Pattaya Beach Shopping

Where to Shop and What to Buy in Pattaya Beach

For souvenirs, beach essentials and tack, hit the beachfront stalls which line the southern stretch of Beach Road (south of Central Pattaya Road). Open all day and late into the night, goods here reflect a diverse array of enthusiasms: fake football shirts, surf shorts, bikinis, flick-knives, ethnic crafts, Buddha statues, rude T-shirts, hardcore porn DVDs, stun guns, and even samurai swords.
Here and along nearby Sois, the space not taken up by beer bars, restaurants, banks and convenience stores, is filled by travel shops, tattoo parlours and tailors. Usually loitering with let-me-sell-you-a-cheap-suit intent is a savvy Thai or Indian male vendor with a cannygift for guessing where you hail from and greeting you in your native idiom: “Alright mate!', “G'day!'etc, etc. If you decide to get measured up, go for at least two fittings and don't confuse good price with a good quality end-product.


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Pattaya Avenue Shopping Mall Avenue Shopping Mall

The Avenue Shopping Mall is a popular alternative to the larger indoor malls found in Pattaya, with a modern, open-air design, some great value factory outlet stores and range of entertainment options. Read More...

 
Royal Garden Plaza on Beach Road Royal Garden Plaza

Royal Garden Plaza was the originator of the ‘entertainment mall’ concept in Pattaya, bringing together family attractions and activities, a selection of restaurants, and international brand shopping. Read More...

Central Festival Shopping Mall Central Festival Shopping

Central Festival Shopping Mall is the flagship shopping destination in Pattaya and is constantly popular with a varied mix of tourists and locals who flock there for the international brand clothing, varied eating options and all-weather entertainment Read More...


 

All Shopping in Pattaya Beach

Best Supermarket

A western-oriented supermarket also with a full range of Thai goods located on North Pattaya near the dolphin roundabout. Open from 07:00 to 02:00, it has good selections of meat, cheese, bread, and wine, but a limited range of produce.  

Opening Hours: 24 Hours
Location: 179/178 North Pattaya (near the Dolphin Roundabout)

Big C

This local superstore chain has two outlets in Pattaya: one in Central Centre Pattaya and one on South Pattaya Road. The supermarket sections of Big C have excellent seafood.  

Opening Hours: 09:00 – 23:00
Location: 78/12 Central Centre Pattaya Second and 565/41 Sukhumvit Road

Carrefour

A French owned superstore on Central Pattaya Road between Third Road and Sukhumvit Road. Similar in style and concept to Big C and Tesco Lotus, it opens early and closes at midnight. The supermarket section has an excellent and reasonably priced bakery. 

Opening Hours: 09:00 – 24:00
Location: 333 Central Pattaya Road

Central Festival Shopping Mall

Central Festival Shopping Mall is the flagship shopping destination in Pattaya and is constantly popular with a varied mix of tourists and locals who flock there for the international brand clothing, varied eating options and all-weather entertainment, such as a cinema, bowling and children’s arcade. With a beachfront location and glass-paneled façade, Central Festival feels miles away from the cheap trinkets and polyester ‘Bad Boys Go To Pattaya’ T-shirts found in the stalls surrounding the mall on either side. Opened in 2009, the modern, ocean-facing design gives visitors a panoramic view of Pattaya Bay, which is an eye-catching backdrop to an afternoon’s shopping. Read More...

Central Centre Pattaya

A mall located on Second Road across from Soi 2, it has a Big C superstore, IT shops, and numerous other places to part with your money. There are cinemas on top, usually with movies in English. 

Opening Hours: 09:00 – 23:00
Location: 8/12 Second Road, North Pattaya

Foodland

The Pattaya branch of this popular Bangkok supermarket specialising in imported groceries is located on Central Pattaya Road, near the intersection with Sukhumvit Road. If you long for a food item from your homeland, you are likely to find it here.  

Opening Hours: 24 Hours
Location: Middle Road, Central Pattaya

La Casa Del Habano

Situated at the entrance of Pattaya Marriot Resort & Spa on Second Road, La Casa Del Habano houses some of the finest Havana cigars, single malt whiskies and cigar accessories. Friendly and knowledgeable staff are here to provide advice on cigar. 

