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Bangkok Shopping

Shopping in Bangkok is not limited to one or two major streets, but offers many areas throughout the city affording ample choice and easy access. The following is just a selection of some of the principal shopping districts.


Well-known department stores and luxury shopping malls are located in this area, namely Central, Sogo, Gaysorn Plaza, Isetan, Zen, Amarin Plaza, Peninsula Plaza, all of which together make the largest shopping promenade in Bangkok. Furthermore, World Trade Centre and Narayana Phand Pavilion, host the official handicraft centre selling items from all parts of the country. Ratchaprasong Intersection is the gateway to several shopping areas such as Sam Square-Mahboon Krong Shopping Centre and Pratunam Market.


Silom Road is the main artery of Bangkok’s commercial heart and is paralleled by Surawongse Road, while Patpong runs crosswise between the two. Street stalls also abound at night, most notably at Patpong’s famous night market.

Silom-Mahesak-New Road

Silom leads into New Road which parallels the Chao Phraya River, and notable shopping opportunities include gems and jewelry stores (Mahesak Road is a gem trading centre), Oriental Plaza and River City shopping Complex.


Like Silom, Sukhumvit is one of Bangkok’s main thoroughfares, and the long road is lined with shops, boutiques and modern shopping plazas ranging from Soi 3 (Nana Nua) up to Soi 63 (Ekamai). Most shops and restaurants are concentrated between Soi 3 and Soi 21 (Asoke) and along shortcuts between Asoke and Ekamai.

Pratunam Market

It is one of Bangkok’s biggest centres for ready-to-wear clothing. It is very closed to (within walking distance) Pantip Plaza, the largest retail and wholesale of computer hardware and software in Thailand.


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


Centred 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 jewelry streets’ and ‘Phahurat Cloth Market’.

Chatuchak Weekend Market

Located adjacent to Chatuchak Park, the week-end 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 art-lovers and artists meet.

Baiyoke Tower

Located next to Bangkok’s tallest Building is one of the city’s renowned garment centre.

Nai Lert Market

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

Bo-be Market

Situated close to Bangkok Railway Station, is one of the city’s renowned ready-to-wear clothing centres.




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