here I’ll post about shops that can help you reduce your mark on the environment in Bangkok. Contact me if you would like to recommend a shop.

zero waste shops

normal shop

normal shop – zero waste community has a branch in Bangkok (for a year already), on nang linchi road. The company originally started in Chiang Mai. There you will be able to purchase many zero waste items such as reusable straws, masks, bags, organic groceries available in bulk, gardening supply (they are partners of garden atlas, just next to them), cleaning products… they also have different model of composters arriving soon.

zero moment refillery is one of the best place in Bangkok to shop in bulk. They have products ranging from food (dried fruits, nuts, cacao powder, pasta, cereals, spices, tea…) to personal care products (shower gel, soaps, shampoo…), including cleaning supplies (laundry soap, liquid detergent, fabric softener…). Better you come with your bags and recipients, but you can also purchase reusable recipients there. You can find this place between rama 9 and ramkhamhaeng university. They are quite responsive on facebook so you can message them if you have any question.

zero moment refillery - zero waste shopping
what you’ll find inside

Refill Station ปั๊มน้ำยา is another place in Bangkok for zero waste shopping. There you can buy personal care products, cleaning products… it is also a coffee shop/coworking space. It is easily accessible from the onnut BTS station (on the small soi that takes you behind Big C). They also have an online shop where you can buy zero waste equipment such as straws, bamboo toothbrush, water bottles, food containers…

get well zone is the last zero waste shop I know to have opened in Bangkok. They are located on the 2nd floor of zakkashop&cafe located in Ekamai Soi 24. You can find eco products in bulk from personal care to food… Note: they also have free used recipients you can pick for refilling (and reuse).

get well zone

This is a start, I hope this list will keep growing. Check also my link page for more links on eco friendly places to shop or resources.

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