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Bangkok 5 Day 4 Nights Weekend Shopping Itinerary

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Bangkok 5 Day 4 Nights Weekend Shopping Itinerary

Thank you for the support for our first Bangkok shopping itinerary at 4 Day 3 Nights Bangkok Weekend Shopping Itinerary. We promised to do a second version and we have included a few more new shopping places in to this new itinerary. This is a new Bangkok 5 days 4 nights weekend shopping itinerary so it is different than our first version.

With this new version itinerary, you have more places and options to visit as we included new shopping places. We also included new hotel recommendations. Just remember to bring more cash and shop till no tomorrow. If you didn’t bring enough luggage, just buy a new one in Bangkok and make sure you have enough luggage limit to fly back.

So how does this Bangkok 5 Day 4 Nights Bangkok Weekend Shopping Itinerary works?

We recommend you to fly into Bangkok on Thursday and fly back on Mondays. Most of the markets are only open during weekends so that’s why we focus on weekends and you save your work leaves too.

Day One – Thursday

Welcome to Bangkok and you will transfer and check in to your hotel. Always take a shower first, get refresh and get yourself ready with your shopping bags. We always recommend morning and afternoon flights so you can have a short rest in the hotel so you can go shopping in the evening.

Day One  – Thursday Evening

We listed down three night markets you can visit. They are on different locations so it is quite far from one to another night market and we won’t recommend you to visit two of them in one night. You can choose one of them and do another one on Saturday evening.

There are three night markets you can visit:

1)Saphan Phut Memorial Bridge Night Market

Saphan Phut Memorial Bridge Night Market is located within the city centre and they have been around for years. More popular with the locals it is located next to the former Flowers Market in ‘Old Bangkok’. It is not a huge market and it is one of the first few ‘flea’ night markets in Bangkok.

This night market spans to three to four streets of stalls and they open from 7 pm till late. Shopping here is cheaper compare to the other markets but we have readers who commented the quality of things here might not as good as others. We bought our boys clothes here as we find it cheaper and the design is not too bad at all.

You probably take less an hour to venture the whole market as this is not a huge night market.

How to go to Saphan Phut Night Market:

The only way to visit Saphan Phut or Memorial Bridge night market is by taxi. We do recommend you to take Uber or Grab. The old Bangkok is pretty bad in traffic so some taxis are reluctant to go there. The nearest place of attraction is Wat Ratchaburana Ratchaworawihan (Wat Liap) and it is 15 minutes away to Chinatown or Yaowarat. Hope this will help you to get to Saphan Phut night market.

Saphan Phut Address and GPS Coordinate:

Wang Burapha Phirom, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200, Thailand

GPS Coordinate: 13.741523, 100.498555

2)Asiatique The Riverfront

We still remember visiting Asiatique The Riverfront for the first time when they open their doors in 2012. How cool to visit a mall by taking free water taxi (boat)? On top of that, Asiatique The Riverfront is used to be the former docks and warehouses of the East Asiatic Company. Now, the whole area is converted to shops, restaurants and entertainment outlets.

Asiatique is an open-air mall and they open daily from 5pm onwards. They are located next to the Chao Phraya River and the best way to reach there is by their free water taxi.

At night, the lights lit up Asiatique to one of the must visit places in Bangkok. You can find many shops selling fashion, accessories, souvenirs as well as bars and restaurants.

There is also a huge ferris wheel in Asiatique where you can have the view of the Chao Phraya river and the surrounding area.

You can also watch shows like Muay Thay Live exclusively here in Asiatique. You can read our review HERE.

Expect to spend hours venturing and shopping in Asiatique. Many couples as well as families love to visit Asiatique. At night, it is usually windy here as the wind blows from the Chao Phraya river. Asiatique is touristy but worth the visit. Your trip to Bangkok is incomplete without visiting Asiatique The Riverfront.

Asiatique The Riverfront Opening Hours:

5 pm till midnight daily

How to go to Asiatique The Riverfront?

The best way to go to Asiatique The Riverfront is by their free water taxi. The jetty is next to BTS Saphan Taksin station. Going there by taxi is not a good option as traffic is very bad there. Read more on how to go to Asiatique The Riverfront HERE.

