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“India Emporium”

Phahurat Market (Little India)
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US$ 64.69*
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Bangkok Tour by Foot, Tuk-Tuk, and Riverboat
Ranked #116 of 618 things to do in Bangkok
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 10 September 2014 via mobile

Outside & in the adjacent lane to the Emporium building is a little street stall selling the best samosa at a very cheap price
Also look for the Indian pomegranate juice, darker & more expensive than the Chinese pomegranates but nicer & richer & great for a boost during the hot crowded shopping spree

7  Thank AlannaJC
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Reviewed 21 October 2013

This is an ideal place for buying TV. Also u will get to see many Indians owning shops. One gurudwara is also there. Thats it. No other words to describe. If u have ample of time then only plan otherwise it will be a waste of time

4  Thank modigautam2000
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Reviewed 29 September 2013 via mobile

This little market mixes indian and thai goods. Come here if you need to buy textiles, jewelry, sari's and other things you would find at an indian market. Close by is a flower market and at the Soi Wanit 1 you have a big market with lots of small shops where you can find almost anything.

1  Thank Birta D
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Reviewed 10 August 2013

Watches were ordinary. Cell phones were knock offs and given current situation in India does not make sense to buy from there. Clothes were ok nothing very fashionable. I saw electronic store and people were mostly buying LED TVs which is definitely cheaper than India. I guess given its rapport, lots of buyers are already sold out to this mall. I did not buy anything here.

1  Thank QQuickTrips
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Reviewed 22 February 2013

This has to be the sari capital of Bangkok! This area abutting Chinatown is chock full of Indian food, clothes and trinkets. We where fascinated with all the vendors supplying street food, clothing, any and everything indian. The smells, the noise and the atmosphere is hectic, but compelling. Well worth a visit.

10  Thank Vic P
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