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Chinatown is one of the most iconic tourist attractions in Bangkok, mostly because of its unique setting. The place is so popular, that hordes of locals and tourists flock to it almost all day and night. From food adventures to bar-hopping, there are so many interesting things to do in Chinatown, Bangkok. And of course, a visit to the place won’t be complete without a session of shopping spree. Here are some of the best places in town where you can find great shopping goodies:

  1. Hua Seng Heng – Chinatown is a popular destination for gold buyers, sellers, and traders. One of the best gold shops in the vicinity is Hua Seng Heng. This shop has been around for more than 60 years, so you can rest assured that the gold items they sell are of high-quality. You should definitely check out their collection of gold jewelry.Related image
  2. Balanna Plaza – If you are a shoe addict, this is the place you should go to. You will be surprised by the number of stylish shoes for both men and women that you can find in this narrow shopping strip. You can find almost any shoe brand here. They sell shoes from global brands like Converse, Nike, Campus, and Converse.Related image
  3. Saphan Lek Market – This is a haven for tech geeks. You can find all sorts of electronic gadgets, game cards, and software programs in this market. The prices are also very low, compared to nearby department stores and malls.Image result for Saphan Lek Market
  4. Sampeng Lane – Although this place is chaotic because of the flood of people walking its lanes and side streets, it’s still an exciting shopping destination. You can find an immense collection of dry goods and souvenirs here.Image result for Sampeng Lane
  5. Itsaraphap Lane – This place is well-known for hard to find items like herbs, spices, nuts, tea, and imported fruits. You can also find here all sorts of locally preserved food items.Image result for Itsaraphap Lane

As mentioned earlier, almost all major establishments within the Chinatown shopping district are open day and night. That said, no matter what time you go there, be assured that there’s always a place where you can shop and dine. If you want to haggle while shopping, it’s a good idea to get a guide who can speak Chinese to deal with the language barrier. It’s easier to find what you’re looking for if you can understand the shop owners.