Asiatique The Riverfront Address:

2194/ Charoen Krung Rd, Wat Phraya Krai, Bang Kho Laem, Bangkok 10120, Thailand

3) Talad Rod Fai Srinakarin

This is the original Talad Rod Fai market but this is not the original location. The original location is by the train tracks near Chatuchak Market and that’s how they got their name “train market”. They had to relocate in 2013 due to the expansion of the BTS Skytrain and it moves to Srinakarin. The market gain lots of popularity due to its uniqueness and that’s why when it moves to Srinakarin, there are many locals and tourists visited the market. This is the biggest Talad Rod Fai night market among the three Talad Rod Fai night markets in Bangkok. You can spend hours shopping here.

Talad Rod Fai Srinakarin is located at north east of the city and it is not near the BTS Skytrain stations or MRT Subway stations. It is located behind Seacon Square Srinakarin,one of the largest shopping malls in Bangkok.

Talad Rot Fad Srinakarin is extremely popular with locals and tourists as it is a huge night market and it offers a huge variety of fashion, food as well as antique items. The downside is it is far from the city and you need to take a taxi to visit this night market. If you plan to visit this night market, expect to spend the whole evening. Traveling to there might take some time.

How to go to Talad Rod Fai Srinakarin Train Market

From On Nut BTS station, take a taxi to reach the Seacon Square. If not mistaken, it should be around 20 minutes and the taxi fare is around 100 Baht. The taxi will stop you at the opposite of the Seacon Square and you need to take the pedestrian bridge to cross over.

You can also order Uber or GrabCar from the On Nut BTS Station and also from Seacon Square.

Talad Rod Fai Srinakarin Train Market Opening Hours:

Thursdays to Sundays – 5:00pm to 1:00am

Talad Rod Fai Srinakarin Train Market Address:

Soi Srinakarin 51, Srinakarin Rd.,

Nongbon, Prawet, Bangkok 10250

4) Talad Rod Fai Train Market 2 at Ratchada Bangkok

This is the second Talad Rod Fai Train Market and it is located at Ratchada near Thailand Cultural Centre MRT Station. This market is not as huge as Talad Rod Fai Srinakarin but you can easily find over hundred stalls here. It has become quite popular with tourists due to its convenience as well as the things they offer in the market.

The market is open from Thursday to Sunday, from 5pm till 1am but I recommend you to come around 7 to 8 pm, as they will take some time to open their stalls from 5 pm. The best way to reach here is via MRT at Thailand Cultural Centre MRT Station.

For convenience, I will prefer to visit Talad Rod Fai 2 Market even though it is smaller. The market is a cool place to visit as it is cooler at night and there are plenty of things to shop. You can bargain in this market but most of the items are quite reasonable. The variety of the food is better than Talad Rod Fai market. Otherwise, you can eat the fast food at The Esplanade. Expect to spend at least an hour shopping here.

How to go to Talad Rod Fai Market 2:

Take MRT to Thailand Cultural Centre MRT Station. Take Exit no 3 and take left turn and you will see the Esplanade building. The Talad Rod Fai Market 2 is behind Esplanade.

Rod Fai Market 2 Opening days and hours:

Friday to Sunday

5 pm to 1 am.

GPS: 13.766621, 100.568849

Go back take good rest as there will be more days of intense shopping. Prepare to wake up early on Friday morning.

Day Two – Friday

It is Friday and let’s have an early morning call for the full intense shopping day. You can have an early breakfast in the hotel or you can have it on the next destination. We are focusing on Pratunam area on Friday so you don’t need to move to another area. It will be from morning until night in Pratunam. You can do this itinerary on any day.

Day Two – Friday Morning

1)Pratunam Morning Market

This is for early birds only as the market opens from 4 am to 9 am. Usually they start to close the stalls by 8.30 am for the usual traders and shops to open at 9 am.

These are sidewalk stalls and they offer mostly things for the girls and also food. This is also a wholesale market so things are cheaper when you purchase at bulk of three items and above.

There are some pretty decent street food here for breakfast and remember you need to be here early, it is recommended to come here after 5 am.

Pratunam Morning Market is located in front of Baiyoke Sky Hotel.

Pratunam Morning Market Address and GPS:

Soi Petchaburi 21 Alley (in between Soi Ratchaprapop 3 and Rathcaprapop 1 Alley) facing Baiyoke Sky Hotel

Pratunam Morning Market GPS: 13.753603, 100.540125

2)Pratunam Wholesale Market

You don’t need to go anywhere else if you plan to visit the Pratunam Morning Market. Just stay until 9 am and the Pratunam Wholesale Market will take over. You can see the stalls and shops open one by one around 9 am.

