Ayuthaya Shopping

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    Shops Around Wat Lokayasutra Ayuthaya: Shops Around Wat Lokayasutra Ayuthaya

    by machomikemd Written Nov 2, 2013
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    being one of the major destinations of the whole day ayuthaya tour, this largest outdoor concrete reclining buddha in the ruins of wat lokayasutra ayuthaya, located outside the city is one of the major attractions of the ayuthaya day tours, and hence there are a variety of souvenir shops and stalls here in front of the attraction that sells everything from t-shirts, post cards, key chains, thai silk products, wallets bags and other local stuffs, plus the basic tourist necessity like bottle water, snack foods, power drinks and fruit juices too.

    opensL 8:00 am to 6:00 pm everyday

    What to buy: all the necessary kitchy souvenir items and silk products and local crafts you can think off

    again, haggling is a must here!

    What to pay: depends on your haggling skills

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    Shops Around Wat Maha Tat: Shops Around Wat Maha Tat

    by machomikemd Written Nov 2, 2013
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    Wat Maha That is arguably the biggest attraction in Ayuthaya besides the Wat Chai Wattanaram and Wat Si Sanpet and being as such, there are many souvenir shops and stalls lining the entrance to this park that sells a dizzying array of local crafts, souvenir items like t-shirts, bags, silk items, fridge magnets, shot glasses, key chains, post cards, books and other knick knacks. most of these shops and stalls are open as early as 8:00 am up to around 6:00 pm everyday.

    What to buy: all the kitchsy local crafts, souvenir items and even assorted foods and snack you can think of.

    but the order of the day here is you must haggle!

    What to pay: depends on your haggling skills

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    • Arts and Culture
    • Historical Travel

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    Local food!!!: Market- local foods

    by mary2u99 Written May 4, 2006

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    Do try out the local food and they have sample for you to try. Most of these are very sweet. We did not buy anything though as we have already got so many stuff from Chiang Mai.

    What to buy: Food and crafts.

    What to pay: from US$1.00 and over

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    Near Chao Phrom market: Night market 1

    by pattayaraj Written Mar 15, 2004

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    A big night market where you can find so many goods, but not so local much such as clothes ,shoes,accesories,....
    The great section 's food stalls, it's great place for enjoying local stall food. : ))

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    Talad near Viharn Mongkol Bopit: Souvenir center of Ayudhaya

    by pattayaraj Written Mar 15, 2004

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    Originally,it located at the front of Mongkolbopit temple. Now ,it moved to the side area where you can reach by Klong Tor Rd. or just walk pass the South of Viharn.

    What to buy: This market is the souvenir center where you can find local craft,clothes,dessert and some dried food or even postcard. & Some restuarants inside.

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  • Thai Shop: Hats, Umbrellas and TRavel brochures..

    by yen_2 Written Jul 14, 2003

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    You can buy umbrellas for the hot sun! And for the gents, they also have hats..You can buy softdrinks and mineral water which the price is good. There are also brochures incase you need to take the history with you in going home.

    What to buy: Local crafts, refreshments, umbrellas and hats.

    What to pay: The prices are okey. You don't need to haggle for the price, it's only applicable in Bangkok though..

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    Bang Sai Folk Arts and Craft Centre: loca craft at Bang Sai Folk Arts and Craft Centre

    by Audrey118 Written Mar 12, 2003

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    A large variety of local handicrafts ranging from wickerwork to metalware.

    You can also see some craftmen at work although the quality of the work here is average.

    Among the crafts you can see here are palm leaf carp, sugar dolls, woodcarving, some pottery etc.

    The place is closed on Mondays - and I think there is an admission charge

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