- 1 What souvenirs should I buy in Thailand?
- 2 What can I bring back from Thailand?
- 3 Is Phuket cheap for shopping?
- 4 What should I avoid in Phuket?
- 5 What should you not wear in Thailand?
- 6 What things are cheap in Thailand?
- 7 What can you not bring back from Thailand?
- 8 Are clothes cheap in Thailand?
- 9 What do you have to declare at customs Thailand?
- 10 Where in Thailand is Phuket?
- 11 What can you not eat in Phuket?
- 12 Is Phuket safe at night?
- 13 Has Phuket recovered from tsunami?
What souvenirs should I buy in Thailand?
Here’s a list of 18 Souvenirs to Buy from Thailand: Thai Silk. Thai spices.
- Thai Silk. Source Scarves, shirts, cushion covers, wallets and pillow covers are all hand-weaved using the smoothest threads of silk.
- Thai spices.
- Thai Spa Products.
- Soap Carvings.
- Handmade Bags.
- Thai handicraft.
- Thai Snacks.
- Thai Trinkets.
What can I bring back from Thailand?
10 Unique Souvenirs To Pick Up In Bangkok
- Thai Silk. Jim Thompson originally made Thai silk famous, and his legacy, or silk for that matter, has definitely stuck around Bangkok.
- Soaps and Spa Products.
- Wooden Carvings.
- Home Decor.
- Handmade Bags.
- Thai Snacks and Spices.
Is Phuket cheap for shopping?
Phuket Shopping Malls Sometimes it’s not even cheaper than overseas, but you might spot something you won’t find at home. Now every mall in Thailand has a ‘local floor’ where you can find cheaper local stuff, clothing and souvenirs.
What should I avoid in Phuket?
Things Not to Do in Phuket
- Don’t disrespect the Royal Family.
- Don’t wear your shoes in a temple.
- Don’t visit a temple with short clothes.
- Don’t take Buddha images out of the country.
- Do not touch a monk.
- Don’t point your feet at someone.
- Walk around town without a shirt (and ride a bike)
What should you not wear in Thailand?
What to Wear: Everyday Outfits
- DO: Short skirts and shorts are ok to wear.
- DON’T: Although short skirts and shorts are totally acceptable to wear, you shouldn’t be able to see your butt cheeks!
- DON’T: Wearing a spaghetti strap shirt and/or going barefoot are not appropriate choices.
What things are cheap in Thailand?
8 Things to Do in Thailand for Under $8
- Eat for less than $1.50.
- Party for less than a $1.50.
- Get a massage for $7.50.
- Watch Thai boxing for free.
- Explore majestic temples for free.
- Buy silky souvenirs for $2.
- Exercise in the Lumphini Park for free.
- Discover Thai culture for free.
What can you not bring back from Thailand?
Thai Customs: Prohibited and Restricted Goods
- Obscene objects/literature/pictures.
- Obscene literature and pornographic materials.
- Goods with an improper Thai flag design.
- Fake currency, bonds, or coins.
- Fake Royal Seals/official seals.
- IPR infringing goods e.g. musical tape, CD, VDO, computer software, etc.
Are clothes cheap in Thailand?
For branded goods there is little difference we’ve found between Thailand shopping malls and places like TK Maxx and Outlet Stores. On the other hand non-branded clothes are cheaper and very good value and better made than “copies”. It’s hit and miss.
What do you have to declare at customs Thailand?
Personal belongings in reasonable quantity, which are worth no more than 20,000 baht in total and are not prohibited or restricted goods or food. No more than 200 cigarettes or 250g of tobacco or 250g of all types combined. No more than 1 litre of alcoholic beverage.
Where in Thailand is Phuket?
Phuket province is located in southern Thailand. It is the biggest Island of Thailand and sits on the Andaman sea. The nearest province to the north is Phang-nga and the nearest provinces to the east are Phang-nga and Krabi.
What can you not eat in Phuket?
But there are some dishes you should avoid, whether for the sake of your health or to protect endangered wildlife.
- Luu moo.
- Larb leuat neua.
- Shark fin soup.
- Yum khai maeng da.
- Decorative garnishes.
- Kratom leaves.
Is Phuket safe at night?
Whilst it is pretty safe there are still some safety tips you should be following when you’re in Phuket by yourself. Watch your drink when you’re on a night out. Drink spiking, unfortunately, does happen in Phuket – like most places in the world – so it’s important to not let your drink out of your sight.
Has Phuket recovered from tsunami?
Neighboring Phuket in Thailand was also affected by the 2004 disaster. Thailand’s popular tourism area was devastated by the tsunami. Phuket has since fully recovered and is still a popular destination for foreign tourists.