A seven-story department store, where each floor is dedicated to urban living. From fashion to beauty to home décor, the options are endless.
A vast shopping mall that resembles an art gallery. Find the top-notch brands or zoom up to the fifth floor for the multi-purpose space, Open House.
One of the biggest megamall in Bangkok, giving you access to countless shops and two department stores, Zen and Isetan.
High-end luxury goods, designer labels and upscale dining. This shopping complex is one of the leading malls in the Ratchaprasong area.
Platinum Shopping Mall
An air-conditioned version of Chatuchak Weekend Market's fashion aisles, Platinum has the latest local fashion pieces to offer.
A brand-new, fashion-forward mall which opened in 2019. Drop by for its fashion boutiques, local restaurants and affordable gourmet bites at the food court.
Siam Paragon, Siam Center and Siam Discovery
One of Thailand’s biggest shopping malls, Siam Paragon houses hundreds of specialty stores, restaurants, cinema, exhibition hall, Southeast Asia’s largest aquarium and much more.
Adjoining to Siam Paragon, Siam Center and Siam Discovery also provide endless dining selections with cuisine from all around the world and both global and local fashion brands.
This over 200-year-old community is known for its bustling food scene, especially at nighttime. Explore the main road and small alleys to experience the Thai-Chinese delicacies.
Asiatique the Riverfront
Panoramic riverfront outdoor shopping center that is definitely worth a visit with boutique shops, eateries and bars, and choices of entertainment.
Jatujak Weekend Market (JJ Market)
One of world’s biggest weekend market. Street food stalls, trendy fashion items, handmade art, home décor, leather goods, the massive outdoor market has it all.
Ratchada Train Night Market (Talad Rod Fai)
Hip hangout spot for both locals and visitors. The night market offers live music, bars, restaurants, street food and of course, variety of shops to explore.
Folding Umbrella Market (Talad Rom Hoop)
Located in Mae Klong Railway Station in Samut Songkhram province, South of Bangkok, the venders are settled right along the railway track. Each time the trains pass the market, venders need to quickly evacuate from the track, closing their umbrellas or awnings and collecting the goods out of the way.
Mahboonkrong (MBK Center)
The 8-story mall with more than 2,000 shops welcomes visitors who look for a great deal. Make sure to stop by the food court to try options of authentic meals at its food court.
High-end riverside shopping mall. Featuring Thailand’s first Apple store, indoor floating market, premium supermarket, restaurants with a view and special water performances.