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If the street shopping is still not cheap enough for you, you’ll need to get outside the tourist areas a bit, wear your older clothes to look less prosperous, and put on your bargaining hat.Negotiating is something you need to learn to be respected in Thailand; it is far from the somewhat shameful behavior it might be viewed as back home. A good bargainer is admired and often called geng by Thais: savvy and skilled.
We’ve listed the main market areas in our selected cities below for your information; but to really push beyond this, you’ll need to simply walk around in some of the smaller Thai towns, and get out to the local markets, which aside from being real cultural eye-openers, are the frugal traveler’s heaven on earth.
The Platinum Fashion Mall is Thailand largest Fashion Mall and One Stop Wholesale shopping. This Fashion Mall is designed in the national wholesale shopping concept...
Once only popular among wholesalers and traders, Chatuchak Weekend Market has reached a landmark status as a must-visit place for tourists. Its sheer size and diverse collections...
Few other cities offer such a vast choice of goods, much enhanced by the polite sales techniques and good-natured haggling that accompanies most transactions...
Address: Sampeng Soi (Soi Wanit 1), Chinatown
Address: Iron Bridge Market. The market itself is built on a large metal bridge over Ohng Ang Canal in the Wang Burapha
Address: Rama 1 Rd, Pathum Wan, Pathum Wan, Bangkok, 10330
Address: Bo Bae Market, Krungkasem Rd, Bang Khun Phrom Bangkok 10200