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Even if you are a loyal buyer of high-end designer wear and luxury malls make your heart skip a beat, we would still nudge you gently towards Chatuchak Market. One of the biggest street markets in the world set up only over the weekend, it is known for selling fashionable jewellery, clothes, shoes, and trinkets.

A 25-storey mall where you can shop for fashion wear, accessories, food and beverages in both retail and wholesale. The Platinum Fashion Mall is the largest Fashion Mall and One Stop Wholesale shopping in Thailand.  Each floor of Platinum Fashion Mall is named after famous shopping districts around the world, namely Orchard, Nathan, Ginza, Soho, Oxford and Camden. Opening Hours of the mall –

  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday : 09:00 till 20:00
  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday : 09:00 till 20:00

Siam Paragon is the house of luxury where high-end brands cater to wealthy locals and tourists who are happy to splurge. If you have had your fill of clothes and accessories, then they will lure you with the sleek curves of Aston Martin and Porsche. You can spend an entire day inside the mall shopping, watching a movie at one of their 15 theaters, and enjoying culinary delights that all the swanky restaurants have to offer.

With  premium and international fashion brand in its bucket, the Emporium is one of the original upscale shopping malls of Bangkok. It is a hub of designer items, home furnishing and gadgets. The mall has excellent food courts, amazing restaurants and an innovative multiplex. There’s also direct access from Phrom Phong BTS Skytrain and a link to the original Emporium mall across the road. The perfect time to visit is during the afternoon, especially around two.

Bangkok is a haven for shopaholics and Central World is every millenial’s dream! An eight-story high shopping mall, it is the sixth largest mall in the world. One can spend hours looking at clothes, shoes, accessories, and gadgets, but it wouldn’t be enough! Central World is a foodie’s delight too where restaurants serving multi-cuisine food are spanned across several levels.

This stylish open-air shopping complex focuses on in-trend fashion, lifestyle and digital technology outlets. Siam Square is a great way to find some decent bargains. It is perfect for the fashion needs of students on a limited budget. You can discover some emerging Thai and Asian brands here.

Mah Boon Krong or MBK is the go-to shopping mall in Thailand. With eight floors and over 2000 shops, MBK has more than 100,000 shoppers/day. The center is popular with tourists, although the majority of shoppers are Bangkok residents. It is a central place to buy all the items that most people buy when they come to Bangkok.


Whether you enjoy discovering hole-in-the-wall or upscale bars, Khao Sarn is known for pulling out a rabbit from its magic hat! Khao Sarn is an adventurous trail for travellers and curious wanderers where you can find cafes and bars to suit every budget. During the day it is a sober marketplace with eateries, shops, and sea of humans, but at night it transforms into a party haunt that will be hard to miss… and forget! If Khao Sarn is already on your list then pay a visit to The Brick Bar for the feet tapping music and vivacious crowd; Adhere the 13th will introduce you to some of the best live bands; and at Take Sura you can spend a few quiet hours listening to retro tunes and chugging beer.

Sukhumvit Soi 11 is the heart of nightlife in Bangkok. Locals, socialites, expats, and tourists converge on this road to mingle with strangers, raise a toast, and dance the night away. Soi 11 is lined with bars on both sides of the road, which leave party revellers spoilt for choice. It has earned itself the reputation for its decadent pleasures – we are talking about culinary delicacies and alcoholic concoctions! When you are travelling to Bangkok, come prepared to enjoy a heady mix of potent adventures Soi 11 has to offer.

Thong Lor is a one-stop destination for artists, expats, travellers, and locals in and around Thailand. A prominent area with upscale clubs, restaurants, and coffee shops – it is titled the ‘hippest districts’ in Asia. The rooftop bars with their tasteful interiors are dimly lit and offer an expansive view of the city landscape. The entire area is swanky and dimly lit, but that doesn’t deter people from partying loud and hard. Thong Lor in its own unique way offers an unforgettable experience with gourmet delicacies, signature drinks, lively music, and high-spirited crowd!

Looking for the adventure of a life time? Take an exotic Thailand Cruise. The sea Cruise provides Pattaya Bay fishing. One can enjoy the evening sea breeze and watch the sun set into the sea on the sunset.

Asiatique has successfully combined two of the most popular shopping experiences in the city: a night bazaar and a mall. Ten minutes downriver from Saphan Taksin BTS station this once-bustling international trade port has been transformed, with over 1,500 boutiques and 40 restaurants housed under a huge replica warehouse complex.

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