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488/800 Bo Bae Tower Damrongrak Road, Bangkok, 10100, Bangkok, 10310, Thailand
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Forum Posts

Bobae Tower/Market

by qiqi87

Does Bobae Tower and market opens everyday?


Thanks!

Re: Bobae Tower/Market

by explore_discover

yes

Re: Bobae Tower/Market

by xymmot

yes

Re: Bobae Tower/Market

by Curt1591

Bobae is a hardcore wholesale district and is open 7 days. The prices are very low, but some vendor sell only in quantity, a half dozen or more.

We're talking mostly clothing, tons of tees, women's and children's clothes. There is a lot of lingerie and a surprising amount of larger women's sizes.

If you want to open your own business, this is also the place to buy your hangers, racks, tarps and tents!

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Movie-Goer?

by Arjaree

Bangkok offers a lot of cinemas and movies. There is at least one movie out in a cinema each week. Where to go?
- Siam Square : there are a few cinemas such as Lido, Siam, and Scala. (Siam BTS Station)
- Siam Discovery Center (just across siam Square) : this is a mall and the movie floor is on the top.
- The Emporium : this is a mall as well and the movie floor is on the top. (Phrom Phong BTS Station)
The price is about the same at all places.
You can check out the time schedule at this website : http://www.movieseer.com/

Taste the Local Flavor - "Noodles"

by i-s-a

We arrived late and there's not much time to grab anything to eat before going out to see the cabaret show. Our guide brought us to a street nearby and encouraged us to try what the locals were having....noodles!

There's a portable cart full of veggies, squid balls, noodles, etc. One just have to point whatever ingredient she likes and the noodles will be cooked. You may wait at the tables and chairs provided at the sidewalk. Not the typical way to have your first dinner abroad but surely a good place to experience the local vibe. There are plenty of youngsters having their late meal.

The food is simple but very tasty. I love the chili powder (but not too much of course) and the fish sauce they provide as condiment....surely an acquired taste!

Note:
This is from my first Bangkok trip in March 2004.

Floating market alternative

by bulldogtwo

Expat is exactly right, especially if you do not get there early. The place can be like a zoo when the throngs of tourists arrive.
As an alternative you may consider taking advantage of the ones located in Bangkok on the river. Not as flowery and not nearly as expensive and hardly any tourists at all. Try www.asiawebdirect.com and look for "floating markets" or google it. These will also save you time, lots. The food is just as good and it can be just as much fun, more because you are'nt elbow to elbow with other tourists.

Putting on a Smile!

by aukjejetty

In Thailand, almost everything in life involves a smile, even blunders and mishaps. Westerners often mistake this for being laughed at. For example, if a waitress forgets an order and laughs, she is not showing contempt, just making the best of a bad situation. If you complain, do so gracefully as anger usually gets you nowhere.

Bring an empty suitcase

by elmasri

You do not even need a luggage... Everything can be bought on site... Everything is cheap and most important, the majority of shops sell unique pieces, which means you do not go out and find 3 other women with the same top. There are shoes and clothes to every taste here. Do not bring any... apart from the ones you're wearing on the trip... There are lots of 7/11 shops so you can find almost anything here. Buy digital here... not sure...

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