Ok, I really have to talk about the American convenience stores which have flooded Thailand (in a positive way).
It is so that you can find 7-Eleven’s everywhere in the city or in the boroughs. It’s just crazy how the chain has implanted itself in this country. But that’s far away from the big supermarkets.
Although that little stores which are 7/7 and 24/24 open, are taking my attention or my retention as a customer, it’s just easy, you can walk in whenever you want. The stores have no closing or opening times. It’s a flexible approach to the chain’s target group.
You can also buy a lot of things for a little money. In these times, it’s important to know what you are buying for which price. I prefer to save money by buying no-brand goods. To me it doesn’t matter at all if you buy chips from Lays or chips from another brand. Except ‘Nutella’, that’s the only product that I have to buy the brand. Nothing compares…
While I was travelling in the north of Thailand and visiting the cities, 7-Eleven was a very loyal and good friend to me. Thank you so much for continually offering me the lovely orange juice and the microwave dishes (sssssht don’t tell my mom I didn’t cook).