7 Eleven is found in literally every nook and cranny in Thailand. It is a frequently visited place amongst locals and tourists alike as you would be able to obtain food as well as daily use items.
Usually, we will visit 7 Eleven while making pit stops to refill petrol and to use the washroom. When I am arrive in Thailand, I would usually stop by at 7 Eleven to purchase some snacks and simple toiletries and daily use items such as shampoo, bathing soap, shampoo and cleanser as these items can be found in mini sizes.
Most of the 7 Eleven contained standard items so once you have gone to these stores a few times, you tend to know roughly what you can find from there. In the past when I going home and have no time to shop for any souvenirs, I would drop by a 7 Eleven stores and then buy snacks like those that you see above.
Yes, I know that we should not be eating so much of junk food but I find from experience that getting snacks is better than getting souvenirs such a mini bag or keychain as is quite common. Whereas simple snack food is something that people enjoy. If you are buying in large quantities, I would suggest visiting BigC or Makro if there is someone who is taking you there.
Another thing I really love about visiting 7 Eleven is the selection of their food such as burgers, sandwiches, sausages, microwave meals such as fried rice, spaghetti and noodles. All 7 Eleven in Thailand open 24 hours and chances are there would be a store located within walking distance from where you are staying. You would be able to get a hot meal anytime of the day.
There are also the self service drink counter where you can select from hot and cold drinks. They also sell pao and sausages – the sausages are delicious and my friends really love them.