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Indra Square, Bangkok

Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
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3.1/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web
Shop for gifts and mementos at Indra Square, an indoor shopping mall boasting more than 300 stores with clothing, accessories, and electronics. For something more unique, head to the second floor to browse crafts like artwork and toys. On the third floor, get an inexpensive meal in the food court. Don't be afraid to bargain at this shopping center--vendors often hike prices up for tourists, so barter to your wallet's content. Use our Bangkok travel itinerary maker to visit Indra Square on your trip to Bangkok, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • This place is complete waste of time. Shops full of low quality CHINESE products run by INDIANS. Don't waste your time here 
  • Mostly they ask for wholesale and if you ask for 1-3 pieces they ask for higher prices. It's a multiple stuff Mall with Food Court. Mostly Indians buying stuff here 
  • Large super semi wholesale and wholesale garment market. We can find everything at very attractive prices especially in clothing.
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  • Indra Square is a shopping mall that has several floors including over 300 wholesale and retail outlets and all of them abut or adjoin the Indra Regent Hotel. It seems to be mostly patronised by Tourist with many of them being Indian. At the first floor, you will find fast food corners and shops selling fashion products, fashion wears, silk clothing and accessories. On the second floor, you will find more diverse range of products that include toys, mobile phones, arts and crafts. If you are feeling hungry, you can visit the food center on the top floor. The food centers offer a large range of dishes and multi-national cuisine. The clothing stores at Indra market is one of its main attractions. You can find clothes for all age group and gender at remarkably cheap price. On the lower ground level is the electronic market. However, be extremely careful as most of the electronics are fake and don't last long. The mid levels are clothing, cosmetics, knick knacks and artifacts. The rows and rows of shops in Indra mall are truly the most inexpensive in Bangkok.. Even with prices so cheap, you can still bargain and when you buy more than one piece, its even cheaper. At the bottom floor you have some fast food franchises like KFC, Dunkin Donuts, etc. A all worth visiting.
  • Good place for wholesale shopping, a lot of Indians come here to shop! I would suggest to have a good lunch and come to this place. Food here was not as good when compared to places in Sukhumvit, I would suggest you to head back to Sukhumvit for dinner and hotels.
  • Great Market-Style Shopping mall, with many small open shops. cheap prices, clean place. only problem, that almost all the shops are for women: clothes, accessories etc.
  • Different shopping Experience. Toilets not provided with Toilet-Paper nor Water.
  • If you like shopping and have time to hunt for a bargain, this is the place to go for clothing, footwear and knick knacks. An added attraction is the multi cuisine food court on the top floor.
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