Like other places Klong Prao Beach has its attractions for shopaholics. The beach has its own special articles which are fascinating enough and compel the tourists to spend money. Klond Prao Beach is covering three villages and each of them has their shopping plaza fascinating the travelers. The villages of Klong Prao Beach are Bann Chai Chet – at the north end of the beach, Baan Klong Prao – in the middle of the beach, Baan Map Khangkhao – located in the south of the beach. At the beach a tourist encounter small shops, bars, restaurants, banks, tailor shops, tour agents, massage places, temples, schools and clinics. The shops are selling different essentials as per requirement of the visitors. Sunglasses, bikinis, shorts, towels, sunscreen and sarongs are the items being provides by more or less all the shops on the beach.
For the lovers of handmade accessories the beach is providing a wide variety of paintings, handicrafts, souvenirs and trinkets. The beach is also taking care of book lovers and passionate newspaper readers by providing stock papers, books and paperbacks. All these are available in major languages such as English, French and German. In addition to all this many stores are offering both local and imported snacks, drinks and food. Many different local shops at the beach are selling variety of interesting items ranging from common drinks and snacks to all types of beach gears scattered all along the main road of the beach. The three villages of the Klong Prao Beach have small assortment of the shops to facilitate their visitors. In the north of Klong Paro Beach in Ban Chaichet the most notable plaza of the beach VJ Plaza is situated.
The largest supermarket of the beach, along with few other shops, is also there in the north of Klong Paro Beach. Vendors of the beach are also playing their role in enhancing the shopping spots of the area. These vendors can disturb you when you are in the middle of sunbathing. You can be surprised by a horde of vendors coming straight to you offering there items and trying to impress you by narrating the specificities and qualities of the items which are actually nothing just a mix of touristy knick knack. Vendors are usually equipped with scarves, handmade bracelets and necklaces. If you do not have any plan to buy their items try your level best that you do not have an eye contact with them, as there is no other way to avoid the incessant nagging. If in case you fail to avoid the eye contact then a simple No and thank you can help you out.