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It's best not to pack your purchases into your check-in luggage. After immigration head for the VAT refund counter and present your credentials to get some cash in hand for that much-needed snack and coffee.
In Siam Paragon you’ll also find an increasing number of independent designers vying for elbowroom in this sparkling white space.
Don’t be surprised if you catch a fashion show strutting local wares in the central plaza.
In general, duty-free prices for liquor and perfumes have climed at Bangkok's international airport in the past year or two, well above the currency fluctuation adjustments but the Johnnie Walker duty-free price seems more attractive.
Also look at Jim Thompson for fine silk offerings and linens.
If you're squeamish and the wallet timid, head for the anything-goes weekend market on the outskirts of town.