New Bangkok International Tailor
We have started in the mid century as a textile retailing business based on a family management. There were 3 shops in operation; 2 based in North of Thailand and 1 in Bangkok. The latter being actually the feeder for the 2 upcountry shops. In 1969 started a tailoring shop alongside the retailing business. The whole framework turned out to be a successful in-house business.

5-7 Sukhumvit Soi 7, Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Tel:(66-2) 255-3082, (66-2) 655-7453 (66-2) 650-3008, (66-2) 650-3009
Fax: (66-2) 255-3081
Mobile: (66-1) 821-7509, (66-1) 400-2243 Email:sales@bangkokinternational.com

Pierre Boutique
The ideal place for your custom made clothes in Bangkok, Thailand is Pierre Boutique. We have been in business for over 30 years and give new measuring to the old saying that "Old id Gold". We have a millions of satisfied customers all over the world who have enjoyed are excellent services. We have been awarded the Best Tailor Award for the years 1995-1998.

Branch A (Center of City) Intercontinental Hotel Unit L27, Shopping Arcade President Tower, Ploenchit Rd, Pathumwan,Bangkok 10330 THAILAND
Tel:656-0777 ext.3416,656-0110,251-0437
Fax: 662/252-1818
Mobile Phone: 01-620-5330 (24 Hrs.)
E-mai:pierre@pierreboutique.com

:: Clothing

Bo Bae Market
Bo Bae is a famous market located in central Bangkok, popular for its incredibly cheap garments. Located on Krung Kasem Road, east of Banglampoo, Bo Bae is active all day, but busiest by far in the early mornings. Bo Bae is mainly a wholesale market, most products being sold by the dozen or more. If you're willing to buy in bulk you won't get a cheaper price anywhere else. But if you only want single items, you may not be able to buy any at all. Fresh flowers can also be picked up here.

Pratunam market
Pratunam Market, one of Bangkok's garment districts, is the place to go for low-priced clothing of all kinds. The 24 hour Pratunam market is situated by the intersection of Ratchaprarop and Phetburi (Phetchaburi) roads, very near to the Amari Watergate hotel. This is notable as perhaps the best place in Bangkok to buy cheap clothes, fabrics and textiles - wholesalers and exporters buy here, as well as individual consumers. The market is not on the main road, look for the entrances that lead to it behind the shops.

 



The Bai Yoke market in the same area sells the same sort of thing. As well as the market, there are many clothes and textile shops in this area.

A little down Phetburi road is the Nai Loet (also called Nai Lert) market, a kind of scaled down Chatuchak. If you've already been to Chatuchak there's little point in coming here as the goods on offer are similar, but it's worth a visit if you can't make it up to Chatuchak market proper. Ordinary buses 2, 11, 23, 38, 58, 60, 62, 72, 93 113, 139, 140 and air-con bus 12 all stop near all these markets.