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Stationery Shops in Bangkok

Lately, a lot of people have asked me about places to buy stationery and craft supplies in Bangkok so here is the list of stationery shop. They are sorted by BTS/MRT station. If you don’t have much time, just go to shop with *.

BTS Siam



Small shop located in Siamsquare soi 10. They have a lot of Midori products and sketchbook or supplies for fashion designer including high quality watercolor like Daniel Smith.

*Be Trend (Siam Paragon)

Location: at 3th floor Siam Paragon (near Kinokuniya book store)

I like this place because it’s easy to go and quite large. I always find art supplies I’m looking for. They have a large notebook section. You can also find paints and art supplies here.

*Loft Siam Discovery


2 Floors load of cute stationery and home decoration mostly from japan. And it’s only place that sell Hobonichi.

Siam Discovery (Top floor)

There is products from Thai artist and designer. Not so much stationery but it’s fun to check out creative products 🙂


BTS Chidlom

B2S Chidlom

Location: 7th floor of Central Chidlom

A lot of notebooks and planners especially Midori! A lot of art supplies here too but it would be a bit different from Be Trend. You will find Liquitex, Abstract here.


BTS Phrom Phong

Another Story

Located: The EmQuartier.

I’ve never been there but I heard that that are a lot of cuties.


BTS Taksin

Pen Lover


As shop name, this is a shop for per lovers! Mostly is from Japan. You can enjoy cake and coffee while shopping pens here.



Sumpeng market

This is the place that Thai crafter go to buy supplies like fabric, beads, yarn in wholesale. Some shops also sell cute stickers and papers in very very cheap price. Unfortunately, I can’t tell you specifically which shop you should go since I can’t located where is it too. Prepare one whole day and comfortable shoes for this place. It’s large and hot. Shops usually open at 9-10am and close at 4-5pm.


Chatuchak market


Similar to Sumpeng market but mostly sell handmade products including handmade papers or fabric from northern of Thailand.


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