shopping complex combines several flagship stores, and to some brands, such as Cartier, Chanel, Hermés, and Tod's. Emporium was their first outlet in Thailand.

Shopping in River City Thailand River City Shopping Complex
On the historic River of Kings is a luxurious showcase for all the diversities of Thai art and culture. For visitors and collectors of
oriental art world over.
River City represents a new experience.
Shopping in Central Thailand Central Department Store
The Central Group of Companies has steadily evolved into a vast business conglomerate bestriding
the retail, marketing, real estate, hotel and fast food sectors in Thailand. With its proven track record and dynamic potential to meet the ever-changing needs of consumers, the group is in an unparalleled position to profit from the competitive business environment.

It’s no secret that Thailand is one of the most popular shopper’s paradises. Shopping is a prime item on a Thailand tourist's itinerary. A wide range of beautiful and quality items are on offer everywhere. Clothes, homewares, handicrafts, paintings, furniture, handbags, shoes, jewellery the list of bargains is endless. Having 24-hour service clothes tailored is very good value – especially for men. Department stores and local markets are equally fun and interesting to visit.

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For those who do not like haggling and bartering, department stores are perhaps more likely to suit your style. They are still very good value and are often filled with bargains and sales. There is not one “shopping street” in Bangkok, however there are a number of recommended department stores throughout the city:

Department Stores in Bangkok

1.  Gaysorn: International standard shopping centre featuring famous Thai and international brands and fine restaurants. This is a must destination for those who like designer brands.

2.  MBK (MahBoonKrong): For those who like a cheap bargain (e.g. shoes for A$7.00), this is the best place to go for shoppers who love shopping in a market-style atmosphere, but would prefer to do so in air-conditioned comfort. It is positively packed with stalls selling anything from clothes, leather goods and fashion accessories to electrical supplies, furniture, cosmetics and all kinds of gift items.

3.  Central World : Bangkok's largest downtown mall is a labyrinth of shops, restaurants and entertainment, including cinemas, an ice-skating rink and the Thai Duty Free Shop.

4.  Central Department Stores: Central Department Store Chain is the largest retailer in Thailand with department stores, specialty stores, specialty stores, supermarkets, mini-marts and hypermarkets.

5.  Emporium: Offers many well-known brands at excellent prices. This is a very trendy and more expensive shopping mall that has a number of specialty stores so you can get all your shopping done at once. It includes a number of stylish boutiques, the Coffee Shop, a supermarket, bookstores and a number of good restaurants.

6.  Siam Paragon: The first mega shopping complex inThailand, offering a magnificent and elegant shopping experience as it houses various world-class international brands and flagship stores of the most prestigious hi-end brands.

Markets in Bangkok

Silom Road is the main artery of Bangkok’s commercial heart and is paralleled by Surawong Road, while Patpong runs crosswise between the two. In addition to housing dozens of specialist shops and boutiques representing all the major buys, this area also boasts many branches of well-known retailers and several shopping plazas. Street stalls also abound, most notably at Patpong’s famous night market.

Situated close to the Grand Palace and Temple of the Emerald Buddha, Bang Lamphu has a lively market where clothing is a popular buy.

A highlight in the district is Pratunam market, one of Bangkok’s biggest centres for ready-to-wear clothing.

Located next to Bangkok’s tallest hotel building, Baiyoke Tower is one of the city’s renowned garment centres.

Centre on Yaowarat Road and Sampheng Lane, Bangkok’s Chinatown offers a profusion of gold shops as well as two nearby traditional shopping places, Ban Mo Jewellery Street and Phahurat Cloth Market.

Situated close to Pratunam Market, Nai Lert Market is one of many shopping areas in Bangkok where you can buy just about everything from clothing to handicrafts

Located adjacent to Chatuchak Park, the weekend market, open on Saturday and Sunday, is a Bangkok landmark where you can buy just about everything from clothing to potted plants and everything in between — a paradise for browsers and bargain-hunters alike. Chatuchak Weekend Market also offers items of furniture and home decor. It is also where professional and amateur artlovers and artists meet.  With it's own skytrain station, it's simply and quick to get there and back too!

New Year Shopping Festival

Shopping street
As part of the year-end shopping celebrations, TAT, the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, and members of the private sector representing hotels, department stores, shopping malls and other business interests around Bangkok’s famous Ratchaprasong Intersection have joined hands to make the area a colourful shopping street with bright, fresh and fun look decorations.

The harsh lines of the buildings are softened with trees, plants, landscaping, and a touch of Thai to make the area aesthetically appealing. All electrical wiring is buried underground. Street furniture and new lighting are installed and sidewalks smoothly paved with all the shopping malls in and around the intersection linked by covered elevated walkways.

There are shopping discounts, special offers and festive celebrations as well as leisure and entertainment extravaganza held throughout the period. The highlight is the “Bangkok Countdown” held in front of the Central World Plaza on New Year’s Eve in which Thai and foreign visitors gather and join the rest of the world in welcoming the New Year.


Vistors to Thailand can now claim VAT refunds at Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Hat Yai and Phuket international airports for a minimum purchase of 5,000 baht per day (this amount can be reached through many purchases in one day).  Upon making a purchase, visitors should request the store to process a VAT refund form.  If in a department store, tourists must collect their receipts and take them to the specified VAT counter to be processed.  Receipts must be processed on the day of purchase.

When departing Thailand, visitors must have the form stamped at the customs VAT checkpoint prior to airline check-in.  Please note that the goods bought and claimed under the VAT refund system must be shown to the customs representative before the form can be stamped.

When passing through passport control, visitors will have the form processed by the Revenue Department officials and receive a VAT refund.


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