Thailand Islands

Adventure  Park

 Duration of visit: full day
 Timings: 10 AM - 6 PM
 Entry Fee: Activities cost varies

Thailand is an island living at its very best. Pair that with first-class housing and a satisfying swapping rate, and you have the conclusive vacations location. Amplitude of islands each offers their own individual personality, from hustling markets and marvelous temples to delightful swimming spots, beach bars, and apricot reefs. Whether you’re looking to keep busy coracle, swimming, and scuba-diving, or simply want to relax with a cocktail and mock tail in your hand – you’ll find a Thai island which is convenient for you. These Thailand Tourists Spots have huge number of vacationers sunbathing and swimming on the beach. 

Best Time to Visit – November and April

Best for- Sunbathing, coracle gardens and scuba diving


 Adventure |   Island  Beach

 Duration of visit: full day
 Entry Fee: Activities cost varies

The 2nd place that should be mentioned in the best places is Bangkok which is often called the ‘City of Angels’. There would not be any individual person in this world who would not know about Bangkok and the kind of life you get to observe here. The things that you will see here are unique as differentiate to any other places in this whole world. The city is sorted among one of the most phenomenon places of the world and there are ample of reasons obtained to make you fall in love with the city. The experience that this place has to gift its tourists makes it a place that everyone must visit once in their lifetime and especially in the time of their adulthood. Make your visit worth it by trying all the thrilling things to do in Bangkok.

Best Time to Visit- November till early December.

Best for- Shopping and nightlife.

Wat Pho 

 Adventure |   WaterPark  Beach

 Duration of visit: full day
 Entry Fee: Activities cost varies

Wat Pho (the Temple of the lean back Buddha), is right behind the Temple of the Emerald Buddha – it’s a not to be missed location for any first-time visitor to Bangkok. As one of the biggest temple networks in the city, it’s popular for its huge lean back Buddha that is 46 meters long, enclosed in gold leaf.  Wat Pho is the best place to get a traditional Thai massage. It’s often regarded as the major school of massage in Thailand. It provides a relaxing atmosphere.

Location: 2 Sanam Chai Rd, Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200, Thailand

Opening hours: Daily from 8am to 6.30pm


 Adventure |   WaterPark  Beach

 Duration of visit: full day
 Entry Fee: Activities cost varies

Bangkok's Chinatown is a colourful, tropical and elegantly frenzied area, covered with market stalls and probably the highest gathering of gold shops in the city. Chinatown Bangkok is both famous tourist glamour and a haven for original Chinese cuisine. Local glutton often gathers here after sunset to explore the vibrant street-side restaurants and vendors. The energy coming from its countless rows of market stalls and wooden shop-houses is plain epidemic – it will keep you wanting to come back for more. Plan your visit during big festivals, like Chinese New Year, to see Bangkok's Chinatown at its best.

Location: Yaowarat Road, Sampanthawong, Bangkok 10100, Thailand

Sky Bar Bangkok

 Adventure |   WaterPark  Beach

 Duration of visit: full day
 Entry Fee: Activities cost varies

Sky Bar possesses extensive views from the top of State Tower, one of Bangkok's tallest buildings. With its highly observable golden dome, the bar is folded away in a corner of the top-notch, open-air Sirocco restaurant on the 64th floor. Sky Bar's counter is lightening up and changes colour every few minutes. Sky Bar is where you would find some of the perfect live jazz in Bangkok. Also situated at the Dome is Distil, another place where everyone likes to be seen. Part DJ bar, part smoking lounge, Distil provides best chilled Scotches like Macallan and Glenmorangie, accompanied by a small carafe of genuine Scottish water.

Location: Lebua at State Tower, 1055 Si Lom, Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand

Opening hours: Daily from 4pm to 1am

Chatuchak Weekand Market

 Adventure |   WaterPark  Beach

 Duration of visit: full day
 Entry Fee: Activities cost varies

Chatuchak Weekend Market is only famous among wholesalers and dealers; Chatuchak Weekend Market has extended a critical status as a not to be mised place for tourists. Its perfect size and various collections of merchandise will conduct any seasoned shoppers to their knees. The market is shelter to more than 8,000 market stalls. On a classic weekend, more than 200,000 visitors come here to sieve through the goods on offer. But if you have one weekend in Bangkok, compress in a day trip to Chatuchak Weekend Market and you won’t be disheartened.

