Top 10 Samui Shopping

Most Popular Shopping in Koh Samui

Shopping in Samui is a regional affair: You'll find Thai everyday goods in Nathon, a huge variety of merchandise in Chaweng and neat and original little boutiques in Lamai. 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 Eight Shopping Destinations List to see where those bargains are hiding.

Samui Hot Club Nathon & Lamai

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...

Chaweng Walking Street Chaweng Beach

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...

Buddy Oriental Plaza Lamai

With plenty of parking and appealing post-colonial design, Buddy Oriental Plaza is all meant to complement the Buddy Oriental Samui Beach Resort and does so in style. In the plaza you’ll discover an almost genteel serene-like atmosphere light years away from, say, Chaweng’s almost frenetic pace when it comes to shopping. Read More...


Maenam Walking Street

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...

Fisherman's Village 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. As you head down to the pier there are several T-shirt shops but once on the main street you will see many fashionable boutiques. 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...

Chaweng Fashion Shopping Chaweng Beach

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...

Bazaar Shopping around Samui
Bazaar Shopping Around Samui

Central Chaweng has almost unlimited shopping possibilities especially at night and it might take a long time to cover all that’s available. Lamai's shopping is fairly centralised and diagonally opposite McDonald's you'll find the Lamai Night Bazaar. If you are in or around the Fisherman’s Village, visit the Bophut Plaza. It's a fun place to shop.

Chaweng Street Shopping

Starting from north Chaweng heading south, as most people do on Chaweng shopping expeditions, you will come across lots of streetside stalls selling Tshirts, cheap jewelry, DVDs, knockoff 'branded' clothes, soap carvings, imitation weaponry and a host of other goods you'll not be sure you need or not. Here, there are shops are also dedicated to rolling luggage, lots of flowerpower bags and silk ties as well as beachwear. Read More...

Samui Shopping Malls Between Chaweng and Bophut

Peripheral to Chaweng and along the island's Ring Road you will find several malls and supermarkets such as Tesco Lotus, Big C and Makro. Tesco is home to a wide selection of shops, restaurants, a bowling alley and a multiplex cinema. Big C is another large mall featuring a central supermarket with many satellite stores. Read More...

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