Frequent question: Does Thailand have grocery stores?

Are supermarkets expensive in Thailand?

Grocery shopping in Thailand’s markets is affordable and we’ve grown to like the big mounds of produce and interesting cuts of fresh meat.

How much do groceries cost in Thailand?

Foreigners will have baseline living costs of USD $600 minimum. That’s in a place like Chiang Mai, and it will cost more to live in the Thai island, Bangkok, or retiree hotspots.

Minimum Cost Living in Thailand in 2021: USD $650.

Monthly Expense Minimum Cost (USD$)
Food $190
Scooter & Gas $100
Evenings Out $75
Total $650

What does a beer cost in Thailand?

Beer is typically 50-80 baht, small, 80- 120 baht, large, in a bar or local; restaurant. A G&T about 150 – 200 baht, cocktails 100 – 150 baht.

How much does an apple cost in Thailand?

Food prices from our Cost of Living Section

Markets Edit
Chicken Fillets (1 lb) 33.26฿
Beef Round (1 lb) (or Equivalent Back Leg Red Meat) 145.36฿
Apples (1 lb) 40.09฿
Banana (1 lb) 18.97฿

What are grocery stores like in Thailand?

Top 7 Supermarkets in Thailand for Grocery Shopping

  • 7-eleven.
  • Rimping.
  • Tops.
  • Makro.
  • Wetmarkets.
  • Tesco.
  • Big C.

What stores are in Thailand?

List of supermarket chains in Thailand

  • 108 Shop.
  • 7-Eleven.
  • Big C group, includes: Mini Big C. Big C Supercenter. Big C Extra. …
  • Central Food Retail (a part of Central Retail Corporation) group, includes: Central Food Hall. Tops Daily. …
  • CP Fresh Mart.
  • CJ Express.
  • FamilyMart (a part of Central Retail Corporation) group.
  • Fresh Mart.
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How many supermarkets are there in Bangkok?

About 4,000 of these are located in Bangkok.

What is meant by grocery shop?

chiefly US. : a store that sells food and household supplies : supermarket.

Is there Carrefour in Thailand?

Carrefour acquisition

Big C and Carrefour branches in Thailand had their first co-promotion in January 2011, before Carrefour Thailand stores were rebranded as Big C. In March 2011, Carrefour Suwintawong was the first Carrefour store to be rebranded as a Big C.