Location: Kamphaeng Phet 2 Rd, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900, Thailand

Opening hours: Friday from 6pm to midnight, Saturday–Sunday from 9am to 6pm

 Jim Thompson's House

 Adventure |   Island  Beach

 Duration of visit: full day
 Entry Fee: Activities cost varies

Jim Thompson’s House is an unconventional yet a fascinating attraction in the city, an American businessman who devoted over 30 years of his life to energizing Thai silk in the 1950s. The lovely garden surrounding composite sits on the bank of the Saen Saeb Canal and houses 6 traditional Thai teakwood houses transported from Ayutthaya and Ban Krua Silk Village. It’s a museum and art centre demonstrating Thompson’s collection of Asian museum piece and Thai silk.

Location: 6 Rama I Rd, Wang Mai, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand

Opening Hours: Daily from 9am to 6pm

 Asiatique:The Riverfront

 Adventure |   Island  Beach

 Duration of visit: full day
 Timings: 10 AM - 9 PM
 Entry Fee: Activities cost varies

Asiatique outstandingly merges 2 of the most famous shopping experiences in the city: a night bazaar and a mall. Around 10 minutes downriver from Saphan Taksin BTS station, this once-hustling international dealing port transformed into a big duplicate warehouse complex with over 1,500 boutiques and 40 restaurants. It's open from 5pm and splurge an evening here is no problem: you’ll have good entertainment surrounding the boutiques, purchasing gifts or something for yourself. You’re also promised to find something you’d like to eat and if this isn’t enough entertainment, nightly highlights range from Calypso lady boy performs on classic Thai puppet shows.

Location: 2194 Charoenkrung Road, Wat Phraya Krai, Bang Kho Laem, Bangkok 10120, Thailand

Opening Hours: Daily from 4pm to midnight

Khao San Road(Old Town)

 Adventure |   Island  Beach

 Duration of visit: full day
 Timings: 10 AM - 9 PM
 Entry Fee: Activities cost varies

Khaosan Road is honored in Alex Garland’s popular novel The Beach, which popularly described it as “the centre of the backpacking universe”. Concluding by the truth-looking travelers who connect here, it's a phrase that sums it up pretty much superbly. On Khaosan itself and the streets either side, you can shop, interchange tales and produce for you next time on the backpacker series. Stored into a 1 km-long strip are budget guesthouses and mid-range hotels, internet cafes, bars, restaurants, massage parlors, travel agents, bookshops, market stalls, tattoo shops and much more. In fact, that the people, peddlers and party spirit have spilt over into nearby Soi Rambuttri. With its carefree, 'anything-goes' vibe, it's completely unlike anywhere else in Bangkok.

Location: Khao San, Talat Yot, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200, Thailand

Opening Hours: 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Pooltime Cafe

One of the best Thailand cafes, the Pool time cafe is most well liked with patrons because of Bob, A-po and Poon, the three citizen raccoons that surplus the beauty factor here. The decor is neo-something – shining colours with stripped down outfits, making the place look like a pool side. This place is especially Instagrammable, but then so is the food – try the Blue Bun burger and the shake with a company for a great picture.

Location: Wattana, Bangkok
Cost for two: INR 1200

Sretsis Parlor

Sretsis is a grandeur Thai brand run by two sisters, and the Sretsis cafe is basically a showing of the same category that is a part of their property. Just like the name, the cafe has a hub on a certain womanish that you will see in East Asia. The namby-pamby floors and sky roof are the least of the heaven like decoration that associates bright colours with a large number of floral wallpapers. Probably the best cafe in Thailand 2018!

Location: Khet Pathum Wan, Bangkok
Cost for two: INR 2500

Big Dog Cafe

Animals are seemingly an enormous part of the cafe culture in Thailand, and the Big Dog Cafe is one of the most admired Thailand cafes in Thailand. The decoration of the cafe is enjoyable, and there is courtyard in the back where you can sit and take rest. However, the place is best known for the unusual breeds of dogs that the owners keep, such as the chow chow and Alaskan malamutes.

