Hello, I've hit the search button and could not find the answer on my question. "Where can I buy secondhand furniture?"
I'm a student living in Thailand with a student budget, and search then for cheap furniture.
Mainly a salon table, TV and sofa.
almost impossible to find here. Look at a place like Index for the cheaper tables and sofas.
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If you're in the 'cock try out MBK. Baht and Sold is a good site for second hand stuff. I would say that 10,000bt should see you well decked out for a studio apartment. Either that or try renting a furnished apartment for your first step until you get some dosh behind you.
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There are second hand markets
also you can try classifieds
there is a magazine published monthly with 2nd goods for sale(it is in Thai)
Where about do you LIVE....there are plenty of places !!! you have to be a THAI to know where it is ...!!!
There's a big market full of second had junk, I mean stuff, not far from Khao San Road. Can't remember the name though... anybody?
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About 2 km after the Sri Nakarin junction on Ramkhamhaeng road (about 500m before Carrefour) there is a 2nd hand furniture place on the left hand side. There is a statue of a cockrel outside it, if I remember correctly. Lots of their stuff is office furniture, though.
Last edited by Bubba; 24th April 2010 at 16:37.
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It all depends on where "you" live .........but I have noticed that there are more and more of these shops around now!
craigs list is well worth a look
Most Thais are big believers in ghosts so buying things 2nd hand scares them. That's the main reason you don't see more shops.
That was the beauty of living in japan as you could cruise around Tokyo and pick some great furniture up off the street for free when the owners have decided to chuck it out to replace with new. You can pick up carpets/sofas/tvs/fridges the lot for free
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