The main Pratunam Wholesale Market is located in between Baiyoke Sky Hotel and Platinum Design Mall. Thus, there are hundreds of shops in this market.

Make sure you remember your way in and out and if you get lost in the market, just ask for directions. It is pretty cramped in Pratunam Wholesale Market as traders and shoppers walk around with shopping trolleys and bags.

All the items here are for wholesale and you have to buy it at the bulk of minimum three items and above. You still can purchase single item at higher price.

You can find female and male fashion clothes, baby clothes, food, accessories and many other things here. Just bring your cash for your shopping spree.

How to go to Pratunam Wholesale Market

The best way to get to Pratunam Wholesale Market is by taxi.

Pratunam Wholesale Market Location:

Intersection of Ratchaprop and Petchburi roads to Ratchaprarop Soi 3


Day Two – Friday Afternoon

1)Platinum Fashion Mall

Platinum Fashion Mall is the wholesale shopping haven for many shoppers, traders and tourists. Located in Pratunam, opposite Amari Watergate Hotel and the Pratunam Wholesale Market, Platinum Fashion Mall is a gigantic six storey shopping complex.

Continue your shopping spree at Platinum Fashion Mall, if you are hungry just head on to the top level for the food court.

What we like about shopping in Platinum Fashion Mall is they assigned the shops selling the same thing in the same floor. For example, if you want Men Fashion you just need to visit one of the assigned floor so everything is systematic. On top of that, it is fully air conditioned and they have cafes in between so the men can rest while the women can shop.

This is a wholesale shopping mall so again buying things in bulk of three items are cheaper. The mall close at 7 pm and you can spend the whole day shopping here. This is the most popular wholesale mall in Bangkok right now.

How to go to Platinum Fashion Mall 

The best way to visit Platinum Fashion Mall is by taxi.

The Platinum Fashion Mall Address, Contact and Map:

Petchburi Road, ThanonPetchburi, Ratchthevi

Phone: 02-121-8000, Fax: 02-121-9009



Day Two – Friday Evening

As we mentioned earlier, the whole day will be focusing in Pratunam area in the evening, we recommend three night markets in the area. There are three night markets in Pratunam for you to choose or you can visit them all.


1)The Platinum Mall Night Market

After Platinum Fashion Mall closes at 7pm, just walk out to their brand new initiative, the Platinum Mall Night Market. The location of the night market is right in front of the building and there are 40 shops selling different items such as fashion, accessories and food.

Probably the smallest night market ever in Bangkok, you can take a look or peep what they selling before head on to your hotel or to the next night market nearby.


The Platinum Mall Night Market Opening Hours:

7-11 pm daily

2)Palladium Night Market

Palladium Night Market is the second night market we recommend in Pratunam. We stumbled upon this night market by chance when we went to Platinum Mall Night Market. The night market is located outside of Palladium World Shopping Centre opposite Platinum Shopping Mall and Amari Watergate Hotel. They are located at the same street of Centara Watergate Pavilion Hotel in Pratunam.

In short, you just need to walk across the main road and you will reach Palladium Night Market. You can use the pedestrian bridge, no point risking your life crossing the roads illegally.

Unlike other night markets, the Palladium Night Market stalls offer many DIY products. You can personalised your own bags or clothes with unique letterings and cute icons. We personalised a few clothes for our boys too.

The stalls offer many accessories on top of fashion and we really like their DIY personalised products. It is really good for souvenirs and as usual the prices are very affordable.

Palladium Night Market Opening Hours

6pm to 11pm daily


Palladium Night Market Address and GPS Coordinate:

Ratchaprarop Rd, Makkasan, Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand

GPS Coordinate: 13.750506, 100.541273
3)Talad Neon Bangkok Latest Night Down Town Market

This is the latest night market and they will be opening on 1st December 2016. It is called Talad Neon and it will be opening in between Phetchaburi Road Soi 23 and 29. Talad Neon simply means Downtown Night is owned by the same owner of Platinum Mall and this will be their first new outdoor night market venture in Pratunam. They are located next to Palladium Night Market and we will update once we have actual pictures and status of the night market.

