Another up and coming walking street that is famous among western tourists is Bophut Fisherman’s Village. Located in the north of Koh Samui with Mae Nam to the west and Big Buddha Beach to the east, Bophut is a charming village where Chinese shop-houses conversed to modern cafes and restaurants crowd the narrow street.
Khlong Thom market is located at Maha Chak road between Yaowarat (China Town) and Charoen Krung road. It is where many products are sold such as electricity devices, computer appliances, stereos, game players, cinema-videos, VCDs, DVDs, car accessories, general non-fashionable clothes and others fashion-in-trend items: glasses, watches, calculators at reasonable price. In Vorachak area,
Yaowaraj Road or China Town is an old business district and has been a commercial zone for Thai-Chinese people. Since it is the largest gold market of the country, you will find gold shops lie along both sides of the road. If you visit Yaowaraj, you will feel the ambiance of busy street activities, shops selling imported products from China, Chinese herbal medicines, Chinese food outlets and restaurants, markets for fresh and dried foods, imported fruits and more. If you walk a bit further, there are fabric market “Pa-Hu-Rat” and “Sum-Pheng” where you can enjoy a bulk shopping of souvenirs for friends back home at wholesale prices. At night, Yaowaraj glows with street lights, neon shop signs and will stimulate your appetite with variety of food stalls right alongside of the road. Yaowaraj is also very famous for good Chinese food, seafood and local delicacies. You shouldn’t miss it for the world!!
The market is from the idea of the ex-village headman. Nowadays, the market has been developed in every aspect as more tourists visit here unceasingly. Here you can note many vehicles entering to the market because the road to the market is the road to HadYai town.
You’re not gonna believe that many tourists fly into Bangkok just to visit JJ Market! This is the world’s largest flea market and very famous for its widest variety of merchandise –from home décor items, exotic Thai handicrafts, religious artifacts to fashion clothing, leather goods, flowers, foods and even live animals.
Chiangmai is a magical city. Tradition blends perfectly with a modern way of living. Throughout the entire city, you will find some temples on the same street as cute cosy coffee shops, together with Lanna-style houses. Another favourite spot among locals and visitors is CentralFestival Chiangmai, a mega-shopping complex that has all kinds of things to offer.
It is an absolute fun to visit Pattaya Floating Market! Why?? Because it’s like you step back in time and witness simple way of life of the Thai people all in one place. Pattaya Floating Market is not very far from the center of Pattaya city, about 15 kilometers away. It is located in a very large area divided into four parts representing four different cultures and traditions of the four regions of Thailand – – north, south, east and west.
One of the attractions that bring millions and millions of locals and tourists to visit Had-Yai is that it is a shopping paradise. Had-Yai has a very famous decades old Gim Yong Market right in the center of the district. Once you set your feet on this busy street, you will be mesmerized with the widest variety of merchandise you don’t know what to buy first.
Sitting beside the Ping River, Warorot Market is the busiest daytime market in Chieng Mai. It opens early in the morning every day, Warorot Market is the site to explore if you want to get up close and personal with the lifestyle of the locals. It’s a very busy market with people from all walks of life come to shop for things all day long – – fresh and dried fruits, vegetables, meat stuffs, condiments, local delicacies onto handicrafts, silks, souvenirs, wood carvings, silverware, just to name a few.
Shopping never ends in Chiang Mai, This Sunday Market is truly a heaven for the locals, especially teens and young adolescents to come, shop and mingle with friends. It is a large street market located right in the centre of the old walled city area of Chiang Mai, starting at the Tha Phae Gate at one end for roughly 1kilometer down Ratchadamnoen Road.
Chiang Mai never goes quiet at night, come and be mesmerized with hundreds and hundreds of shop houses, restaurants, cafes, food stalls and street vendors along sides of Chang Khlan Road called Chiang Mai Night Bazaar.
Silom Road is considered one of the busiest business districts of Bangkok. Among the high-rise office buildings. Silom also offers night time experiences for shoppers and bar hoppers. You can shop for souvenirs, Thai arts and crafts or even boxing shorts here in Patpong, a small lane off Silom Road. There is also nightlife with pubs, bars and shows that you might want to sneak in and check it out as an adventure of your lifetime!!