Location: Huai Khwang, Bangkok
Entrance fee: INR 320

Mocking Tales Cafe

The cafe is for bore people, and the first step you take in here will tell you why. The entry is lined with fascinating portions and books on black magic. If you feel curious what the idea is, you will soon find out more when you find witches and dwarfs jumping out from under your table. The cafe has a popular bent; do not be astonish to find out God of the Rings dessert and decoration that looks like a squeeze between Middle Ages and middle Earth.

Location: Krung The Maha Nakhon, Bangkok
Cost for two: INR 2200

La Boulange French Bakery

The mark of an authentic French bakery and cafe is the coffee and croissant for breakfast, and in that respect, this cafe, in the heart of Pattaya, is a real winner. The paninis and pastries and patte and all kinds of the French bread that is baked right in the cafe make it one of the favourite Thailand cafes for breakfast and lunch. While the place does not close till midnight, take time out to read French newspapers and enjoy their pastries and excellent coffee in a truly Parisian manner in the morning.

Location: Pattaya-Naklua Road
Cost for two: NA

Reader’s Cafe

This is an amazing relaxing place for people who want to sit and work. Actually, the cafe is top notch with all kinds of books. While most cafes in Thailand are filled with the same old travel books, the Reader’s Cafe is a cheerful collection with old classics and modern hits mixing well with the most wide ranging books on Thai culture and travel. One of the internet cafes in Thailand, the menu here is huge, so there is surely something for everyone here.

Location: Muang Pattaya Chong Buri
Cost for two: INR 1000

Miss T’s Cupcakes

It is truly a miracle that you will find something like this here. This place has the best cupcakes anywhere in Pattaya, and the little shots of joy are the middle attraction for a lot of locals and tourists in the complete region. The place does not just provide cupcakes though, and you can get dairy and gluten free cakes and specialities for your special occassions by special order here. And it surely doesn't end here, as this special cafe in Thailand also provides baking classes and a place where you can get a Thai foot massage.

Location: Pattaya Chon Buri
Cost for two: INR 800

Piratebay Cafe

On the popular Jomtien Beach, Piratebay Cafe is a pirate themed cafe in Thailand, complete with sunken ships, servers in Pirate costumes talking the pirate talk and a pirate themed menu. A great place to introduce to your family, the place is actually awesome if you want to have a coffee or a cocktail, a really surprising combination. Located in the Pattaya City and not so much in the crowds, this is a great place to relax.

Location: Thappraya Road, Pattaya Chon Buri
Cost for two: INR 1200

We Cafe

One for the chilliastics, this is the best cafe in Thailand as far as fresh organic produce is perturbed. Understanding their audience, the place has their own greenhouse where they grow seven different varieties of lettuce that is used for the delectable salads that are the specialty here. Apart from that, vegan sandwiches, wraps and rolls are also very tasty here, and the place is great for an afternoon lunch here. Try the mango chicken salsa!

Location: Changwat Phuket
Cost for two: INR 800

Pikgo Coffee and Zakka

The cozy atmosphere of the place is a really alluring, with the shining colored walls and animal couches really make you want to be a child again. The animal theme is serious, they have hedgehog shaped desserts, coffee froth that is bent to look like a bear and cat and dog themed cake rolls. The place is dountlessly one of the best places to go with your family, and the helpful waiters only make the experience better.

Location: Mueang, Phuket
Cost for two: INR 500

Soneva Kiri, Koh Kood 

Phenomenal Soneva Kiri is the Thailand’s 4th largest but slightest populated island, Koh Kood, in the arm of the sea Siam. One of the most especial and beautiful resorts in the world; Soneva Kiri offers an unparalleled mashup of luxury, climatically friendly design and memorable, the real Thai experiences. The 36 resort villas are amidst the largest in the world. Situated on the idyllic beach or sunny slants in the rainforest, all have outstanding endless pools, impractically chic furnishings, private electric buggies, and flawless service decency of personal servants.

·          Cost- Rs 72465/-

·         1 Double Bed.

·         Entertainment- LED TV.

·         Meals and Drinks- Room Service, Free tea and paid water bottles.

·         Bathroom- Private Bathroom with Bathtub.

·         We are providing a desk, phone and extra bed with charges Rs.200/-

Six Sense Yao Noi, Phuket

Six Senses Yao Noi sets the highest paradigm for island resort living in Asia. The observation to feature and focus on the individual location strengthens the Six Senses brand’s devotion to sustainability. The 56 pool villa living chambers provide bountiful private space and present a stiff way of living. Some fail to notice the phenomenal limestone statues that arise out of the Andaman Sea, providing an idyllic backdrop for days of quiet satisfaction. Natural substances used in the modern structure, together with a stunning island setting and remarkable private service, reinforces the Six Senses faith of generating a typical experiences.

·         Cost- Rs 71,786/-

·         1 Double Bed.

·         Entertainment- LED TV.

·         Meals and Drinks- Room Service, Free tea and paid water bottles.

·         Bathroom- Private Bathroom with Bathtub.

·         We are providing a desk, phone and extra bed with charges Rs.200/-

Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle 

A heaven surrounded by dignified mountains, Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle puts you in a magnificent bamboo jungle close to some of Thailand’s ancient civilizations. Here, you can ride an elephant, take a nature walk, and explore the duties of northern Thailand’s most colorful hill tribes. Four Seasons Tented Camp accommodates just 15 tents, where you can extend in 54 square meters of living space scheduled with leather-and-hardwood shrub chairs, spade fans and a board desk, or calm down your muscles in a custom-made wooden hot tub on the outdoor deck.

·         Cost- Rs 2,16,551/-

·         1 Double Bed.

·         Entertainment- LED TV.

·         Meals and Drinks- Room Service, Free tea and paid water bottles.

·         Bathroom- Private Bathroom with Bathtub.

·         We are providing a desk, phone and extra bed with charges Rs.200/-

Banyan Tree, Phuket 

The Surroundings of the carbonated waters of a saltwater pool, Banyan Tree Phuket is a tropical paradise where the roads are lined with casuarinas and honor, the fields are bright with Allamanda flowers and the Bang Tao Bay always fizzing in sapphire sparkling. The hotel is a magnificent extends of stylish Thai architecture accompanied with every modern service believable. The hotel is supported within Laguna Phuket’s complete community, a 400-hectare former deserted tin mining site that includes 3 km of sandy beaches and is home to more than 30 restaurants and bars.

·         Cost- Rs 33,842/-

·         1 Double Bed.

·         Entertainment- LED TV.

·         Meals and Drinks- Room Service, Free tea and paid water bottles.

·         Bathroom- Private Bathroom with Bathtub.

·         We are providing a desk, phone and extra bed with charges Rs.200/-

Rayavadee Krabi

Located at the heart of the beautiful Phranang Peninsular on the border of Krabi Marine National Park, Rayavadee snuggles carefully in the mid of tropical gardens and coconut orchards against a backdrop of sheer bluffs, rich jungle leaves and the clear waters of the Andaman Sea. In addition to elegance, five-star accommodation, Rayavadee also brags fine cuisine, one of the most especial tranquility spas in Thailand and warm, watchful service. Adjoining by heart stopping natural beauty, the resort is also the perfect Thailand honeymoon location and setting for cherish, personalized wedding celebrations.

·         Cost- Rs 46,837/-

·         1 Double Bed.

·         Entertainment- LED TV.

·         Meals and Drinks- Room Service, Free tea and paid water bottles.

·         Bathroom- Private Bathroom with Bathtub

         We are providing a desk, phone and extra bed with charges Rs.200/-

The Dhara Dhevi    

Enclosed across 60 acres of stunning grown tropical grounds and rice paddy fields in Thailand’s Rose of the North – Chiang Mai – is The Dhara Dhevi. The elegant resort’s architecture draws heavily from the structural and cultural effects of the famous Lanna Kingdom. Long ago palace-like architectures, traditional Lanna-style villas and lovely colonial mansions house royal accommodation, some of the first class restaurants and superb leisure services Thailand has to offer. All of the expansive accommodations feature personal sitting areas and some have their own private plunge pools in the open air.

·         Cost- Rs 23,711/-

·         1 Double Bed.

·         Entertainment- LED TV.

·         Meals and Drinks- Room Service, Free tea and paid water bottles.

·         Bathroom- Private Bathroom with Bathtub.

·         We are providing a desk, phone and extra bed with charges Rs.200/-

Como Point Yamu, Phuket 

COMO Point Yamu is a new Phuket royal resort situated at the tip of shawl Yamu fail to see the Andaman Sea and the considerable lime stones of Phang Nga Bay. Inner part by Italian designer Paola Navone offer a special appearance of modern Thai luxury, apace with a COMO Shambhala wellness retreat and two world-class restaurants for Thai and Italian cuisine. It is situated above the Cape, fails to notice Phang Nga Bay, and pays for a 360 degree stunning Andaman Sea views, but not quick access to personal beach. However the resort does have a private COMO Beach Club on a small island, 40 minutes by flattering boat come and go from the hotel.

