Pratunam Area is known for their whole sale market. They offer a very reasonable price esp if you will purchase on whole sale (6pieces or more depending on the item) basis.
From clothes, shoes, bags, t shirts, souvenirs, home decors, linen etc.
just make sure to bargain before purchasing ( 50% off the asking price)
is also a huge market for buying cloth, children cloth and also a jean. U can also get a big size cloth at this place. But in this place you must more negotiate with them, coz the opening price is high..you may b can get half or half more then a opening price after negotiation. They dun have any fitting room for you to try up the cloth ..advise you to wear a skirt for trying..some of the stall they are not allow you to try also. the you may b can consider to look for other shop which can try.
What to pay: the price at here is slightly expensive then chatuchak.
after going to several night markets (silom, patpong, khaosan road), pratunam market is by far the cheapest market for clothes aside from chatuchak weekend market...tshirts/blouses for only 70-100 baht, blazers for 250baht, string pants for 100 baht, suits for 250 baht, etc. be ready to haggle..market opens at 9:00am and closes at 6:00pm...the market is near amari watergate hotel and baiyoke sky hotel.
What to buy: thai blouses and skirts, thai silk shawls, string pants in thai design,
What to pay: it depends...for a minimum of 500 baht you have a wardrobe already (blouse, skirt, sandals)
you could find lots of stalls selling mainly women's clothes in pratunam for wholesale prices.. you could buy a shirt for only 50baht..we went there 2 hours before we go to the airport, because we still have baht left and we're already going home we thought that we'll spend it all...we stayed in first house in pratunam, but we never went around for shopping there, instead we went to suan luum night bazaar and chatuchak...and after we've been to all these bargain markets, we could say that pratunam offers the lowest price..the downside here is you have to buy at least six pieces of each.
What to buy: mainly shirts and blouses for women
What to pay: 50baht each for shirt/blouse for at least 6 pieces
Pratunam is a shoppers delight in bangkok and being a girl i had an amazing time over there. There is no specefic shop to mention but whole area is full of shops filled with clothes, bags and a lot of accessories . If ur a shopohlic and in bangkok do visit this place, the platinum mall, an upmarket swanky airconditioned mall right opposite amary water gate hotel, the city center and a lot of small shops adjoining them. try to shop in a group so you get a good bargain or buy atleast 3 pieces or more from the same shop to get a good rate. their rates are cheaper than that of Indira Plaza which is much hyped.
What to buy: If you are in pratunam you can look out for ladies and kids clothes, very goood quality cotton and you should have an eye to catch good craftsmanship. Ladies bags can not be as cheap as they are here, the shops are very colourful and bright. City Center is ladies delight 6 floors of clothes, bags, shoes , accessories and custom tailoring all at wholesale price. but pls dont forget to bargain. u can spend hours over here and burn your money very fast.
What to pay: any good bag in the range of 199 bhatt, ladies top 250-350 bhatts, footwera for 199 bhatt
Pratunam has many wholesalers and manufacturer's outlets.
What to buy: Best area for almost anything you'd want to buy in Thailand.
Much cheaper than the street vendors around tourist areas.
Many women's clothing item with a few men's shops.
Great place to buy women's shoes, linen, DVDs, kimonos,Chinese dresses, lingerie and cosmetics.
Pantip plaza across the street has IT and mobile phone goods for sale.
What to pay: $10-200 and bring a large canvas carry-all/shopping bag.
I bought these lovely candles at a wholesale shopping centre in Pratunam. I can't remember the exact name of the shop and shopping centre, but I think you can find plenty of shops selling similar stuff in Bangkok. These candles were all hand-made. The multicoloured ones are really pretty, each of them has 7 different colours and 7 different scents. The price is 3 for 100 baht, which is really cheap.
The 2 smaller candles are also hand-made, they come in different colours and scents too. Those 2 in the picture are "Lavender" and "Lily". The price is about 30-40 baht each.
This market has lots and lots of clothing for children, women and men. Mostly for women though.
Jeans ($5 to $8), blouses ($1.25), shorts, t-shirts, dress shirts ($2.50).
Catch at taxi. It is near the Byoke Tower.
Pratunum Market and suurounding area includes a lot of Wholesale shops (inside covered markets). The rules/law means that you cant try on (well just do it anyway and feign ignorance) and if you bargain.buy more than 3 items per shop (all different) you get prices of 200/250 Baht per item of clothing. Smaller items like tube tops will be 150 Baht
Coming from KL a shirt will be 800 Baht plus so saving 75%. Do baragin and just walk away a lot. Usually though there prices start lowish with only smaller discounts say 10/20%. Some have prices and discounts on the wall. In more tourist areas they start at 800 Baht abd sell you a "bargain" for 400 Baht. If they dont look depressed then you have not got a bargain!
Not so good if you are...shall we say a larger size...I only bought shirts as mens trousers look more asian fit. The gf bought a lot though and quality is good
Bought a large back pack with built in trolley - a good one well designed and tough - for 950 Baht (started at 1200 Baht). In KL over 3,000 Baht.
Thais follow the Roman principle of Caveat Emptor (let the buyer beware!) so happy carefull shopping!
And always pay cash!
What to buy: Clothes, Womens accessories, luggage
What to pay: 200-250 Baht per average t-shirt/shirt/skirt etc
Shop are on the street during the day. You have to bargain and you can often obtain what you want for 50% of the first asked price!!
What to buy: You can find anything!!! From clothes (for children, women and men) to fabrics and cellular phones!
What to pay: T-Shirt : between 100 to 200 bath!
Bermuda: around 150-200 bath
Bathrobe (with embroidery): about 400 bath
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