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Pattaya City Thailand, An introduction to Shopping in Thailand

An introduction to Shopping in Thailand

Weekend Market
 Weekend Market at Chatuchak Park. This large open public ground covers approximately 35 acres opposite the Northern Bus station on Phahonyothin Road. Known as Suan Chatuchak, it hosts the popular Weekend Market where people buy and sell a thousand local products. Items range from exotic fresh fruits, vegetables, handicrafts, dress materials, furniture, toys, domestic utensils and pets. There is a particularly fine section for plants. The Weekend Market is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 7.00 am to 6.00 pm.
 from about 6.00 to 11.00 am small boats laden with all kinds of tropical fruits and vegetables and other produce from the orchards or nearby communities assemble for business.

Floating Markets

These are very important commercial centres for those living on the banks of the many canals and away from road. Every day, from about 6.00 to 11.00 am small boats laden with all kinds of tropical fruits and vegetables and other produce from the orchards or nearby communities assemble for business.
This is handicraft centre, under government supervision, located on Ratchadamri Rd.

Narayana Phand

This is handicraft centre, under government supervision, located on Ratchadamri Rd. Visitors may inspect and buy selections of handicrafts from all parts of the country. Items available include Thai silk, ceramics, wood carvings, lacquer ware, bronze objects and Khon masks. The store is open daily from 10.00 am until 8.00 pm.
Bangkok's China Town is an old business centre covering a large area around Yaowarat Road

China Town

Bangkok's China Town is an old business centre covering a large area around Yaowarat Road and Charoen Krung Road. There are many small streets and alleys full of shops selling all types of goods. The area is always lively, and market stalls abound. It has been the main centre for trading by the Chinese since they were moved from their old site some 200 years ago to make way for the Grand Palace and Emerald Buddha complex.
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Pattaya City Thailand, An introduction to Shopping in Thailand

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