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The Phyll Shopping Mall

The Phyll Shopping Mall is another shopping mall in Bangkok which is located close to the BTS On Nut Station as well as a walk from the BTS Bang Chak Station. The mall is relatively new and has an excellent design as can be seen from the photos below in the gallery. There are many other businesses in the area such as the Viva Garden Serviced Residence as well as the On Nut Square Market and the Twelve Pub & Restaurant in the area.

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Metro Mall

The Metro Mall shopping malls in Thailand are popular with locals however in the tourist areas they have a tough time competing with the other malls in the area. The Metro Mall in Asok has to compete with such high-end malls as The Emporium as well as the Terminal 21 Mall just up the road from it. The mall is mainly for Thai locals however you do find tourists in the mall.

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Terminal 21

The Terminal 21 is a well known shopping mall located close to the BTS Asok Station as well as the MRT Sukhumvit Station in Bangkok. With more than 600 stores the shopping mall is large. Located close to the Centre Point Sukhumvit as well as the The Westin Grande Sukhumvit Hotel and the The Grand Millennium Sukhumvit Hotel as well as the Sukhumvit Plaza.

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K Village Mall

The K Village Mall is well known and popular in the area. The shopping mall has a with supermarket as a key tenant as well as many international restaurants, coffee houses, fashion stores, children’s wear and also a supercar dealer and much more. The Wine Connection is a very popular store and is high rated. The teenagers like Hokkaido Milk, Homu Soft Ice Cream and Sri which sells Thai desserts.

There is paid parking at the mall and they do allow dogs in the mall. The are also a number of hotels near the mall such as the Somerset Sukhumvit Thonglor hotel as well as the Rainforest Guest House and the Centre Point Sukhumvit hotel. If you are in the area then this mall makes a worthy trip for the afternoon.

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Fifty Fifth Plaza

The Fifty Fifth Plaza is a smaller mall in the Thong Lo area. The plaza has many restaurant to choose from and is mainly used by Thai’s during their lunch breaks. Its a bit of an average plaza that has to compete with such high-end malls as The Emporium or also the smaller malls in the area such as Rain Hill Mall and the J Avenue. Its not really for tourists but still a great mall to visit when in the area.

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J Avenue

The J Avenue Mall in Bangkok is located close to the Rain Hill Mall between the two BTS stations being Thong Lo and also Phrom Pong stations. The J Avenue Mall offers loads of cafes as well as a supermarket at level 1 and a Japanese restaurant at level 2. The mall make a great place to hangout when out and about in Bangkok for the day. The mall has all the usual fast food restaurants and also a great location for ‘people watching’ if you have nothing else to do for the day.

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Rain Hill Mall

The Rain Mall is a bit out of the way and located between two BTS stations being Phrong Phong and Thong Lor Stations. This is a medium sized mall and if you are in Thailand on holiday it is not a bad mall to visit. Its mainly Thai shoppers so you don’t get the inflated tourist prices which you would normally get so it makes it worth your while if you are in the area for the day. If you are staying at the 41 Suite Bangkok Hotel then the mall is a short walk away from the hotel. The Mall is relatively new and is one of  Sukhumvit’s newest retail landmarks. The Rain Hill Mall also has a perfect blend of an unrivaled lifestyle community and innovative eco-consciousness.

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Gateway Ekkamai

The Gateway Ekkamai is a new shopping centre in Ekkamai which is focused on the Japanese market as Ekkamai is home to many Japanese expats in Thailand. The mall is built over 5 floors with a large Home Depot type store at the bottom while the rest of the stores are mainly Japanese orientated. Located close to the BTS Ekkamai Station it is in easy reach.

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Silom Village

The Silom Village is a small shopping mall in the Bangrak District of Thailand. The mall is usually very full during the week as it is very popular with the local Thai’s in the area. Prices are reasonable as it is not in the tourist area of Bangkok so if you are looking for a bargain then this is where you will find it. The mall is not to far from the BTS Surasak Station in Bangkok with many great hotels in this area. The Sky Bar is also located not far from the mall as well as the Shangri-La Hotel as well as the Centre Point Hotel and the Blue Elephant Restaurant in Bangkok.

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Sukhumvit Plaza

The Sukhumvit Plaza is also known as Korean Town (태국한인 상가). It is a very small mall mainly with Korean stores and restaurants which might appeal to those coming from Korea or if you want real authentic Korean dishes. The mall is located very close to the BTS Asok Station and the MRT Sukhumvit Station in Bangkok on Soi 12 Sukhumvit. There are a number of hotels close to the mall such as The Westin Grande Hotel in Bangkok.

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Gaysorn Plaza

The Gaysorn Plaza located near the BTS Chit Lom Station is a high-end shopping complex much like Siam Paragon and CentralWorld where most of the items are imported and high-end. These malls in Thailand are good for shopping while in Thailand and are viewed by local Thai’s as ‘high-so’ stores. The type of stores where only the wealthy go.

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MBK Center

The MBK Center is a well known IT mall in Thailand and the biggest in the country. There are a total of eight floors and this shopping center has more than 2,000 computer shops, restaurants and service outlets. The MBK Center receives on average about 100,000 shoppers a day 50% being mainly young Thai’s and tourists.

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Silom Complex

The Silom Complex is a lesser known mall in Thailand and is located in the Bangrak district of Bangkok close to the BTS Sala Daeng Station in Bangkok. The mall does not have much by way of attractions for tourists but it is very popular with local Thai’s. If you are looking for goods that are much cheaper then you can find at such malls as The Emporium or CentralWorld then these smaller malls tend to be where you will find things at a reasonable price.

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The Emporium

If you have never been to The Emporium then you have never been to Thailand. The Emporium is one of the best known malls in Thailand with high-end stores selling both local and imported goods. The Emporium is located in the Klong Toey district of Thailand close to the BTS Phrom Phong Station in Bangkok.

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Siam Discovery

The Siam Discovery Center was the first shopping center in Thailand as can be seen from Siam Center on another article on this website. The proposed concept of “Lifestyle Shopping” makes it stand apart from other shopping centers and shops offering a unique product concept is unique.

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Siam Center

The Siam Center was built many years ago in 1973 and was one of the first shopping malls in Bangkok. It has undergone renovations several times over the years to keep it modern and after a fire in 1995 it was upgraded even further. In January 11, 2013, Siam Center established the new phase and re-branding itself as Siam Center: The Ideaopolis or Absolute Siam Center.

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Siam Paragon

The Siam Paragon is on Rama I Road in the Pathum Wan district in Bangkok and is located in the heart of the Bangkok shopping district. Next door to the Siam Paragon is the Siam Center and Siam Discovery Center and opposite Siam Square with the MBK Center a short walk away. The BTS Siam Station is build right next to the mall and across the street from the Novotel Bangkok On Siam Square Hotel in Thailand.

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