Shopping in Bangkok
Thailand’s capital Bangkok has never failed to entertain all its visitors. Whether you are coming here to explore the city and learn about the ancient Thai culture or just coming to enjoy the vibrant nightlife and entertainment Bangkok will not disappoint you. Shopping too has been a popular reason for people to visit the city from neighbouring countries. There are certain areas that are popular for shopping. Guests who check into a hotel in Asoke are often in Bangkok to shop their heart away. The shopping in the city is diverse starting from low-end markets that sell clothes, shoes, accessories to high-end malls which stock some of the world renowned luxury brands. You can find many hotels such AVANI Atrium Bangkok located in close proximity to most of the exciting shopping stops in Bangkok, making travelling to and fro from your hotel easy and hassle-free.
Bangkok shopping malls are are towering up in the city with each catering to a different shopper. You will never be disappointed on one of your mall strolls. If you are after a good bargain then check out MBK. On the other hand, if brands are what tickle your fancy then head down to Siam Paragon. To keep up with the current trend your ticket would be Central World.
A completely different experience awaits you at Chatuchak Weekend Market, regarded as the mother of all markets. The size of the market would leave you in shock but also the amount of things available here! Asiatique is another place to check out while in Bangkok as it has married in a night Bazaar and a mall. There are over 1500 shops and over 40 restaurants to choose from under a single complex.
Night time shopping is what makes Bangkok great for any shopper, the city comes to life with all the night markets such as Patpong market and Khao San. If you are tech savvy then the place to be would be Pantip Plaza. It is a heaven on earth for any techno geek.
Caleb Falcon is a travel writer who specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers.