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Chiang Mai Zoo and Aquarium (Chiang Mai)
Chiang Mai Zoo and Aquarium (Chiang Mai)
The zoo at Chiang Mai which was first a privately owned zoo built 1955 was re-opened as a public zoo in 1974 is well worth visiting if you have at lea ...
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Shopping

Shopping

From high-end shopping centres to small day and night time markets, Thailand has you covered. In all main tourist destinations you will find markets open during the day with a large emphasis on the night time markets which is the best time to shop as sun has gone down and is much cooler.

 

Haggling or trying to get a discount is only recommended as low-end shopping centres and of course markets. My recommendation is that if you state a price and they do not accept, walk out of the shop. If they do not agree to the price then you are asking for a price lower than their cost price. If you still want the item, go back and offer a slightly higher amount or match their last offer.

Central Airport Plaza (Chiang Mai)

Conveniently located next to the Airport and easy road connections, this 5 story very long shopping center is Chiang Mai's favorite.   With ample un ...
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Central Festival (Chiang Mai)

Opened in 2015, the Central Festival is true to its name and very central just of the Super Highway.   With all store types plus a massive range of ...
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Chatuchak Weekend Markets (Bangkok)

With a claim to fame of being the world's largest outdoor market, these markets truly has to be seen to be believed.   Best tackled over a couple of ...
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MBK Center (Bangkok)

With its epicenter across from Siam Square and connected above with the BTS Sky Train you will find the multi level MBK Centre.   With elevated acce ...
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Night Bazaar (Chiang Mai)

From dusk each evening local sellers will set market stalls along the footpaths of north Chan Klan Road south to Pantip IT Plaza.   With a strong pr ...
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Patpong Night Markets (Bangkok)

These very cramped famous markets main have clothing and electrical related stalls to purchase from.   The markets are in the middle of a lane/soi w ...
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Platinum Fashion Mall (Bangkok)

The Platinum Fashion Mall is Thailand's largest shopping centre for fashion, with seven levels of air conditioned clothing stores with two thirds of t ...
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Gaysorn Shopping Center (Bangkok)

Opposite the famous Erawan Shrine and just west of Chit Lom BTS Sky Train station you will find the shopping center for the wealthy.   Stores includ ...
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Pantip Plaza (Bangkok)

Just north from Siam Square you will find the multilevel IT shopping center.   With small vendors and big retailers on floors 1 and 2 plus more smal ...
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Promenada Resort Mall (Chiang Mai)

Opened in late 2014 this large mall is split into two separate buildings with walkways joining them.   Situated south of the city and with the Thail ...
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Siam Square and Discovery Center (Bangkok)

Siam Square is to most the centre of the the CBD and with that you will find the large Siam Square and adjoining Discovery Centre.   Close to the Pl ...
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