Chom's Boutique Inn

888/37-39 Mahathun Plaza, Phloenchit Road, Bangkok, 10330, Thailand
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Shopping in Bangkok, Electronics, Clothes,

by ganapa2000


Planing for a holiday for Bangkok, I have a plans of buying LED TV (42" or 50")

Suggest me, Thailand is the best place for electronics than Malaysia and Singapore.

If yes, Please suggest me wholesale markets for buying LED TV, planning for 2-3 TVs.

Also suggest the best place for buying best place to buy, Shoes, Watches, hand bags, Clothes.......

Thanks in Advance....

Re: Shopping in Bangkok, Electronics, Clothes,

by johnaalex

Bangkok is not usually that good a place for electronic goods. Also before buying 42 or 50 inch TVs in a foreign country I would check the price of shipping them home at th eimport duty you would have to pay.



Re: Shopping in Bangkok, Electronics, Clothes,

by Curt1591

Beside poor pricing, another consideration is that Thailand uses 220VAC @ 50Htz. They also use PAL system for TV. Don't know what's used wherever you are based.

Bangkok is, however, a great place for clothing. I would send you to the Pratunam area for clothes and accessories. It's located at the top of this map:

Re: Shopping in Bangkok, Electronics, Clothes,

by YaaDong

For LED TV (42" or 50") try Big C and Tesco Lotus.They often have sale.

For Shoes, Watches, hand bags, Clothes.
MBK,Pratunam Market,Jatujak Market,Central department Store

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Beer Chang

by rsleisk

Thai beer is very good and suprisingly strong. I had Beer Chang and found it to be the best beer Thailand had to offer. It is widely available and fairly inexpensive. Try one when you get to Bangkok. I liked it so much I bought a t-shirt.

Tipping in Bangkok (restaurants)

by machomikemd

Everything goes in Thailand's capital, and that rule applies to tipping as well. Some places expect it; others don't. In general, the more Westernized the place is the more likely you'll be expected to leave a gratuity.

Restaurants: Some top-end eateries will add a 10% service charge to the bill. If not, waiters will appreciate you tacking on the 10% yourself. However, if you're eating at a down-scale restaurant a tip is not necessary.

Never Throw Money or Criticize King!

by machomikemd

NEVER EVER say something bad about the Royal Family or the Thai democracy, not only will the Thais be extremely offended by it but insulting the king is a crime! The King is loved and respected greatly, the national anthem is played everyday at 8 in the morning and 6 in the evening on the radio and in public places. If you hear it, shut up and stand still. Also be reminded that throwing things is considered rude, especially banknotes since they have a picture of the King on them!

Chat with the Monks

by herzog63

For some reason I had in my mind that Monks would be not easy to talk to. But I was wrong they usually love to talk probably to learn about where I am from and to practice their English. This picture is me and a couple of Monks at the Grand Palace in 1984 on my first trip to Thailand! Since then I have had many pleasant conversations with Monks.

Cox Laboratories

by Mignonette

Bring the least items as possible. MOST things in Thailand are cheaper than in US, NZ, AUS, Europe,... So you an take lots back with you. Sandals
Unless you are working in an office - good office has good air conditioning! Medical supplies go to: Cox Laboratories
Tablet, Capsule, Liquid preparation, Ointment/Cream, Sterile eye preparation.
Address : 1014/3-4 Soi Watchannai, Sathupradit, Bangpongpang, Yannawa, Bangkok 10120 Cameras you can buy in many tourist attraction places. Unless you have your own favourite one, of course you can bring your own. If you don't like mosquitoes bring mosquitoes/insects repellents.


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