Opening Hours: 11:00 – 23:00
Location: 218/2-4, Second Road, Pattaya Marriott Resort & Spa Contact: +66 (0) 38 412 120 – 3 Etx. 1881

Mike Shopping Mall

This five-storey mall, one of the first in Pattaya, spans the entire street block that stretches from Beach Road to Second Road, with entrances on both sides. There’s the department store and plaza area with smaller shops and vendors selling beachwear, hardware, electronic equipment, shoes, stationery, and more. On the fifth floor is an inexpensive food court with a selection of Thai and international offerings. Read More...

Opening Hours: 11:00 – 23:00
Location: 262 Between Soi 11 and 12 Beach Road, South Pattaya

Pattaya Avenue

The Avenue Shopping Mall is a popular alternative to the larger indoor malls found in Pattaya, with a modern, open-air design, some great value factory outlet stores and range of entertainment options. Pattaya Avenue is most accurately described as a lifestyle mall because of its blend of shops on the lower floors with bars, restaurants, a bowling alley and a cinema complex higher up. Located in Central Pattaya on 2nd Road, it’s easy to find behind Mike’s Shopping Mall and a short walk from Royal Garden City. Read More...

Royal Garden Plaza

Royal Garden Plaza was the originator of the ‘entertainment mall’ concept in Pattaya, bringing together family attractions and activities, a selection of restaurants, and international brand shopping, and it is still a blast of fresh, air-conditioned air to the beach city’s shopping scene. Occupying the full block between Beach Road and 2nd Road in Central Pattaya, the mall can be accessed from either side, but for the most impressive facade, go to the 2nd Road entrance and walk underneath the eye catching mock airplane that is half hanging out of the upper floors of the shopping centre. The plane belongs to Ripley’s Believe It or Not, a museum of oddball finds, unique curios and a central attraction at the mall. Read More...

Tesco-Lotus

The UK's entrant in the superstore segment has two outlets in Pattaya, both are open from 09:00 to 23:00. One can be found on North Pattaya Road, just east of the Dolphin roundabout and the other out on Sukhumvit Road at Moo 12. The supermarket sections are large and loaded with excellent produce.  

Opening Hours: 09:00 – 23:00
Location: 221/19 North Pattaya Road (near the Pattaya – Bangkok Bus Terminal)

Tops

This ubiquitous Thai supermarket has an outlet in P.S. Plaza at the Central Pattaya Road and Second Road intersection. Its food court is open 24 hours a day. 

Opening Hours: 24 Hours
Location: Pattaya Second Road and Central Pattaya Road

Tuk.Com

A large mall on South Pattaya Road specialising in IT items, but there are also several places to buy clothing, software and CDs. The prices for electronics gear are reportedly higher than those found in Bangkok.  

Opening Hours: 10:30 – 21:30
Location: 8, South Pattaya Road

Art Galleries

While art is not Pattaya's strong point, many local artists do offer original paintings for sale. In addition, they will often turn a precious photograph into a painting for you at a fraction of what it would cost elsewhere. The galleries tend to cluster together. Several can be found on Pattaya Second Road and on Pattaya Naklua Road. What they have to sell usually represents good value for money.

Bollini Gallery

Location: 215/6 Moo 10, Pattaya Second Road

C.W. Tavich

Location: 59/1-2 Moo 10, Phratamnak Road, Phratamnak Hill

Jaran Gallery

Location: 216/57 Moo 10, Pattaya Second Road

Royal Galleries

Location: 179/103 Moo 5 Pattaya Naklua Road, Naklua

Gems and Jewellery

Thailand is noted for its gems and hand-made jewellery. However, care must be taken when shopping to avoid a scam. Never buy gems from someone on the street or allow a tout to take you to a store offering 'bargains'. At best, what you purchase will be over-priced; in extreme cases, gems on offer will be fake. If you are shopping for expensive items, shop only at established and reputable shop, preferably those that are members of the 'Jewel Fest Club', an organization sponsored by the Tourist Authority of Thailand and the Thai Gem and Jewellery Traders Association. In addition to gems, probably the best bargains to be found in Thailand are the costume jewellery items sold by vendors on the street. Earrings, in particular, are often good value for money.

