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Indra Square, Bangkok

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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. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Indra Square and many more Bangkok attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Bangkok trip planner.
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  • Shopping was okay. The food in the food court is overpriced. Not so great. The place is too crowded.  more »
  • Had an terrible experience visiting this place.if you really want to shop in Bangkok visit MBK centre instead....  more »
  • Had a very bad experience here, the market is completely unorganized and it is easy to get lost, with the exception of a few shopkeepers, found most to be rude (I got assaulted by one thai shopkeeper ...  more »
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  • The Little India Shopping Mall There are many shops in this mall which run the business by Indian people. These shops sell various kinds of products such as watches, mobile phone, electronic items, jewelry, casual clothes, footwear, leather, hand bag, luggage and souvenir. Some shops put on the wholesale price tags which are cheaper than another malls in this area but the customer have to buy the full amount of that item to get that price. In case of the shops don’t show any price tags thus you need to ask and use your bargain skill to reduce the price. The perfect time to do shopping at this mall is around 10:30 a.m. because there are few tourists and most of the shops are already opened.
  • This is a good mall with cheap shopping. You can get practically everything here. The price ranges are reasonable. There are offers going on all the time. One also has to bargain here. The bargaining is about 20 to 30 percent only. If you bargain hard you might loose the deal also. Be careful with electronics though. Might get duplicate material and may not get warranty.
  • Great shopping time. Big shopping complex but similar stuffs in all shops. Plus you need bargaining skills, which shall take off your precious time. There is common market next to indra square. You shall find same stuff in cheaper rate there ( go at fixed price shop to save time). Go to nearby platinum fashion mall for more variety.
  • Truly chaotic place with multitude of buses and other large vehicles making this a veritable quagmire - one that's rather difficult to navigate. Shops abound here, offering something for everyone, hence bargaining is more the norm rather than an exception. One of the best buys are the very reasonably priced Thai clothing - especially the shirts & tops. If you have the stomach for large, unmanaged crowds with great shopping deals, then this is the place for you 😁
  • Nice place for shopping at reasonable price. You can get almost everything here. Well, the products are obviously not original. But, still good.

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