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Patpong Night Market
offers a wide range of fake goods such as watches, clothes, bags etc. This night market offers many distractions, and perhaps an excuse for many to visit this famous night spot. Haggling is expected

Suan Lum Night Bazaar is an absolute must and a viable alternative to visiting the Patpong Night Market and even Chatuchak as it is not as cramped, has good quality entertainment and food stalls, and sells almost everything you could want from your trip to Thailand. The Bazaar opens around 6 and closes around midnight, it normally has live entertainment such as a live band and a wide variety of food stalls so you can enjoy an evening of fun and shopping at the same time. A definite must for anyone with a shopping list.

Emporium Sukhumvit is an excellent shopping centre and was for many years the best in Bangkok, it has a cinema, and a lot of quality designer wear. They also have an excellent food court at ridiculously cheap prices, which offers diners a lovely view over the adjacent small park. They regularly have very good sales, which are always worth checking out with discounts anywhere from 15 - 80% off at times.

Siam Paragon This is an absolute must for travelers to Bangkok in search of high quality merchandise. As with most other Malls and Department Stores, do remember to take your passport so you can enjoy the 5% Tourist Discount, and also make sure you claim VAT. It should also be noted that the Siam Paragon is home to many of the world's leading designers in Bangkok and while the actual mall may close at around 10:30 many of the designer shops close much earlier, so if you are looking for Gucci, Zegna, LV etc then an afternoon or morning visit is advised. There are also some excellent restaurants at the Siam Paragon. Do try the Blue Elephant where you can choose from an assortment of different food types.

Central Chidlom Despite all the newcomers to the shopping mall scene in Bangkok, Central Chidlom is still easily one of the best. It is another beautiful shopping mall with everything available and some great sales. One of the biggest advantages of this shopping mall is the ease of navigation; it is a store and built as such without the hundreds of shops you will find in other places. If you do go to this shopping mall make sure you try the quite amazing food court - Food Loft - on the sixth floor.
Bobae is a wholesale market which offers mainly clothes and textiles. Items can be bought at very cheap prices in bulk. 

Central Bagna If you like enormity, this is your place. You will find pretty much everything under the sun here and all in a clean new shopping mall. Just do not get lost!
Robinsons Sukhumvit This seems to have gone down hill recently or it could just be that with so much new competition, it just seems that way.

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