H. Sengs International Gems

Location: Pattaya Beach Road, South Pattaya

Imperial Jewelry

Location: 325/1-3 Moo 10, Soi Pattayaland 2

Pan-Siam Gem

Location: 218-220 Walking Street

Tom's Gems

Location: 239/2 Moo 10, Pattaya Beach Road

World Gems Collection

Location: 98 Moo 6, North Pattaya Road

Handicrafts

If you prefer to bring home some of Thailand's wonderful handicrafts, whether baskets, jewellery, handbags, wall-hangings, you will find them on almost every street corner and virtually all malls, shopping centres and Thai markets. There are also numerous boutique shops in Pattaya that specialise in handicrafts and 'antiques'. 

Kalad

Location: 7 Moo 6, intersection North Pattaya Road/Sukhumvit Road North Pattaya

Lukdod Shop

Location: 209/10, Moo 6 North Pattaya Road

Lukmai Gallery

Location: 234/4 Walking Street (Beach Road), South Pattaya

Mai Mai

Location: 218 Moo 10, Royal Garden Plaza, Second floor Pattaya Beach

Tailors

Pattaya, like every tourist centre, in Thailand is loaded with tailors. Most are capable of good but not spectacular work, and the result is often slipshod because it is done so quickly. If you insist on at least two fittings and don't expect to get your clothing back in 24 hours, you will get a better result. Also, it is best to avoid tailors who offer incredibly cheap deals. It can't be done without cutting corners. 

Amario Tailor

Location: 229 Moo 10, Walking Street (Beach Road)

Classic Tailor

Location: 215/25-26, Moo 10, in front of Royal Garden Plaza

Giovani Collection

Location: 215/15, Pattaya South Road

Jim's International

Location: 216/48, Central Shopping Arcade, Pattaya 2nd Road

Lord's Tailors

Location: 131/2 Moo 10, Walking Street (Beach Road), South Pattaya

Paul International Tailors

Location: 113/5-6 Moo 10, Walking Street (Beach Road, South Pattaya

Prima Fashion

Location: 86 Moo 10, Walking Street (Beach Road), South Pattaya

Raja Custom Tailors

Location: 110 Moo 10, Walking Street (Beach Road), South Pattaya

Willy’s Fashion

Location: 164/8, next to La Baguette Café, North Pattaya

Thai Fabrics

Hand-woven silk is one of Thailand's great bargains. If you are interested in buying silk to take home, it is best to do a little research before making the plunge. Although Pattaya is not the best place in the Kingdom to purchase silk, there are several shops with a wide selection at reasonable prices.  

Baan Chiang Thai Silk

Location: 78/54 Moo 9, Big C, Pattaya Second Road

Jim Thompson Factory Sales Outlet

Location: 1st Floor, Royal Garden Plaza Pattaya

Pamai Shop

Location: 215/33-34 Moo 10, Pattaya Second Road

Porn U-Mai Thai Silk

Location: 218 Moo 10, Royal Garden Plaza B30, Second floor Pattaya Beach Road. South Pattaya

Thai-style Markets

Thepprasit Market on Thepprasit Road near the junction with Sukhumvit Road is Pattaya's version of a weekend market. It has over 500 stalls offering food and a variety of goods. On Tuesdays and Fridays, Soi Buakhao Market, sometimes called the Tuesday/Friday Market, sets up on the corner of South Pattaya Road and Soi Buakhao. In the evenings, a small market appears further along South Pattaya Road. 

The Made in Thailand Night Plaza found on Second Road near Soi 10 is a warren of small shops offering a variety of locally made products each day from 08:00 to 23:00. The Market Pattaya on Second Road near Soi 5 opened with high expectations and visions of becoming another Chatuchak, but the vision has never been realised. It is very quiet most evenings. 

Walking Street Shopping

Closed off to car traffic after sunset, the Walking Street sees business as usual during the day. The two street sides are sprinkled with shops selling mostly ‘antiques’, jewellery, paintings and souvenirs. But the main highlight is a handful of tailor shops where you can get bespoke clothes custom-made at affordable prices. Don’t go for the cheapest deals or fastest delivery times, though, as quality tailoring takes time.

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