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.

Fifty Fifth Plaza

The Fifty Fifth plaza is also a stone throw from the Somerset Sukhumvit Thonglor which is a great high-end hotel as well as the budget end travelers Rainforest Guest House and the Sawasdee Sukhumvit Inn Hotel. If you are in the area and looking for a mall that is out of the way and not catering to tourists then this would be a good mall to visit. No overpriced tourist pricing at this mall.

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An ideal spot for a swift dining experience, I find that Si Fah truly offers the best taste. Impressively, the Japanese and Korean cuisine establishments here also manage to satisfy the palate. Adding to its allure, this building hosts a range of educational activities tailored for kids.

During my visit, I chanced upon Lemon Farm, a source for bio products, an outstanding hairdresser, and Thomas Clinic, where services like drips and acupuncture are administered. This discovery certainly brightened my day. An exceptional men’s clinic named HE Clinic is situated on the second floor, providing specialized services.

Positioned in proximity to BTS Thong Lo, a visit here guarantees an opportunity for leisurely strolls and relaxation to alleviate boredom. Abundant dining options grace the locale, accompanied by a beauty institute and institutions dedicated to skill enhancement across diverse fields. The offerings here are truly comprehensive! Additionally, a beauty salon is available, along with opportunities for exercise.

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Fifty Fifth Plaza Map

90 Soi Thong Lo 2, Vadhana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
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Fifty Fifth Plaza
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