28 Souvenirs from Bangkok, Thailand! Explanation of popular sweets, cosmetics for women and miscellaneous goods.

Especially for women, shopping in Thailand can be a real treat!

In this issue, we, who go to Thailand every year, will introduce popular sweets, cosmetics, and miscellaneous goods under $10.

We have actually bought all of these items ourselves, and they are all our favorites.

We’ve also included details on where to buy them and their prices, so if you’re planning to visit Thailand or Bangkok, please take a look.

You can buy a lot of great stuff in Thailand, even at petit price!

★For souvenirs for your company or acquaintances, I recommend shopping online for a smart selection. You can buy nice looking chocolates and cookies for not that much different from local prices. Appreciate Shopping for Yourself in Thailand
Thai Souvenirs at JTB Mail Order

[Under 6 dollars] For company and friends! Thai sweets for spreading around

Dried Mangoes


When it comes to the tropical country of Thailand, dried mangoes are a must!

You can find a wide variety of dried mangoes at convenience stores in Bangkok, and best of all, delicious mangoes are cheap.

The two most famous types are the ones in the photo, both of which can be bought at convenience stores.

The one on the right is sweeter, so I think the one on the left with the mango-shaped bag is easier for Japanese people to eat.

Prices

・Left: 60 baht ($2.02)
・Right: 20 baht ($0.67)

Where to buy

Both types can be bought at convenience stores and supermarkets. However, the mango-shaped bags are so popular that they are sometimes sold out.

If you find one, you should buy it immediately.

Also, you can often sample dried fruits at supermarkets and souvenir shops. The sweetness varies depending on the product, so sample it and find the flavor you like!

Pocky and Pritz with limited flavors in Thailand

Pocky and Pritz are now available in Thailand in flavors that are only available in Thailand. You can buy them for about $0.40 a box, so they make great handout souvenirs!

Pritz comes in Tom Yang Kung and LARP flavors


Both are spicy, so I think they would be good snacks for people who like to drink.

Both the tom yan kung and larp flavors had just a hint of Thai flavor to them, and they were delicious!

Even if you give each box away, it’s only $0.40, so it’s not a lot of money.

Also, the Thai-only corn flavor was delicious!

Price: 13 baht ($0.43)

Pocky comes in mango and chocolate banana flavors

Both the mango and chocolate banana were delicious. The mango in particular had a rich mango flavor that was surprisingly authentic.

This is a souvenir that is easy to give away because it also gives a Thai touch.

Price: 12 baht ($0.40)

Where to buy

You can buy them at supermarkets.

Nuts are delicious and cheap! koukae series


The koukae nut series is very famous among Thai snacks. You can find them in every convenience store and supermarket in Thailand.

There are many flavors to choose from, such as orthodox chicken, coffee, wasabi, and tom yan kung.

They come in a variety of sizes, from cans to small, ready-to-eat bags. The small bag type is recommended for handing out.

Prices

・Large cans: 66 baht ($2.22)
・Small bag: 22 baht ($0.74)

Where to buy

You can always buy them at convenience stores and supermarkets.

It’s like Thailand in the tropics! Coconut chips


Coconut chips are another typical Thai souvenir.

Glendee’s coconut chips can be bought for about 35 baht ($1.18) per bag, making them the perfect souvenir to give to your girlfriends.

The caramel-flavored coconut chips in particular are not sold in Japan, so they have a special Thai flavor.

Price

35 baht ($1.18)

Where to buy

Supermarkets

Lots of dried fruits! Strawberries too

Dried fruits that are expensive to buy in Japan can be easily bought in Thailand for about $1.50.

Strawberry dried fruits in particular are an easy souvenir to give to anyone.

Surprisingly, some people don’t really like mangoes…

Strawberry dried fruits are also perfect to give as a little snack.

Price

49 Baht ($1.65)

Where to buy

Supermarkets

Jim Thompson’s Candy Farm Series


This one is a good souvenir for those who want to give something sophisticated.

Jim Thompson, famous for its Thai silk, has a farm for making silk, where they also make food-related souvenirs.

