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.
Rain Hill Mall
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.
This is a large Japanese expat area so there are many Japanese restaurants around such as Kasa Japanese Restaurant and also the Kinki Japanese restaurant. They are also very popular and you would normally need to book early. There is also a good massage and spa in the area called The Oasis spar and massage.
Impressive culinary offerings at reasonable prices, coupled with a staff that prioritizes service excellence.The setting, while charming albeit small, proves to be a delightful spot, especially for coffee and dining enthusiasts. Note from the map that it is also close to the Emporium Mall as well as the Fifty Fifth Thong Lo Mall as well as the station.
A tidy and compact destination for both shopping and dining, encompassing a variety of eateries catering from breakfast through dinner. Although it’s petite in size, it’s enriched with exceptional food and wine establishments. The venue starts its operations at 10 AM. Undoubtedly a wonderful location to spend quality time with friends. The presence of a talented band further enhances the experience, complemented by delectable dishes. Likewise the J Avenue Thong Lo is also not too far away.
Rain Hill Mall Map