·         Cost- Rs 37,896/-

·         1 Double Bed.

·         Entertainment- LED TV.

·         Meals and Drinks- Room Service, Free tea and paid water bottles.

·         Bathroom- Private Bathroom with Bathtub.

·         We are providing a desk, phone and extra bed with charges Rs.200/-

Amari Ocean Pattaya – Tranquility amid the bustle

This 20-storey hotel is structured keeping in mind the Asian ethnicity and was made using polished stones, glass, dark wood and tinges of red. It is one of the perfect hotels in Thailand where while it is all calm, the most bustling attractions of Pattaya are just some steps away. You can check out modern places like Tiffany’s Show, Central Festival Pattaya, Alcazar, Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum, Walking Street and others.

Tariff: Starts from INR 5,600 per night (approx)

Andaman Seaview Hotel Phuket – Luxe with a view

Andaman Seaview, as the name proposed is situated beside the azure Andaman Sea in Karon Beach area. The property is perfect for shopping addicts and foodies, considering the choices of markets and restaurants around. Also, there are remarkable dining areas that serve appetizing delights, liberal spa and beauty salon.

Tariff: Starts from INR 4,300 per night (approx)

Sugar Palm Grand Hillside Hotel – Nothing short of a dream villa

Decorated beautifully with 11 outdoor pools and flowers, Sugar Palm Hillside deserves a place in the best grandeur hotels in Thailand. The rooms come with minibars and the furnishing is gracefully done using glass and wood. When not relaxing in this awesome property, you can pick to visit Kata Beach, which is probably 15 minutes away by car.

Tariff: Starts from Rs 2,700 per night (approx)

Deep Water Soloing In Tonsai/Railey

Deep Water Soloing is one of the best adventurous activity. It is like rock climbing on steroids. It’s a form of free-climbing that involves bouldering and scaling bluffs without ropes, harnesses, anchor points, chalk, or any other climbing gear. The only way up is to climb, and the only way down is to jump from the boundary, whether you’re 10 feet or 100 feet in the air, throw yourself into the water underneath. There is only you, the rock, and the sea.

Free Diving On Kon Tao 

Scuba Diving isn’t the only option for inspecting the coral barrier reefs. If you really want to push yourself, try diving without an oxygen tank. Accept this or not, this sport has attained some serious friction in recent years, making it one of the best adventurous activities in Thailand. Free Diving, also known as apnea, is dependent on one sigh of air and diving for a couple of minutes, down to 20 or more meters, to find devastation, sea life, and coral reefs. The longest free Diving is upwards of 20 minutes on a single sigh, but nobody is envisioning that from you on your first day.

Climb An Abondened Skyscraper in Bangkok 

Bangkok is a home to a forsaken 49 story skyscraper. If you are planning to do this, so do at your own risk-it’s surely not allow to enter and nobody recommend it. There are a group of homesteaders who live in the Sathon Unique and, be conditional on how much criticism they’re getting from the police at the time, and how much you plan to pay off them for, they may or may not let you enter. It is  also known as Bangkok’s “Ghost Tower,” was rejected at 80% completion as a result of the slump of the Thai Baht and the Asian Financial Crisis in 1990.Bangkok is a home to a forsaken 49 story skyscraper. If you are planning to do this, so do at your own risk-it’s surely not allow to enter and nobody recommend it. There are a group of homesteaders who live in the Sathon Unique and, be conditional on how much criticism they’re getting from the police at the time, and how much you plan to pay off them for, they may or may not let you enter. It is  also known as Bangkok’s “Ghost Tower,” was rejected at 80% completion as a result of the slump of the Thai Baht and the Asian Financial Crisis in 1990.

The Grand Palace & Wat Prakeaw

If there is one must-see sight in Bangkok; it's the stunning, spectacular Grand Palace, doubtlessly the city's most famous signal. The Grand Palace continues to welcome tourists with its beautiful architecture and complex detail - a proud salute to the creativity and craftsmanship of Thai people. Within its walls were also the Thai war ministry, state departments, and even the mint. The Central Court is where the residence of the King and halls used for conducting state business were located. Only 2 of the throne halls are open to the public, but you'll be able to marvel at the exquisite detail on the facades of these impressive structures.

