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    What to Buy and Where to Shop in Bophut

    The best way to truly appreciate the many souvenir shops in Bophut is to park outside the Fisherman's Village and stroll up and down the main street that contains the shops and restaurants. Take your time – there are plenty of places to stop for a coffee or a beer break.

    As you head down to the pier there are several T-shirt, sandals and handcrafted souvenir shops but once on the main street you will see fashionable boutiques such as Saona Collection (former Samana Boutique) or Amrapalli which come up from the lot. Bophut is not a shopaholics destination (nearby Chaweng has more dedicated shopping options) yet hosts enough small stores to satisfy the average shopper.

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All Shopping Places in Bophut

Amrapalli

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Amrapalli is located in the centre of Bophut’s Fisherman’s Village diagonally opposite the long-established Alla Baia Italian Ristorante, and sells clothes, shoes, accessories, jewellery, antiques, and also hosts a massage parlour. The items for sale at Amrapalli are colourful and trendy in a chic-Bohemian sort of way; the clothes on display are of Asian and Indian inspiration and mostly for women. The massage parlour offers the usual treatments (Thai and oil massages; facial, hand, foot and back head massages; scrubs, waxing, bikini line, and more) at standard prices (300-500 baht).

  • Opening Hours: daily from 10:00 – 21:00
  • Location: in Bophut’s Fisherman’s Village opposite Alla Baia Restaurant
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Blue Glue

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Part of an exclusive US swimwear brand, this large beach house-style store is one of three in Koh Samui (the other two are in Chaweng) and only four in all of Thailand (the other one being in Bangkok). They stock a wide range of ladies swimwear, bikinis and accessories, some of which are Thai-inspired. The wares on offer have a great unique style and a very fashionable look, which the store’s own sun-bleached beach hut-style décor perfectly complements. As you would expect, this level of quality does come at a not-inconsiderable cost.

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Bophut Fresh Market is among the newest and cleanest of the local fresh markets on Koh Samui. Housed in a purpose-built structure close to the turning for Fisherman’s Village off the main ring road around the island, it has an impressive selection of meats, seafood, fruit, groceries and other products and services available at bargain basement prices. The small food court at the front is popular for its choice of cheap local dishes. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: Daily
  • Location: Route 4169, near Wat Bophut, Bophut
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About halfway along Bophut’s main street you’ll come across the Bophut Plaza – a collection of open-sided boutiques and shops. The opening of the soi is flanked by a Majesty tailor shop with its bespoke shirts and suits and ready-to-wear shoes, then comes a watch shop with several knockoff ‘brands’ (don’t go swimming wearing one of these copies).  Read More...

  • Opening Hours: Variable but mostly from 10:00 – 22:00
  • Location: Halfway along Fisherman's Village's main street
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Elephant Walk Koh Samui is a small night market which opens every night in Fisherman’s Village. Located just a short walk (across the road) from the Happy Elephant Restaurant, it is a fun and quirky shopping experience in Bophut and a good place to find some interesting souvenirs.

The titular walk is not a particularly long one as this little shopping precinct stretches only about 30 metres back from Bophut Beach Road. Most of that space is a gravelled central courtyard with cute elephant statues painted as comic book characters, as well as seating for dining and relaxing and small tables made from empty oil drums painted with national flags. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: Daily
  • Location: Opposite Happy Elephant Restaurant, Bophut Beach Road, Bophut
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Fisherman’s Village Walking Street is a lively and colourful market held every Friday from 17:00 to 22:00 along the main street in Bophut’s Fisherman’s Village. The ‘walking street phenomena’ has gained ground in Thailand in the past five years and most of the main touristic destinations have a weekly walking street event nowadays.

Bophut’s has all the ingredients that made this kind of open-air markets so popular: dozens of stalls selling what seems to be an unlimited list of items from clothing to handcrafted souvenirs to accessories of all sorts, as well as an amazing choice of local street food (it wouldn’t be a market in Thailand without readymade snacks) and even some cocktail stalls! Join this animated and busy weekly market if you are lucky enough to be around Bophut on a Friday, you won’t be disappointed. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 17:00 – 23:00
  • Location: Bophut’s Fisherman’s Village’s main street
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Located on Bophut’s main street, Saona is an attractive boutique aimed mostly at lady shoppers and features original beachwear, dresses, shoes, hats, bags and general accessories. The shop has a tangible Arabesque feel to it, with bamboo changing rooms and tiled floors; Saona is cool in both senses of the word with great fashion accessories and wall fans. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 10:00 – 23:00
  • Location: Fisherman's Village's main street
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Samui Footwear

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For original designs, made-to-order work, superior quality and repairs, Samui Footwear will handle just about anything you request. Allow a week's working and fitting time.

  • Opening Hours: 10:00 – 22:00
  • Location: Fisherman's Village before the T-junction at the pier

Samui Robot Group

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On the Ring Road it's worth making a stop at the 'Recycled' factory outlet shop that sells fantastic Alien and Predator-like monsters built out of used auto and motorcycle parts. Somewhat scary looking (some of them are huge) they're nevertheless testimony to Thai handicraft skills.

  • Opening Hours: 08:30 – 19:30
  • Location: Ring Road between Chaweng and Bophut
  • Tel: 077 414 565, 089 244 9536

Siddharta

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For elegant dresses, beachwear and the obligatory fisherman's pants, Siddharta has well-stocked shelves and items are just that little bit classier than the typical Chaweng boutique.

  • Opening Hours: 10:00 – 22:00
  • Location: Fisherman's Village Main Street
  • Tel: 077 245 014
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Simply Samui Organic Retail store

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Simply Samui specialises in healthy, all-natural products for skin care, detoxing, organic sun protection, lip balms, hair, coconut oil, and all products are 100% natural and contain no petrochemicals or sulphates. Simply Samui has products for men and women, children and even pets! The range of products at Simply Samui is amazing and sure to meet your cosmetic needs.

  • Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday from 10:00 - 18:00
  • Location: 119/19 Moo 1, Samui Town Center, Bophut (next to DBD office and close to Tourist police)
  • Tel: 077 430 648 or 080 141 7156
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Siri

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This compact and elegant shop is owned by Sirisopa 'Toy' Premananda, who originally trained in interior design. She brings an artist's eye to her attractive shop in Fisherman's Village. The frequently changing stock is personally sourced by Toy from around the continent on frequent shopping trips and includes eclectic selections such as handbags from India, China and Malaysia, silver jewelry from all around Asia, designer clothes from Hong Kong, bottled orchids from Bangkok and hand-carved amulets engraved with Thai or Chinese script. Perfect for souvenir hunters with taste seeking something a little different to take home from their holidays.

  • Opening Hours: 16:00 – 22:00
  • Location: Fisherman's Village Main Street
  • Tel: 077 427 540
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The Wharf Samui is a stylish cross between a shopping mall and a marketplace. A 5,000 sqm open-air space with 120 units in a mix of eastern and western historical architectural styles, it blends smoothly with the existing attractions of Fisherman’s Village, adding an impressive selection of good-quality products and services to the already excellent shopping in Bophut.

Opened in December 2014 in a location which effectively marks the western end of Bophut’s Fisherman’s Village, The Wharf stretches all the way from Beach Road to the main Koh Samui ring road (Route 4169), though a lot of that space is taken by an expansive car park. The plaza-like shopping area borders on the beachfront with a selection of restaurants, including Sabeinglae (Thai food) and the award-winning Barracuda Restaurant (European/Asian fusion cuisine). Read More...

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