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Can someone recommend the cheapest place to buy good bath towels Hua Hin/Pranburi area? I am from the USA and I'm stunned at the price they get for them at Lotus/Tesco (.250-350B)

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Can someone recommend the cheapest place to buy good bath towels Hua Hin/Pranburi area? I am from the USA and I'm stunned at the price they get for them at Lotus/Tesco (.250-350B)
Thanks


Local markets best place for cheaper house stuff.
Maybe someone else or some locals can point you in right direction.

I got some for half that price or cheaper at market near water tower/bill spot. As you go to rail station from Hilton, crossing past Police Station. Once cross road, on left side near street where you would make a right for night market.

But this market was only open certain days of the week, so need a local/someone here to advise you on latest schedule.

Chok dee

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I'm sure there are cheap ones but you have to buy a reasonable product, not a paper thin piece of rubbish that won't last a few washes.

 

I've not looked recently but twice in a couple of years I have bought them from Homepro as with their own brand, HLS, they have had buy one get one free so effectively half price for a decent towel.

 

Edit : good quality bedsheets on the other hand are very expensive here.

Edited by YorkshireTyke
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A few months ago, we bought 100% cotton, x-large plush towels at Thai Watsadu.... around 350 baht each.

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They have a reasonable selection of quite thick reasonable towels of various sizes at HomePro in Market Village, I bought a bunch of them a few years back and they're still going strong.

 

From memory they're near the curtain section. You need a fabric softener or they come out hard - this is due to the water quality being bad, I think.

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I would personnally choose the major department stores in Bangkok for such shopping....cheaper and larger choice...

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