The photo shows a fruit jelly from the Jim Thompson Farm Series. This series is refined in appearance and the taste never goes out of style.

Pricing

180 baht ($6)

It is expensive for a Thai snack, but the sophisticated packaging and good taste make it easy to hand out at work.

Where to buy

Tops Market

The Tops Market in MBK had a lot of Jim Thompson’s Farm series.

Elephant shaped chocolates


Although it is a standard item, I think that elephant-shaped chocolate is an easy souvenir to give to anyone.

I also received one once, and it was easy to eat together with my family because it had no habits at all.

Price

180 baht ($6)

Where to buy

I recommend going to supermarkets where tourists often go.

I bought mine at Tops Market.

Buy for yourself! Cute Thai goods as souvenirs

Thai Silk


Thai silk is so common in Thailand that you can find it at any market or shopping center. All of them are colorful and have cute patterns.

You can buy cheap Thai silk at the market for as little as 100 baht ($3.36), and Jim Thompson’s high-end Thai silk for about $40 to $60.

The ones you can buy at the market are prone to fraying, so I think it’s better to choose according to the purpose of use.

Price

The cheapest one you can buy at the market is 100 baht ($3.36).

Where to buy

Cheap ones can be bought at night markets, shopping centers such as MBK, and markets in Chatuchak.

Jim Thompson stores are summarized in the following website.
Reference: Jim Thompson’s store list.

Colorful Chiang Mai goods


Colorful goods from Chiang Mai in northern Thailand can also be bought in Bangkok.

Some of the beautifully embroidered small pouches can be bought for 60 baht ($2.10)!

The embroidery did not come undone, and the quality was good. I recommend buying them in bulk in different colors! .

Prices

From 60 baht ($2.10)

Where to buy

Markets in Bangkok and MBK

“Naraya” with its trademark ribbon


The Naraya brand of goods from Thailand, with its trademark ribbons.

High-quality handbags, pouches, and other items can be purchased for as little as $4, making them very popular among tourists!

I actually bought a handbag, and it was so durable and easy to use that I wished I had bought more.

Price

Tote bag 285 baht ($9.58)

Where to buy

There are stores in famous shopping centers such as Terminal 21, MBK, and Siam Paragon, making it easy to buy.

Naraya’s stores are summarized in the list below.
List of Naraya stores

Celadon Baked Goods


Ceradon ware is made in Chiang Mai in northern Thailand. The thin, cracked patterns are very beautiful.

You can find it not only in Chiang Mai, but also at markets in Bangkok.

It’s a little thicker and harder to break, so it’s very useful at home. There are many different kinds, so it’s fun to choose.

price

190 Baht ($6.39) for a bowl

Where to buy

Weekend Market in Chatuchak

Tropical-style basket bag


In Thailand, a tropical country, you will often see basket bags as souvenirs.

At Chatuchak Weekend Market, there is a place where you can decorate and make your own bag. They are very popular among women. (Reference: Chatuchak Market is a must-see for girls who like to shop!

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I made the following bags as originals!

Price

700 baht ($23.55) for the original basket bag, including decorations.

Smaller, more affordable sizes could be found for under $10!

Where to buy

Original basket bags can be made at Madam Kapi, a market in Chatuchak (section17 soi9/4).

You can also find regular basket bags at MBK and other shopping centers and night markets.

They are popular for their refreshing comfort! Thai pants


Thai pants are also a popular souvenir, as they are light and comfortable.

They come in a wide variety of patterns, making them fun to choose from.

Many of the tie pants are free size, so any partner can get the right size.

price

The cheapest ones are 100 baht ($3.36)

Where to buy

Since it is a very famous souvenir representing Thailand, it is sold everywhere.

You can buy them in night markets, shopping centers, and even in stores that are on the street.

Tropical style dress

I’m sure women would love to wear a tropical dress in Thailand.

I also went to the MBK shopping center on my first day in Thailand, got a dress, and started wearing it the next day.

You can buy a cute tropical-style dress for about $10. .

price

200-300 baht ($6.72-$10.09)

Where to buy

Dresses are also sold everywhere. I bought mine on the 6th floor of MBK Center and at a night market I passed by.

