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Where to Get Kids’ Halloween Costumes in Bangkok

Halloween is big in Bangkok! Aside from large department stores and malls, here’s where to source a variety of kids’ costumes and accessories.

1. Enginou

Order online or visit Enginou’s store at All Seasons Place (Wireless Road) for a good selection of not-so-scary costumes for toddlers and kids, including a variety of princesses, superheroes and warriors. The store also offers kids’ face paints and fun DIY mask kits.

2. Petit Mask

Petit Mask offers classic children’s costumes, lovingly made by two Bangkok-based designers (and mums). Outfits for boys and girls, comprised of high quality fabrics and craftsmanship, include pirate, red riding hood, owl, superhero, clown, pumpkin, Beetlejuice and more. Order online via their facebook page.

3. Ri Ta Rae

Located in Sukhumvit 50 (Onnut), this small shop specializes in homemade costumes for kids. Here, you’ll find a good selection, including the fairy tale classics, a variety of animals and more – all great for Halloween or everyday dress-up play.  The store also accepts custom orders, and can produce national costumes for many countries. Please email [email protected] or call 02-715-9945 for more info.

4. Pinata Party Place

With a store in Soi Prommitr, Sukumvit 39, as well as an online shop, the Pinata Party Place stocks a range of spooky costumes for kids and adults, including  mummies, vampires, ghouls, devils, zombies and more. They also offer less scary get-ups, as well as face paint and costume accessories.

5. Daiso

This Japanese chain store is THE place for inexpensive Halloween costumes and accessories, where almost everything is 60 baht per piece. While each branch stocks different things, all will have basic capes, witch’s hats, brooms, masks, buckets and bags for trick or treating, and lots of fun accessories such as fake eye lashes, finger nails, body paint, devil’s horns and more.

6. Toys R Us

With branches at CentralWorld, Big C Rama 4, Fashion Island, Mega Bangna, and The Mall Bangkae, Toys R Us has lots of ready-to-wear costumes for toddlers, kids and teens, ranging from scary to sweet. They also sell lots of costume props and accessories.

7. Sampeng

For the best bargains, head to Sampeng Lane in Chinatown. Here, you’ll come across several shops near Ratchawong Pier with lots of Halloween goods at wholesale prices. One such place is the Roy Raan Shop at 100 Sampeng Lane; they’ve got hats, feather boas, bows, tiaras, wigs, capes, false teeth, hula skirts and much more. You can also find ready-made costumes here, as well as tons of decor, including fake pumpkins, cobwebs, spiders, slime, etc. Near Chinatown, the lanes of Pahurat or Bangkok’s little India, are also great for picking up a bargain. Among the Halloween-themed stuff, you’ll find lots of Thai costumes for kids, ranging from fancy Rama V-era attire to simple Thai farmer’s duds.

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