The Oasis Thalang (formerly ChimJae Walking Street and Vanich Walking Street), is a new 150 metres long narrow passage that connects Thalang Road to Dibuk Road in the old Phuket Town.
Rawai Seafood Market started as a modest local fisherman village where you would buy some local catch to take home.
Porto de Phuket is a new open-air community mall near Bangtao Beach in Cherngtalay district, just next to the very popular Boat Avenue.
Fun Friday Avenue Market is a small weekend market popping up every Friday evening at the Boat Avenue on the way to Phuket Laguna.
Villa Market is a brand well-known for its impressive range of high-quality products and imported goods.
The Royal Paradise Night Market in Phuket has around 100 stalls selling items ranging from smartphone covers and sunhats to bedcovers, lamps, and beachwear.
OTOP Patong Market Phuket promotes locally made products sourced from subdistricts (tambon) throughout Thailand.
Banana Walk is a shopping centre and is located just 100 metres south of Soi Bangla on Patong Beach Road, right next to Banana Disco.
TESCO Lotus Extra Phuket was the first major modern shopping centre in Phuket.
Robinsons Department Store has a good range of satellite, brand-name shops, handicraft shops and stalls selling bargain clothing and shoes.
Makro is an international cash-and-carry store that has just about everything you need when it comes to food.
Limelight Avenue is a modern shopping mall on New Dibuk Road, right in the heart of Phuket Town.
Entering Expo, a bazaar-like shopping emporium in Phuket Town, is a little like going to the Phuket Weekend Market but without its extreme weather and jostling crowds. In other words, Expo has all the same goods but is a whole lot more comfortable as a shopping experience.
Super Cheap, just north of Phuket Town, is a sprawling warehouse-like market almost the size of a city block. Inside, it’s stacked high with every product you could possibly imagine and more. Retail chaos under one roof is hard to come by in the west, but here in Thailand it’s very much alive and...
Kamala Friday Night Market is the equivalent of Phuket Weekend Market or Phuket Walking Street at Kamala’s scale.
The Phuket Indy Market is a place locals – especially teenagers and young adults – come to enjoy themselves with an entertaining mix of vendors, live performances and more.
Kamala Village Market is held on Wednesdays and Saturdays, right at a foothill that separates Kamala from Patong.
Malin Plaza is a trendy night market at the southern end of Patong Beach, and it succeeded because it kept in mind that food is the magnet that makes people come in the first place.
Turtle Village is a large shopping and dining complex in Mai Khao, on the northwest coast of Phuket.
Karon Temple Market occupies part of Wat Karon (Wat Suwan Khiri Khet)'s 12,000-square-metre compound in Phuket.
Jim Thompson is a well-known Thai textile brand, with several branches throughout the country.
Banzaan Market in Patong is a modern-looking Thai fresh market on Sai Kor Road, right behind the Jungceylon megamall.
Phuket Walking Street is a night market that takes over the beautiful Thalang Road in Phuket Old Town every Sunday evening.
Chillva Market Phuket is a cool, trendy night market with a somewhat bohemian vibe and an impressive selection of food and fashion stalls.
Phuket Weekend Market is a fascinating jumble of secondhand goods, curios, live animals, souvenirs and a large amount of great local food to sample.