Coral Island Tour With Lunch

A paradise away from the paradise of Pattaya, the Coral Island Tour should definitely make it to your must-have experiences in Pattaya. Just a 45-minute boat ride away from Pattaya, the Coral Island will stupefy your senses with its turquoise blue sea and white powdery beaches. Enjoy a day of relaxation and amusement and take part in activities like snorkeling, parasailing, and more.

Timings: 8 am – 2 pm

Alcazar Show

Specially for honeymooners and bachelors, the Alcazar Cabaret Show is your golden ticket to enjoy stunning nightlife in Pattaya. Running since 1981, the cabaret dancers put up a remarkable performance of live music and dance accompanied with an impressive show of lights. The Alcazar in Pattaya has been compared with the alliance of Moulin Rouge in Paris. So, do not miss this one!

Address: Thanon Pattaya Sai 2, Bang Lamung District, Thailand
Timings: 06:30 pm – 07:30 pm

Cartoon Network Amazone & Art In Paradise

     Cartoon Network Amazone

Consider out, chilliastics because you finally have an entire place dedicated to your childhood. For those who grew up watching Cartoon Network can relive their childhood days at world’s first Cartoon Network Theme Park in Pattaya. Slide, splash, and reminiscence the good ol’ days at this exciting attraction in Pattaya.

Address: 888 Moo8 NaJomtien Najomtien, Sattahip District, Chon Buri 20250, Thailand
Timings: 10 am – 7 pm

Art in Paradise

A special take on the art gallery, amaze yourself with the three-dimensional paintings and unique manifests. Introduce your kids to this amazing museum and take outstanding photos creating funny poses in front of interactive illusions like raging waterfalls, dinosaurs, and curio. This place will definitely give you sufficient captures for your instagram feed.

Address: 78/34 Pattayasaisong Rd, Bang Lamung District, Chon Buri 20150, Thailand
Timings: 9 am – 10 pm

Phi Phi Island Tour & James Bond Island Tour Phuket

If you are planning to visit Phuket, do not forget to add Phi Phi Island tour to your list. The bewitching beauty of the island lures tourists to spend a day at leisure on its magnificent beaches. It is also one of the best places to participate in activities like snorkeling and scuba diving owing its gin-tonic waters and colorful charming reefs.

Timings: 10 am – 4 pm

Phuket Fantasea

The legendary cultural theme park in Phuket should be on your bucket list if wish to visit Thailand. Phuket Fantasea puts up a cutting-edge show with elephants and lights that will leave you gaping in wonder. Apart from that, you also get to enjoy a luxurious buffet meal and unlimited shopping. No wonder it is called the Las Vegas Thai style.

Address: 99 Moo 3 Kamala Kathu Phuket 83150, Thailand
Timings: 05:30 pm – 11:30 pm

Siam Niramit Cultural Show

Learn about the history and culture of Thailand in the most dramatic and amusing way. Siam Niramit is an elaborate stage show that features more than 100 actors and 500 costumes. The 70-minute cultural extravaganza will add vitality and vigor to your evening entertainment with the stupendous dramatic performances. It is one of the popular Phuket nightlife scenes.

Address: Amphoe Mueang Phuket, Chang Wat Phuket 83000, Thailand
Timings: 5 pm – 11 pm

Pattaya Night Bazaar

From a basic street market to a fully air-conditioned and organised market, Pattaya Night Bazaar has come a long way. It sells everything that a typical street market should and has some luggage stalls and tailor shops in addition. Shopping is always a bliss when done in the rightful ambiance, a.k.a, the Pattaya Night Market.

Location: Pattaya Second Road, South Pattaya
Opening Hours: 8 AM to 11 PM

Pattaya Floating Market

The Pattaya Floating Market is a charming site to see in Thailand with boats showcasing the traditional products and many other items. Souvenirs, fresh fruits and flowers can be purchased from the popular floating market. For a floating market experience, hire a man-powered boat to get around and explore the luxuriance of the surrounding Thai architecture and beach life. Generally, the boat is big which is sufficient for four people and can be hired for a small fee for around 30 minutes.

