|Have you thought to go shopping on Koh Samet, you should think about. Virtually everything that is sold here have been transported from the mainland, which means that the prices are slightly higher here than in other places in Thailand. But it is not just the cost that you should consider when it comes to shopping. The range is, to say the least limited. Basically, there are just the typical turistprylarna. D. v.'s swimwear, strandleksaker, snacks and burklask. All in a tangled mess.
Shopping in Koh Samet On beaches such as Hat Sai Kaew Beach (diamond beach), Ao Vong Duan Beach, and Ao Phai is the typical bazar, but they are not very persistent but polite. They are usually only on these three beaches. They offer everything from sarongs to domestic snacks.
A minimart is kind of like a 7-eleven store and have a pretty similar range also. Minimartsen always sells candy, snacks, swimwear, postcards, bath toys, easier groceries and other things, a little of each. Ao Tian Beach has a minimart called "Fresh", even Ao Wai Beach further south has a minimart located at the Samed Ville Resort. Otherwise, you will find several minimarts on the larger beaches that Vong due and Sai Kaew.
It is at Sai Kaew (diamond beach) shopping on Ko Samet. Both along the beach and behind the beach and the short road that leads to the shipping pier Na dan on the other side. This is all possible to buy the tex sunglasses, jewelry, bags and postcards to send back home. Go behind the beach, to the small town, there are two pieces of 7-Eleven where you can buy candy, drink and more. You'll also find travel agents (travel agency), where you can book boat trips and snorkelling tours and other fun. In the small port town and along the way there you will also find two 7-eleven stores that have AC. Nice and refreshing to step in and shop there for a minute. The area also has a optician if you need glasses, lenses or contact lens solution.