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Thai Cooking Kit


You can also buy Thai cooking kits at the supermarket to make Thai food at home easily.

There are a variety of kits available, from those used by locals to the kits provided by a high-end Thai restaurant called Blue Elephant.

If you like Thai food, you can take the kit home as a souvenir to make your own.

Price

Blue Elephant’s Green Curry Set 150 baht ($6.08)

Where to buy

Supermarket (I bought it at Tops Supermarket in the basement of MBK)

Instant noodles


Thai instant noodles are also popular as souvenirs.

They are all spicy, but the spiciness will make you addicted!
You can buy them for $0.20, so it’s good to buy different kinds to try them out.

Price

6 baht ($0.20)

Where to buy

Available at supermarkets and convenience stores.

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Herbal toothpaste “DENTISTE”


DENTISTE is a toothpaste that is very popular among women and has been called “kissable as soon as you wake up in the morning” and “toothpaste for love.

DENTISTE is known as a high-end toothpaste in Thailand, and while it costs more than $10 in Japan, you can buy it in Thailand for less than half the price.

It certainly leaves my mouth feeling refreshed and free of sticky residue. It’s something I could see myself repeating!

Price

165 Baht ($5.60)

Where you can buy it

Drugstores, supermarkets, convenience stores

Hahn’s Rice Soap

Harnn is a leading cosmetic brand in Thailand.

The rice soap made from rice is especially popular as a natural soap that can be used to wash your face and entire body!

At around $8 for a bar of soap, it is expensive in Thailand, but it would make a great souvenir for women.

Price

8 USD per soap

Where to buy

Harnn” at Siam Paragon

“Abai Boobae Butterfly Shampoo” produced by the Thai Royal Family


Abai Bouvet is a cosmetic brand that uses herbs produced by the Thai royal family.

The shampoo with the Butterfly Pea scent is very popular.

Butterfly pea is a blue herb commonly used in Thailand. It seems to be effective in preventing aging and treating eye fatigue.

It seems that many people like the scent of this shampoo and use it often. I love the scent too!

Price

Shampoo 72 Baht ($2.44)

Where to buy it

Drugstores, supermarkets, and convenience stores.

Some drugstores and convenience stores may also carry this product. I bought mine at Tops Market in the basement of MBK.

The perfect way to wake up from sleep! Menthol sticks “Yardum”


This is another souvenir commonly seen in Thailand, the sniffing medicine “Yardum”. In Thailand, you can often see people sticking this stick up their nose…

The stick is soaked in a menthol-like cool aroma, and you hold it up to your nose and smell it.

When you do so, the refreshing smell will help you clear your head and wake you up from sleep.

They cost less than $0.90 each, so you can buy them to give away.

Price

25 baht ($0.84)

Where to buy

You can buy it at any convenience store, drugstore, or supermarket.

You can use them at home! Herb balls

Herb balls are used in traditional Thai massage.

A ball containing dozens of herbs is placed on the body and used for massage.

You can buy them at half the price in Japan, so if you like massage, you should definitely buy some.

It is easy to use, just wet the herb ball in water and squeeze it out, then steam it in the microwave.

Price

About $7 to $10

Where to buy

Chatuchak Market

Mangosteen soap


The mangosteen is a fruit that is said to be effective for beauty.

It is not familiar in Japan, but in Thailand it is often eaten and used in cosmetics.

Soap made from the mangosteen is also a popular souvenir in Thailand. This soap contains vitamin groups and antioxidants.

Price

57 baht ($1.93)

Where to buy

Drugstores and supermarkets

Cosmetics with Coconut Oil


When you think of tropical Thailand, you think of coconuts! Drugstores and supermarkets in Thailand are full of cosmetics that use coconut oil.

You can buy a wide range of products such as hair sprays, treatments, and soaps at reasonable prices, so it’s a good idea to try out a few of them.