Talad Neon Bangkok Address and Contact:

ถ.เพชรบุรี เขตราชเทวี

Bangkok, Thailand

Tel: +66 2 121 8000

GPS: 13.749751, 100.543779

Take a taxi, Grab or Uber back to your hotel, rest as there will be more shopping on the weekends. Remember to check if there is any room left in your luggage so you can buy a new one on the weekend!


Day Three – Saturday

Enjoy your morning in the hotel with breakfast. Saturday will be focusing in the Chatuchak and Lat Phrao area. Just in case you have no more space in your luggage, just go and buy a new one! It is Saturday and let’s go shopping again, don’t stop the music!

Day Three – Saturday Morning

1)Union Mall

Union Mall is located near Chatuchak and it is ideal to visit the mall first as it is air conditioned before you visit the weekend market. It can be easily accessible via the MRT Subway.

This shopping mall is small but it has many unique boutique stalls. Some called this mall hipster mall as the mall caters to the younger crowd and it is not as busy like the other popular shopping mall. The design here is good for teenager, young working adults and you can find many beautiful evening and wedding dresses here at reasonable price.

The boat noodle and the Thai restaurant in this mall is a must visit and must try. Expect to spend hours venturing the mall here and this is not a wholesale mall but you can always try your luck to test your bargaining skills.

How to go to Union Mall

The best way to visit Union Mall is via MRT (Subway). Stop at MRT Phahon Yothin and the mall is just next to Exit 5.

Union Mall Address:

54 ซอย 1 Chom Phon, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900, Thailand


Day Three – Saturday Afternoon

1)Chatuchak Weekend Market

Chatuchak is the world’s largest weekend market and if you plan to venture the market, you need to take days. After Union Mall, you can spend your afternoon here. They have directory boards at many places so you can locate what you plan to buy easily. There are many on ground staffs in the market and the sections are segmented and quite easy to find if you follow the map.

Many of the locals will come here to get their stock. This is the place for most locals to sell their own items. You can find local fashion boutiques, arts, crafts and almost everything in Chatuchak.

There are shipping companies like Fed Ex and DHL so you can ship back your shopping items from here. Some people choose and purchase the furniture here and shipped to their respective countries.

Please take note that you can really spend hours and days in Chatuchak Weekend Market. The market is also notorious for pickpockets so please take care of your belongings. There are signs and people telling you to be careful of your bags. Most of these pickpockets are not locals.

There are plenty of food available in Chatuchak Weekend Market.

2) JJ Mall

JJ Mall is a shopping complex located next to Chatuchak Weekend Market. For those who are dehydrated, you can visit the mall for a short break. The mall is fully air conditioned and you can find some hidden gems in one of the shops here.

We use to shop in one of the local fashion boutique here selling Japanese inspired design T-Shirts. You can find a couple of popular fast food restaurants here too.

JJ Mall opens from 10.30 am until 8 pm daily and you can hang out and chill in this morning before the evening.

JJ Mall Address:

588 Kampaeng Phet 2 Rd,Chatuchak,Bangkok, 10900, Thailand

Phone: +66 2 618 3333


Day Three – Saturday Evening

Saturday evening will be focusing on Pratunam and Lat Phrao area for night markets. We have listed a few options for you to choose.

1) JJ Green Night Market

JJ Green Night Market is also known as Jatujak Green Night Market and they are visible from the BTS Mochit Station. It is just across the road from Chatuchak and it is not a huge night market.

This is the nearest night market to Chatuchak and you can find vintage items here as well as some real good deals.

There are food stalls and restaurants in this night market. Expect to spend less than hour venturing and shopping in JJ Green Night Market.

JJ Green Night Market Address, GPS Coordinate and Contact:

1 Kamphaeng Phet 3, Chatuchak

Tel: +66(0)92-461-5951

GPS Coordinate: 13.804842, 100.551781


2) Hua Mumm Night Market

Hua Mumm Night Market is getting bigger and there are more things to see and shop. This is quite far from Chatuchak but not as far as Talad Rod Fai 3 Kaset Nawamin.

What we like about this market is most of the customers here are locals. The night market is not that touristy and the things here are very reasonable in pricing.

We found quite a lot of good deals here in our last trip here and we always recommend our readers to come here.

There are restaurants and food stalls here and some of the local food here is really good. Hua Mumm night market is always on our list if we are in the Chatuchak area.

How to go to Hua Mumm Market Lat Phrao?

Exit in MRT Lat Phrao and take a taxi to Hua Mumm Market. You also can take a taxi from Chatuchak. Tell the taxi driver it is near The Walk Kaset Nawamin for easier reference.

