By Eric Lim
Thailand souvenirs our online souvenir shop provides a virtual shopping experience for Thai collectibles, ceramics, stamps, coins, woodwork and other souvenirs from the comfort of your living room.
These are the counters in our online souvenir shop. You can take a leisurely stroll (scroll?) through these counters or click on the counter to go straight there.
I have always dreamed of setting up such a shop with beautiful decor and less the expenses of rents, salaries and other hassles. This online souvenir shop comes close to achieving that dream of giving visitors a comfortable and pleasant shopping experience.
Join us and let us take you on a tour of this online souvenir shop. enjoy yourselves.
Amulets Buddha statues
Old photos Old postcards
Traditional Thai dolls
Thai woodcraft – home decor
Clothing & accessories
Jim Thompson Thai silk
Traditional Thai dolls feature dolls in the traditional dress of the various hill tribes and also in traditional Thai dress.
Benjarong is a porcelain made from hand-painted with five colours (hence the name benja or five). But it actually has more colours than five. The porcelain originated from China in the Ming dynasty (14th - 17th C) and became very popular among Siamese royalty during the Rattanakosin period (the Bangkok era).
Some of these old Thai stamps date back to the reign of King Rama V in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
The very name Jim Thompson is synonymous with high quality Thai silk. There are several Jim Thompson outlets in Bangkok and Thailand. Use this online outlet for you convenience.
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Thank you visiting us at Thailand souvenirs. We hope to see you again. Drop in on our Bangkok Legacies Bookstore.