Nice place to look around. Price wise not really cheap. But quite interesting place. Need to go around slowly as there are many interesting items. There the old shopping - no aircon and new shopping center with aircon. The old shopping is more alive with character and and the small stall surrounding it.
Bustling with life with all the food and clothes stalls... it is a nice place to go and understand more about the way of life of the local Lao people. The mall has got a nice food court on Level 3, which one needs to purchase coupons at the counter in order to purchase food from the stores. Overall, not... 更多
Small shops that have similar products and somewhat haphazardly located except for gold jewellery on the top floor. Prices are unreasonably high and you must bargain. The small shops outside in an adjoining old building are more interesting with some bargains to be had but it's not air-conditioned so be prepared to sweat it out. In general, this one can... 更多
Really one of the other reviews paint this place well run down and tatty. The multi story building has 3 floors , the basement being mostly leather good and knockoffs, the ground floor is a mixture while the 1 st floor is nearly all gold and jewellery. If you want gold have a look I didn't do any checking as... 更多
Not really much to see. But if you're interested in purchasing local silk or woven products, this is one place to go. It's quite expensive to buy one Sinh skirt . Prices range from 120,000 to 1,200,000 LAK depending on the quality of the Sinh. This and some souvenirs with Laos insignia can be found on the 2nd floor.
This is supposed to be a shoppig mall, but in reality it is nothing like it - barely something to eat, shops crowded with low quality clothes and stalls with jewelry (the upper floor). One sort of decent restaurant - local and inexpensive, on the ground floor, called KM. The entire centre is more geared towards the locals and not... 更多
Now placed in an ugly shopping mall, apparently this market has really gone downhill from its past glory. But there are a few good things for presents etc: silver jewellery, mens polo and t-shirts. Sadly, no textile merchants. We didn't spend long there, but glad we went.
Actually Talat Sao is the small mall we only just walk around inside the building. Outside of the building is some small market where there is everything is sold there. We saw many books in their language and some Lonely Planet Books. The Lonely Planet Guidebook is very cheap and is not so old edition. Now I'm regret that I'm... 更多