Hua Muum Market Lat Phrao Address, Map and GPS:

11 Kaset-Nawamin Rd, Lat Phrao, Bangkok 10230

GPS Coordinate: 13.827002, 100.626376


3) ArtBox Chatuchak Park

The most popular pop up night market ArtBox is opened now in Chatuchak Park. The new location is near MRT Kamphaeng Phet Station Exit 1. This new venue at Chatuchak Park is near Chatuchak and this will make a good reason for you to visit the night market.

Many locals love the concept of ArtBox and it is one of the most hipster night markets around. You can find a good mixture of locals and tourists visiting ArtBox.

There are plenty of things to shop and many good food to eat. Please take note that ArtBox Chatuchak Park will open until 30th April 2017. 

How to go to ArtBox Chatuchak Park:

The best way to visit ArtBox Chatuchak Park is via MRT. Take the MRT Train (subway) to MRT Kamphaeng Phet Station Exit 1. In our opinion, this is the cheapest and best way to visit ArtBox Chatuchak Park.

You can always take a taxi, Uber or Grab to this new ArtBox Chatuchak Park but MRT will beat the traffic.

ArtBox Chatuchak Park Address:

กำแพงเพชร, Bangkok, Thailand 10900


4) Talad Rod Fai 3 Kaset Nawamin

Further down the road is Talad Rod Fai Market 3 or Train Night Market 3, the latest train night market in Bangkok. It is not as huge as Talad Rod Fai Market 1 and similar in size with Talad Rod Fai Market 2.

Talad Rod Fai 3 Kaset Nawamin is quite a distance from MRT Lat Phrao and the last time we went there (in September) only 60 – 70% of the stalls are open. The decision for you to visit this night market is up to you but as we mention it is quite far away.

How to go to Talad Rod Fai 3 Kaset Nawamin

The nearest train station is MRT Lat Phrao and you can take a taxi from there. You can also take taxi from the city but it will cost more. Remember this is the latest Talad Rod Fai Market so many people still do not know about this place.

Get the latest information on the Talad Rod Fai 3 Kaset Nawamin at https://www.facebook.com/taradrodfi.KasetNawamin

Day 4 – Sunday

There are three shopping places you can visit depending on your flight schedule. If you are going back in the evening, you can have the choice to shop in any of the three recommended shopping places before you fly back.

Day Four – Sunday Morning

We recommend two places to visit for Sunday morning for your quest in shopping.

1)Bobae Tower

Bobae Market has been around for more than 30 years and the Bobae Tower is the pioneer version of Platinum Mall. It is a shopping mall, it is air conditioned and it is the older version of Platinum Mall. 

Bobae Tower houses 1300 shops over 6 storeys of shops and one level of food court while the tower is occupied by Prince Palace Hotel and it is located near Bobae Market (within walking distance). 

It is a wholesale shopping mall most of the things here are sold in bulk of three and above. Some argue that the design you can find in Bobae Tower is outdated but we do have friends who enjoyed shopping here.

This is quite a huge mall so you can expect spending hours venturing Bobae Tower.

How to go to Bobae Tower

Take the train to National Stadium BTS Stadium and take a taxi to Krungkasem Road. It will take at least 15 minutes depending on traffic.

Bobae Tower Address and Contact:

488/800 Bobae Tower, Damrongrak Rd.,

Klong Mahanak, Pomprab, Bangkok 10100 Thailand.

Tel : (662) 628-1999, 628-1888

2)Sam Peng Yaowarat Wholesale Market in Chinatown

Sam Peng Yaowarat Wholesale Market is located in Chinatown Bangkok and one of Bangkok best kept secret. The Sam Peng Yaowarat Wholesale Market is a long stretch of wholesale market of stalls and shops at Yaowarat Road and Sam Peng Lane so that’s how you get both names in the same market.


It is an outdoor market and there are sections of the wholesale market selling different items. You can find clothing, fabrics, jewellery, accessories and many more in this wholesale market. This is the girls shopping haven and you might spend the whole afternoon here.

How to go to Chinatown Sam Peng Yaowarat Wholesale Market

The best way to get to Chinatown Sam Peng Yaowarat Wholesale Market is by taxi.

