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Top 10 Samui Shopping

Most Popular Shopping in Koh Samui

The best shopping opportunities in Samui are located in the most popular resort towns of the island: from Chaweng, which hosts an impressive scene of boutiques and shopping malls including the giant Central Festival Samui, to Lamai to Bophut to Maenam which respectively host a mellower yet interesting shopping scene, shopaholics can certainly find something for their taste on Koh Samui.

It never hurts to bargain, too - especially in privately owned stores and at markets, although in fixed-price supermarkets and stores it's obviously not a good idea. Have a browse through our Top 10 Shopping venues List to see where those bargains are hiding.

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    Central Festival Samui

    Central Festival Samui describes itself as 'the most complete and largest lifestyle shopping complex in Samui’; with three storeys and around 90,000sqm of retail space, there couldn't be a better description for this huge shopping and dining mall, which is located between Chaweng's Beach Road and the nearby lake. Read More...

    Lamai Walking Street

    Lamai Walking Street (aka Lamai Jai Dee Walking Street, meaning Lamai ‘Kind-Hearted Walking Street’) is held every Sunday on Lamai Beach Road in between the fresh market and the bridge in the northeastern part of the town. For this occasion, the road is closed off to traffic and is full of stalls selling clothes, handicrafts and local street food. Read More...

    Fisherman’s Village Walking Street brings the quiet, sleepy town of Bophut to life every Friday from 17:00 to 23:00. It sees the narrow Beach Road and adjoining streets crammed with market stalls and shoppers from across Koh Samui, with a diverse range of wares available at very low prices. Read More...

    Chaweng Fashion Shopping

    For those looking for beachwear, sportswear, imported leisurewear, and cheap-and-cheerful holiday wear Chaweng can seem like heaven itself. Simply stroll along the main beach road and take in the wonder world that is Chaweng shopping. Read More...

    Lamai Night Plaza

    In the centre of town, diagonally opposite McDonald's and leading to a bar beer square, you'll find a mini-version of Bangkok's Patpong night market. With lots of pirated goods, copied clothes, trashy 'Swiss' army knives, the usual displays of flip flops. It's a fun place to get your shopping in. Read More...

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    Chaweng Walking Street

    Chaweng Walking Street is a riot of colours, sounds and scents. This is where you can haggle for items such as T-shirts, sunglasses, knockoff watches, beach dresses, lamps, sexy cutoff jeans; copied Ralph Laurent polo shirts, flip-flops, bags of all shapes and sizes, carved wooden souvenirs, kids clothing and cosmetics. Read More...

    This is a lovely but rather noisy family experience and the only difficult thing about visiting Mae Nam walking street on Thursday evenings when the market takes place is finding a place to park nearby but this can be circumvented by getting there early before six o’clock. Mae Nam’s walking street is only a couple of hundred metres long but it’s packed with interesting stalls, snack vendors and even mobile cocktail bars! Read More...

    The Wharf Samui

    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. Read More...

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    Samui Hot Club

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    Samui Hot Club

    Samui Hot Club has row after row of colourful sarongs, T-shirts, beachwear and more, all billowing under extra-strong ceiling and floor fans. It also has strict purchasing rules: Customers are not allowed to try items on and once purchased the shop will not refund or exchange them. Read More...

    A veritable treasure trove of silver, gold, gems, trinkets, ornaments and scarves. There are bracelets, anklets, necklaces, rings and earrings made out of every metal and precious gem imaginable. Choose from one of the thousands of pieces in the display cases or you can have your own design made up. Read More...

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