Location: 451/304, Moo 12, Sukhumvit Road, Pattaya
Opening Hours: 10 AM to 11 PM


Chinatown is situated in the Bangkok; Thailand has the status of being the largest Chinatown in the world. It holds crowd of shops and stores which deals in traditional and established products, available at the cheapest of rates in the city.
Chinatown is a connection of multiple shops and stores which serve for different products ranging from clothes, jewellery, treasures to food. Therefore you can pick your choice of products from this market and is one of the liveliest places for shopping in Thailand.

Location: 218, Pattaya Beach Road, South Pattaya
Opening Hours: 10:30 AM to 11 PM

Central Festival Pattaya

The largest shopping centre in Thailand, Central World holds quantities of cafes, restaurants and stores in its seven storied complexes. If you plan for a chilled night out in the city or just for some window shopping, this is the place for you. If you like to have international brand names in your wardrobe, Central World might be the perfect pick for you as it has three levels devoted to these shops.

Location: 333/99, Moo 9, Pattaya Beach Road, South Pattaya
Opening Hours: 11 AM to 11 PM

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil and its products are at present the favorites in terms of healthcare and skincare. They are mainly popular among the ladies for its beauty advantage and are available in 100% unalloyed forming as well as in the form of soaps and hair products. Coconut oil and products are present in almost any beauty shops in Bangkok. They can also be found in the traditional markets of the place.

Location: Charoenkrung Soi 74-76, Bangkok
Opening Hours: 5 PM to midnight

The Handicrafts 

If you want Thai decoration in your living room, the handicrafts made by the craftsmen of Thailand are the perfect choice. These handmade items range in categories from their products to sizes and represent the culture and charm of the place in them. Phuket has many open shops where art and handmade items are available. Some of the best street shopping in Thailand can also be found in the Chinatown in Bangkok.

Location: Srinakarin Road Soi 51 (Behind Seacon Square)
Opening Hours: 5 PM to midnight, Thursday to Sunday

Phuket Weekend Market

Impressively large, the Phuket Weekend Market is one of the best places to shop in Phuket. It’s divided into two sections, covered and open, wherein the covered section has secondhand goods for the penny pinchers and the open section has new items like fashion accessories, watches, shoes, bags, and more.

Location: Along Chao Fa West Road, 1 kilometer South of CentralFestival Shopping Mall
Must Buy: T-Shirts and Singlets, Shoes, Local food
Opening Hours: 4 PM to 9 PM, Saturday and Sunday


Thailand have great multiplex for shopping – especially if you’re Thai-size. You’ll even find shops worth your time at visitor’s enticement and outside temples. Thailand is a country where aspect matters very much – and clothes shopping are a genuine national hobby. It is split into two segments, covered and open, wherein the covered department has pre-owned goods for the penny tongs and the open department has new items like fashion accessories, watches, shoes, bags etc.

Location: 199 Rat-U-thit 200 Pee Road, near Bangla Road, Patong
Famous Shops: Shopping Arcade, Robinson and Big C
Famous Restaurants: The Irish Times Pub, Au Bon Pain, Cafe 101, Cafe Nero, Churrasco, Irish Wine & Beer and more.
Opening Hours: 11 AM to 10 PM

Phuket Walking Street

One of the biggest in the town of Phuket, Phuket Walking Street is famous for Thai souvenirs and food. It got a wide variety of food from Barbecued squid, chicken, and pork to fruit juices, ice creams, and khanoms. Moreover, Phuket Walking Street is an ideal platform for beginners to showcase their entrepreneurial skills.

Location: Thalang Road in Phuket Old Town
Opening hours: 4 PM to 10 PM, All Sundays
Unique Picks: Customized T-shirts, Knitted Dolls and Marinieres

Elephant Designed Souvenirs

The Thai elephant souvenirs are one of the most aspire after and well-made designs available for sale. These small souvenirs come in the form of accessories, key chains, purses and decors and are the perfect shopping gifts for friends and family. These souvenirs are available in the market straight from the airport to the malls over the country. If you are purchasing this article, make sure you purchasing it in a large to medium amount as it will cheapen the price and maybe even help with a part of a bargain.

Location: On the Bypass Road in Phuket Town
Timings: 10:30 AM to 10 PM, All days

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