Chinatown Sam Peng Yaowarat Wholesale Market Address and GPS:

381-383 Yaowarat Rd

Khwaeng Samphanthawong, Khet Samphanthawong, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10100

GPS: 13.740734, 100.509244

Day Four – Sunday Afternoon & Evening

1)MBK Center

MBK Center or also known as Mahboonkrong is one of the top shopping malls in Bangkok. It is one of those shopping malls that you can find almost everything under roof. Hence, the locals as well as tourists love MBK Center.

MBK Center was opened in 1985 and it was the biggest mall in Asia. It is located near the National Stadium BTS Station as well as walking distance to Siam Discovery and Siam Paragon shopping mall.

We usually come here for the Thai local dried food and some of the local produce. This mall has plenty to offer and you just need to walk and shop. You can easily spend the whole day here. Jose Mourinho was spotted here last year shopping for handphone casing.

How to go to MBK Center?

MBK Center is located next to National Stadium BTS Stadium. This is the most convenient way to visit MBK Center.

MBK Center Address:

444 Phayathai Rd, Bangkok, Pathumwan 10330, Thailand


2)Terminal 21 Shopping Mall

We believe many people has visited Terminal 21 Shopping Mall for the past few years. It is one of the most unique concept malls in Thailand. Each and every single floor in this mall represents a city. You get the whole floor with themes such as Paris, Rome, Tokyo and London.

You get plenty of different shops selling different things depending on the theme. The things here might not be as cheap as the wholesale market but you get many good local designers clothing as well as other things here.

Not forgetting the Pier 21 food court is probably the cheapest food court in Bangkok. Pier 21 is the food court where the best food stalls in Bangkok meet. The food prices at Pier 21 are as cheap as street food. Most of the food item here are less than THB 50 per plate which is a steal.

Terminal 21 Shopping Mall also boast to have one of the prettiest toilets in Thailand. All the toilet system comes with bidet system similar to the ones in Japan. You can spend hours shopping and venturing the mall.

How to go to Terminal 21 Shopping Mall

The best way to visit Terminal 21 Shopping Mall is via Sukhumvit BTS Station and Asok MRT Station (via Skywalk)

MRT: Sukhumvit

BTS: Asok (direct access via Skywalk)

Terminal 21 Shopping Mall Location:

Sukhumvit Road (between Soi 19 and 21)


3)Central World Bangkok

Central World Bangkok is one of the malls we often visit. It is a huge mall and you can find many good deals. If you look for International brands, Central World Bangkok is one of the places you should visit.

Remember to apply for One Card to get more discount and remember you need to spend THB 2000 in a single receipt to quality for VAT returns.

Check out their seasonal sales in Central World Bangkok and you can really find good deals here.

Remember to check out the restaurants here as you can find many good food in this mall. Popular restaurants like After You and Bake Cheese Tart are located in Central World Bangkok. You can spend hours checking out the shops here as the mall is huge.

During December, there will be beer gardens in front of the mall with live music playing every night. Their Christmas decorations is one of the best in the city too.


How to go to Central World Bangkok?

The mall is located in between BTS Siam and BTS Chit Lom Station. You can walk to the mall throught the sky walk in between both BTS Siam and BTS Chit Lom Station. It will take a good ten minutes of walking to Central World Bangkok.

Central World Bangkok Address:

999/9 Rama I Rd, Khwaeng Pathum Wan, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand


Day 5 – Monday

We will recommend you to pack your luggage in your hotel and get ready to the airport. Remember to pack everything and don’t leave anything behind. Sometimes traffic jam is unexpected in Bangkok so go to the airport early. Both Don Mueang International Airport and Suvarnabhumi Airport offers really awesome deal in their duty-free shops. If you have to claim your VAT refunds, remember to stamp your forms before you enter the immigration and custom and get your refund after that. If you miss stamping your forms, you will not able to claim back your VAT refunds. VAT refunds is applicable to purchase in single receipt for amount more than THB 2000. Just be in the airport early.

The difference between this and the previous Bangkok shopping itinerary is we skipped the Chatuchak Night Market and switching the days of visiting Pratunam and Chatuchak. We included more night markets as well as shopping mall recommendations in this itinerary. Thus, you get more variations for shopping destinations. Bookmark and share this story if you find our itinerary useful. Thank you for reading and remember to follow our Instagram @placesandfoods for our food and travel pictures. Check all our stories on Bangkok at All About Bangkok – Recommendations, Food, Shopping, Hotels


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