Bang Ramat Market. A local outdoor marketplace, filled with food, refreshments, clothing,
souvenirs, and miscellaneous items, by various independent local vendors. Opened
from the afternoon till late night, seven days of the week. However, it's best to
visit the market in the middle of the afternoon. The market has a variety of clothes
for sale, new and used, Western and Eastern style. Also for sale are CDs / DVDs /
VCDs, children's toys, phone accessories, purses, weapons (handguns, hunting knifes,
ammunition), toiletries, ceremonial gifts, souvenirs and other small accessories.
Children can go to the large inflatable playpen. Popular and well-known to locals,
but barely-known or visited by tourists.
Bang Phrom Market, Near the road intersection of Wat Kaeo-Phutthamonthon Sai 1 and
Kaeo Ngoen Thong Rd in the Bang Phrom sub-district. A local outdoor marketplace,
similar to the one in Bang Ramat, but slightly larger, busier, and more crowded.
Klongsan Pier Located in a Soi off Charoen Nakhon Road, the area offers items like
ready-to-wear clothes for teenagers and shoes at relatively low prices
Wang Lang Market ( Ladies Market ), Take the Chao Phraya Express Boat to Wang
Lang Siriraj pier. Wang Lang is a small street filled with small shops and carts.
Often called the Ladies Market, as it puts a heavy emphasis on women's clothes,
shoes, bags and accessories. Just wander around and try to find that bargain you
were always looking for. It becomes very crowded around 1 PM, at that time it
might be hard to find your way around. Wednesdays is the best day to go, as the
new second hand products arrive at that day, but the market is alive at any day of
Central Plaza Pinklao, Borommaratchachonnani Rd, Arun Amarin. The largest shopping
mall and office tower complex of Thonburi, it includes six floors (with a basement
floor), which features stores, shop stalls, restaurants, banks and a karaoke lounge.
It includes chain stores like ASA Services ( key duplicating and shoe repairs ),
B2S ( books, music and
stationary ), Fixit ( clothes fixing ), Marks & Spencer ( European-style clothing
), Powerbuy ( electronics ), Thai Ticket Master ( performance tickets), Wash Me (
laundry ) and Western Union ( money exchange and transfers) . The easiest way to
get there is by taxi, but there are also buses and songthaews available.