My favorite is soap made with coconut oil.

price

Soap 60 Baht ($2.03)

Where to buy

Tops Supermarket

Thai natural cosmetics “sabai arom” available at drugstores


Sabai Arom is a leading Thai body care cosmetic brand that uses plants grown without agricultural chemicals as raw materials.

It has a wide range of products such as botty cream, hand cream, and aromatic oil, and is easily available at supermarkets and drugstores, which is a great point.

It is a popular brand in Thailand and easy to find, making it a perfect souvenir.

Price

200 Baht ($6.79)

Where to buy

Drugstores, supermarkets such as Tops Market

Where to Buy Souvenirs in Thailand – Bangkok

Supermarkets such as “Tops” and “Vichy” for sweets and food


If you want to buy snacks or food, you can go to Tops or BigC supermarkets.

We often went to the Tops Market in the basement of MBK Center.

There are a lot of tourists here, so there are a lot of things you can buy as souvenirs. (Reference: 16 sweets to buy as souvenirs in Thailand! (Reference: 16 sweets to buy in Thailand! A compilation of foods that even Japanese people can enjoy)

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Go to MBK, Night Market and Chatuchak for groceries.


If you want to buy groceries, I recommend MBK Center and the market.

If you are in Bangkok on Saturday or Sunday, you can go to Chatuchak Market, which is held only on weekends, and you can find all kinds of sundries.

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If you are not in Bangkok on Saturdays and Sundays, but want to go to the market, I recommend “Talat Rot Fai Ratchadaw Market” (Railway Market).

The market is open every day in the evening, so you can go any day you want during your stay. The nearest station is the Thailand Cultural center MRT station, a 3-minute walk from exit 3.

Go to “boots” or “watosons” drugstore for cosmetics


If you want to buy cosmetics, go to Thailand’s two major drugstores, “Boots” or “watosons”.

Both of these stores are often found everywhere, including shopping centers where Thai people gather and street stores near tourist spots. When you find one, feel free to drop by. (Reference: 12 cosmetics to buy as souvenirs in Thailand! A list of recommended cosmetics available at drugstores)

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Thai souvenirs that can be bought by mail order

Souvenirs from Thailand can actually be purchased by mail order. You can buy the following items at “JTB Shopping“.

  • Dried fruits
  • Milk chocolate in the shape of a statue
  • Statue Shaped Cookies
  • Thai Coconut Flakes
  • Benjarong Pottery Trinkets
  • Harn Rice Soap

Advantages of Buying Souvenirs by Mail Order

I have actually bought Thai souvenirs by mail order and found the following advantages.

  • You don’t have to worry about buying souvenirs locally
  • You can get souvenirs rather cheaply (about $10 for a box of milk chocolates)
  • The taste is delicious
  • A wide variety to choose from
  • No need to carry heavy luggage locally
  • No Japanese notation, so you won’t know you bought it in Japan
  • You can specify the time of delivery

It’s a little more expensive than buying locally, but considering the time and transportation costs of searching around for souvenirs locally, I felt it was a good deal. .

Be smart about preparing souvenirs to give away by mail order, and enjoy sightseeing and shopping for yourself while you’re there! There is no need to be exhausted by choosing souvenirs to give away.

You don’t have to be exhausted by choosing souvenirs to give away. You can buy souvenirs on the JTB website, so you can prepare souvenirs to give away here.

Look at JTB Shopping for souvenirs in Thailand

Cards are recommended for shopping in Thailand

When shopping in Thailand, credit cards are recommended rather than cash.

The reason is that if you have cash on you when you are robbed, the damage will be greater.

Credit cards can be stopped immediately by phone, so there is less risk. There are many stores in Thailand that accept card payments, so try to pay by card.

While shopping, it is safe to be connected to the Internet


While you are shopping, make sure you are connected to the Internet so that you can do some research.

I have had to give up buying something because I didn’t understand the meaning of the words on the product.

The best souvenirs in Thailand are the petite ones!


Most souvenirs in Thailand can be found in markets, supermarkets, and MBK.

Buy your souvenirs efficiently, and enjoy other things that you can only do in Thailand, such as sightseeing and gourmet food.

For those who want to enjoy local sightseeing, mail order is also a good option.

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