Welcome to Chocdee T-shirts home of the luckiest t-shirts in Thailand. Chockdee is Thai for Good Luck. 


Our first and most popular design by one of our local artists.

My shop!

My shop!


So you may be wondering why my shirts are the luckiest shirts in Thailand. Well you’ll be wearing them of course. Okay apart from that, I just want to wish you good luck on your adventure in my little slice of Thailand, Kanchanaburi. I know you will love it as much as I do.

Hi! My name is Rin and Chocdee T-Shirts is my shop.


I sell 100% Thai Cotton Shirts which are made and printed in Thailand. I have a large selection of hand made original designs and a carefully selected collection of quality prints. My shirts come in a variety of colours but most importantly they come in Western Sizes.

One of my hand made shirts.

One of my hand made shirts.

I love my country and I am sure you want to take home a souvenir that is made in Thailand and not elsewhere, so all my shirts are 100% locally made. This also means that my shirts wont shrink in the wash and the colours wont run.

Oh, did I also mentions that if you buy one of my shirts I also give you a Free Gift (no it’s not a set of steak knives, sorry).


I speak English pretty well, and when you come to visit me I can also give you some tips on the attractions of Kanchanaburi, but if you want to learn a bit more about my beautiful town and the local attractions like the Bridge on the River Kwai, Hellfire Pass and the Death Rail check out my About Kanchanaburi page.

You can find my shop on the main road called Maenamikwai. The street name is a mouthful, I know, but it’s the main street of town and you will come across my little shop as you walk down towards the Bridge on the River Kwai.

Just look for the sign.


Or check out the map.

I can’t wait to see you.

Chocdee ka,


For further questions and queries contact me using the form below:


2 thoughts on “Home

  1. Hi Rin,
    Love your site and what you are doing for your community. I wish I had know about your shop when I went to Kanchanaburi earlier this month. My wife and I love supporting local businesses and local artists. Hopefully we can stop by your shop next time we are in your town.

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