I want to learn Thai so where can I buy a poster with the alphabet, consonants and vowels so I can relax in my bed and can study the alphabet from the poster.
MBK has them. As you leave the National Stadium BTS head into the store, go up one flight on the escalator and head for the stationery section. They have one poster with the alphabet etc. and another with the Thai numbers. I know, because that's where I bought mine from.
Any Mall, Central, B2S or bookshop...
I have seen them in nearly all of the SE Asia book stores, also many stores that sell newspapers/magazines. Near most schools you will find a small shop selling supplies for teachers/students, you will find more thai alphabet charts then you can shake a stick at. The book stores in most department stores, e.g., Robinson, have them too.
In a similar vein, can anyone tell me where I can find a 7/11 convenience store in Bangkok?
or any of the 101 million vendors that accost u up and down sukhumvit road...
as 4 the 7-11 Marmite - that's a bit harder....
7-11 ? Never heard of them. Now ask a Thai if he knows where to find a "seven" and you're talking.....
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Wow, thanks for your help, Guys.
Now can anyone tell me where I can find any soi dogs?
Sorry Marmite, I'm still trying to figure out where to buy somtam. :smile:
Every book stores have them.
Good to know you are interested in Thai alphabets.
In the name of Thai goddess "Thank you, Bangkokfarang"
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How many do you have?Good to know you are interested in Thai alphabets.
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well, 44 characters errr... one alphabet here we go.
I believe that's 44 characters (or letters) but just one alphabet.