While Krabi Province is not known for high-end brands, it does have decent options for tourists. Moreover, the mushrooming of large departmental stores have contributed to a sizable increase in the range of sellable products. As a result, Krabi is now home to several shops engaged in selling exquisite souvenirs to bring back home. Enjoy your shopping with a freedom of a self-driven rental car.
Colloquially known as ‘The Walking Street’, the Krabi Night Market is roughly made up of 50 stalls. The shopping outlets sell a wide range of merchandise and delicious street food.
The weekly market that was started in 2013 also gives tourists an incredible opportunity to know more about the culture of southern Thailand. One can also buy an authentic Thai souvenir made by a local artisan.
Also famous as ‘Morning Market’, the Maharaj Food Market opens at the crack of dawn. Bustling with numerous shopping stalls and hawkers, the market remains a busy place all day long.
The entire market compound emanates a fresh aroma of rice, chili powder, fruits, vegetables, seafood, ready to eat snacks, spices, and fresh flowers. You can also savor a sumptuous Thai breakfast at one of the several food joints in the market.
The department store is a massive three-story multi-brand retail hub. While the building’s basement is dedicated to a variety of cheap products of day-today use, the first floor features upmarket jewelry brands and fashion stores.
You’ll find all the leading clothing brands such as Adidas, Arrow, and Levi’s occupying decent retail space on the second and third floors of the Vogue Store.
One of the biggest shopping malls in Krabi, the Big C supermarket is known for its extensive assortment of products. The mega supermarket sells everything, from cheap basic goods to high-end electronic products.
You can also explore the Tesco Lotus and Outlet Village as both the leading stores are located in the close proximity of Big C.