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  • Mike Shopping Mall, Pattaya, Thailand
    Mike Shopping Mall, Pattaya, Thailand
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  • Mike Shopping Mall, Pattaya, Thailand
    Mike Shopping Mall, Pattaya, Thailand
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  • Mike Shopping Mall, Pattaya, Thailand
    Mike Shopping Mall, Pattaya, Thailand
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    Siam Art Shop: Order a painting

    by filipdebont Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    You just enter this shop with a picture of you or family or your pet. You select a size and a few days later you can take a wonderful painting home.

    Before four years I bought a painting of my parents. I gave them a nice picture of my parents, and a few days later I had a very originally present to take home.

    They can also make copies of master pieces, so if you want a Picasso or a Dali in your living room, this is the place to be.

    What to buy: A painting of (and for) a beloved one (or for yourself of course)

    What to pay: 1 person : (30 x 40) 1500 Baht, till (60x80) 5000 Baht

    2 persons : (35x40) 3500 Baht till (60x80) 7000 Baht

    3 persons : (40x50) 4800 Baht till (60x80) 8500 Baht

    4 persons : (40x50) 5900 Baht till (60x80) 9500 Baht

    5 persons : (45x60) 8000 Baht till (60x80) 11500 Baht

    6 persons : (50x60) 9500 Baht till (60x80) 12500 Baht

    These prices are for portraits of people, dogs and cat, head to shoulder.
    Extra charge for full body or background
    Extra charge for wedding pictures

    let's buy a portrait
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    The optician in Jomtien: Topcharoen Optics

    by georeiser Updated May 5, 2010

    Thailand has several opticians and shops where you can buy glasses and spectacles. The prices are cheaper than in Europe or America. But expect the prices to be more expensive close to the beach or nearby famous hotels. The quality is varying and you can make a choice of many different types of glass and frames. Topcharoen Optics in Jomtien was recommended by the staff in Jomtien Thani Hotel. But it was not the cheapest one. Maybe you shall try some other places instead of this.

    What to pay: 10000 Bath for progressive spectacles

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    Raymond Tailor: Tailor

    by JohnnyS-DK Written Sep 23, 2009

    When you got made suits, you go to the shop daily to try and change if something is wrong.
    I got made two suits and did follow the work daily and could tell if something was wrong or needed to be changed.

    Prizes are average...

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    Avenue Pattaya: Avenue Pattaya

    by kenningst Written Sep 15, 2008

    Avenue Pattaya is a shopping complex which is more posh and upmarket compared to Royal Gardens. They have a huge cinema on the top floor and very nice dining area. It is located about 15 - 20 minutes walk frm Avenue Pattaya.

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  • Markets: Markets

    by GibJoe Written Apr 9, 2008

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    Experience the shopping in the various markets, always get the price down never pay what they ask for, as it is usually extremely overpriced. There are always fake items on sale which I must say have virtually no difference to the real thing, but there are extremely crappy copies of bad quality fakes.

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    General Costs of Pattaya Town

    by tuktukman Written Nov 26, 2007

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    This will serve as a guide - Internet good speed, 1 B per minute, Beer about 50 to 75 depending on whether you are having Singha, Chang or Heinekein. Go-Go Bar beer 100B. Redbull - 25B, Laundry, 10B for shirt. Beach bench, 30 B whole day!. Beer at Pub 100 B. McDonald meal 100B. (Prices varies a bit on where you buy ok?)

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    Lotus: Food and Clothings

    by Ah_jack Written Feb 11, 2007

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    There is 2 Lotus at Pattaya... just like the Big C Supermarket, its sell almost everything you wants.
    Buy anything from there at fixed prices and don't need to worry of being cheated by the prices. Its sure worth the prices.

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    Big C: Supermarkets

    by Ah_jack Written Feb 11, 2007

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    Big C is a supermarket which sells food and clothings just like Giant or Carrefour. It sell almost everything, u name it they have it.

    There is 2 Big C supermarket at Pattaya.

    What to buy: Anything you buy is at a fixed prices, you would not be decieve by them, everything has a price tag on it.

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    BOOKAZINE: Newspapers

    by RoyJava Updated Sep 6, 2006

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    Sometims it is hard to find book-shops in holiday-resorts. Meaning the one where papers of your own country are available. Some people don't mind how it is in home-country, some people do. In the Bookazine shop you can get all kind of literature, like books of art, history, Buddhism, travels, and newspapers from all over the world, too.

