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Where to find Kids Traditional Thai Outfits in Bangkok

With so many beautiful Thai celebrations and many opportunities for the kids to dress-up in traditional Thai cloths, to either honor their teachers or participate in dancing or krathong making, just where do you find a traditional Thai costume? If you don’t want to spend hours at the tailors or dragging grumpy kids through the endless corridors of Platinum Mall or crowded alleys of Sampeng Lanes, check-out some of the nest places to either buy or rent a Thai costume.

Sense Of Thai : Thai Costume Rental


Location : Store 2F at Tha Maharaj Mall (~300m from Grand Palace&Wat Arun)
Time Open : Open daily 10:00-18:30

Contact : 094 321 5225
Email : [email protected].
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Location : The shop is at Suan Yai Market, Bang Yai, Nonthaburi The coordinates of Kanchanaphisek Road to Soi Wat Bang Kho. Before reaching Soi Phra Pin 3 and Central Westgate

Time Open : Mon – Sun 10am – 8pm.

Contact : 061 956 1544
E-mail : [email protected]


Phahurat.com shop was established since 2005 to provide traditional Thai products including Thai handmade products, accessories and Thai dresses of all categories such as Royal-style Thai dresses, Thai uniforms, Thai dresses for various social functions for both adults and children. We are situated in Bangkok, Thailand. We are the top-notch expert in making Thai dresses with our own design and tailoring teams. Our strengths include our own design capability for specific and standard patterns. The durability of our products can be guaranteed. Our clients are both domestic and international hotels, tourist resorts, spa resorts and restaurants in Europe, America, Australia and around the world. Best of our past performance is producing 300 set of Thai dresses for the staffs in the 24th Sea Games in 2007 when the event was hosted by Thailand.

1. Rama 9 Branch is located on the edge of New Rama IX Road. next to The Nine department store near the expressway Srinakarin Rd..
Open : Mon – Sat at 9:00 am – 6:00 pm, Sun at 12 am -18 pm.
Contact : 02-369-2369​ 087-008-6646​ 083-600-4242​2.
Email : [email protected]

2. Ngamwongwan Branch Located in a commercial building on the side of the road, next to the I-Wish Hotel, at the Phong Phet intersection.
Open : Tues.-Sun. at 10.30 am -19.30pm .Closed every monday
Contact : 02-005-3180​, 097-131-6255​
E-mail : [email protected]

 Kiddy Plaza Thaidress

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Contact : 0993623232

Line id : Kiddyplaza

Ranpendek Kids Thai Costume

Location : The front of the shop is located on Watcharaphon Road, on the side of the road. Parking is on the roadside in front of the shop, opposite the village of Patio Watcharaphon.
Time : Closed on Mon Open Tue to Sat from 2 pm to 4 pm
Sun open 12pm, – 5pm, Other days by appointment or send online anytime
Contact : 086 360 5365
Email : [email protected]

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