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Want to buy some souvenirs for yourselves and gifts to bring back to friends and family? There is plenty of stuff to buy in Bangkok, and plenty of places to buy it, but if you want something a little nicer or more unique than the same stuff you’ll see everyone else bring home, consider NaRaYa bags. NaRaYa bags are meant to fit into people’s daily lives and are to be used for all occasions.

Genuine NaRaYa Bags

Supple materials, distinctive patterns and vibrant colors characterize the designs. NaRaYa bags are also known as “Ribbon Bags” in Japan because of the signature ribbon.


While not all products share the same characteristics, there are some things you can look for to ensure that your buy is a genuine NaRaYa bags. Four ways of recognizing a real NaRaYa bag:

1. Uncompromising Quality
2. Sewn label inside or out
3. Superior lining materials and perfect stitching
4. The golden NaRaYa zipper

Where to buy NaRaYa Bags

NaRaYa Bags

NaRaYa started with less than 20 sewing machines and sold products out of a 2 square meter booth in the basement of Narayana Phand Bazaar. Today there are more than 15 NaRaYa shops in Thailand (Don Mueang Airport, Sukhumvit 24, Asiatique, Central Rama 9, Grand Palace, Siam Discovery, Tokyu-MBK, Paradise Park, FN Factory Outlet, Central Festival Pattaya Beach, Asia Hotel, Baan Silom, Central Ladprao, Central World Plaza- Ground Floor, Chaeng Wattana – NaRaYa Head Office Branch, Dream World, Patpong, etc.).

With beautiful fabrics, unique designs and quality materials, NaRaYa bags are seen all over the world too. The brand has gained international acceptance. You can now buy it in many shops internationally (Hong Kong, Macao, Malaysia – 1 Utama Shopping Centre and Suria KLCC, The United Arab Emirates: UAE, Hungary, Taiwan, The Philippines). Naraya bag price starts as cheap as 100 Baht to the most expensive being around 800 Baht. Accessories such as tissue cases, cosmetic bags and purses price starts from 50 Baht. The average price for most products is between 80 and 200 Baht. NaRaYa offers the greatest value at the best price.

How to go NaRaYa

Bangkok Skytrain Map Phrom Phong

NaRaYa Shop Sukhumvit 24

How to go NaRaYa Sukhumvit 24

BTS SkyTrain Sukhumvit Line and get off at Phrom Phong station (E5), Exit 2.

Bangkok Skytrain Map Chit Lom

NaRaYa Shop Central World Plaza

How to go NaRaYa Central World Plaza

BTS SkyTrain Sukhumvit Line and get off at Chit Lom station (E1), Exit 6. NaRaYa shop is at Level 1, unit no. B106-107.

Thought of the day

I have to write, I have to write, don’t sleep, can’t sleep now, before I forget. I’m so happy! Is it because of the Mango dessert? Or the local boat we took without knowing that where should we go? Or maybe just simply because that I didn’t sleep a lot today? We went a lot of places today – Central World, Platinum, Siam Square, Gaysorn, etc. My legs are quite painful now. My eyes barely open. I’m very tired now, but I have to write this down. Recently, I’m learning “Di Zi Gui”, in English, means standards for being a good student and child. It is an ancient Chinese book handed down to us from ancient Chinese Saints and sages. I’m also reading a book too. Today, something hits my head – saying thank you doesn’t mean you’re a grateful person. Saying the words thank you on the odd occasion certainly didn’t make you a grateful person. Say the words only when you really mean it, thank sincerely.