    What to buy: Once in a while we wanted to know how is home-news. And got the Dutch newspaper. Funny is that some Thais knew about the Dutch needs, and took the Dutch newspaper to the beach. We payed, and in the afternoon they returned to ask the newspaper back ... to sell again for some cheaper. Smart guys!

    What to pay: Dutch newspaper for about 150 - 200 TBT.

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    7 - ELEVEN: Convenience Store 7/11

    by RoyJava Updated Sep 5, 2006

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    Good to know the Supermarket 7-Eleven can be found anywhere in Thailand. To do your shopping here is great, and most of the 7-Eleven have a 24 hour open door! Actually this supermarket is a convenience store, like a mini mart and very cheap, too. We had one just around the corner ...

    What to buy: Products you need at very first like drinks, some snacks, and some 7-Elevens do sell cheap PC's ...

    What to pay: To me the 7-Eleven seemed so cheap! A Coke Light for 14 TBT and the newest CD Nirwana for 200 TBT, that makes 4 Euro's ...

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    Hard Rock Cafe Store: HardRock Cafe merchandises

    by vee01 Updated Sep 22, 2005

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    Just like Hard Rock Cafe store {HRC Distro} all over the place in the world.Unique becoz there's a devil sissy who ready to served you. ^_*

    What to buy: Clothes, Distro stuffs of Hard Rock Cafe.

    What to pay: 600 Baht - 1000 Bath [not too expensive for HRC gooddies

    Sissy Devil beside me
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    Local markets.

    by colin_bramso Written Sep 14, 2005

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    There is a main general market plus many streetside market stalls which are mainly selling fruit. The fruit is fresh, excellent quality and very inexpensive. Anyone worried about eating local food should consider fruit - just peel it and it's as clean as food can be!

    Fresh tropical fruit. Local sweet delicacies.

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    You want Gucci Polo, Burberry, we got it Maam/Sir!

    by shelnlin Updated Sep 17, 2004

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    Thailand is a real designer shoppers paradise only you are paying for items less the cost of what you would pay in the Boutiques. Why? because Thailand loves to make imitations or copies as they are known. Copies of all sorts of things can be bought here from clothes to shoes, watches to bags, handbags to any little thing that may carry a designer label on it.

    What to buy: I bought several "Ralph Lauren" copied shirts and they are still going strong. The cotton used in these shirts are of good quality and I have yet to have any one of my shirts die on me yet.

    Handbags are all over Pattaya and are often seen hanging off the arms of the Bar girls walking out with their Farang (foreign) boyfriends. I didn't buy any but they look just as good as the real Mc Coy and they would look great to impress your friends back home.

    I did however purchase a few little backpacks only because I had really had a great time shopping while I was in Thailand. The shopping is incredible and one can walk away with lots of bargains.

    What to pay: Be prepared to bargain, some sellers really do push a hard sell and say that they cannot afford to go much lower, "I paid more for this to sell it" or "I have to pay for overheads". Whilst this is true to a point, be realistic with your price that you offer and try to meet a common ground.

    Fruit stall just outside Mike's Shopping Mall
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    Tesco Lotus and the Outlet Mall: If you need stuff that's cheap and good...

    by volarevolare Written Jun 18, 2004

    Tesco Lotus

    There are a few around and they're big supermarkets that sell a wide variety of items.

    I bought a few t-shirts for only 79 Baht.

    There's also a food-court where you can have your meals, but you need to purchase a prepaid card to pay the food stalls.

    Outlet Mall

    I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw it!

    Right here in Pattaya is an outlet mall styled very much like the ones in the USA, down to the stucco-coloured and cream walls and the palm trees outside, with the huge parking lot in front. heheheh...

    But unlike the shopping outlet malls in the USA, the shops and the prices are not as impressive or competitive.

    I'd rather walk in Tesco's. Or wait till my next trip to the USA... can't wait for that! ;)

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    Save your shopping for Bangkok!

    by volarevolare Written Jun 18, 2004

    There are tons of small shops along Pattaya Beach Road and along Pattaya 2 Road.

    But nothing of interest really. The same stuff that you'd probably find anywhere else in Thailand.

    So if Pattaya's a stop-over, you might want to save on the weight and space in your luggage for shopping later back in Bangkok -- where I think the best bargains are to be found at their weekend markets or night bazaars.

    What to buy: They do have a night bazaar but it's only open on the weekends.

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