Besides the big players like Lazada and Tarad, ever wonder which are the top 10 ecommerce sites in Thailand? Techinasia.com pulled the data and came up with a list.

Top 10 Sites in Thailand

The sites have to be located in and operating from Thailand and ranking is based on estimated desktop visits in January 2015 measured by SimilarWeb.

Not included are service sites such as ticket and hotel reservations, communities, classifieds, forums, and global ecommerce platforms such as Amazon or Ebay.

It’s not a perfect methodology for measuring the success of an ecommerce venture but it does provide those who work in retail a snapshot of where they need to get their products out ASAP to win the Thai e-commerce market.The ranking (by page visits in Jan 2015):

  1. Lazada (20,100,100)
  2. WeloveShopping (6,200,000)
  3. Tarad (3,900,000)
  4. Zalora (2,300,000)
  5. Ensogo (1,600,000)
  6. Cdiscount (1,200,000)
  7. J.I.B. (1,200,00)
  8. Central.co.th (790,000)
  9. iTrueMart (780,000)
  10. Munkong Gadget (680,000)

via 10 ecommerce sites in Thailand you need to sell on right now.

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