Shop til you drop with the best Bangkok shopping experience you can have

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Shop til you drop with the best Bangkok shopping experience you can have

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Aside from the temples, ruins and beaches you can find in Thailand, Bangkok shopping is one of the reasons why tourists love going back to this country. Bangkok shopping malls offer a great diversity when it comes to the products, location and overall shopping experience you will surely enjoy.

Because Bangkok shopping malls have the trendiest, upscale and funkiest products you can find, these malls are considered as tourist spots in Bangkok, which is why you should always find time to visit these malls for your BKK travel experience!

  1. CentralWorld

One of the Bangkok attractions that can provide shoppers a huge variety of products from branded clothes, high-tech gadgets to bookshops and gourmet eateries, is the CentralWorld Bangkok that is the largest shopping centre in Bangkok.

Aside from the 500 stores plus 100 cafes and restaurants, the CentralWorld Bangkok isn’t only for your Bangkok shopping experience, but is also perfect for the kids and kids at heart. There is an open skating rink called The Rink, Toys ‘R’ Us, also educational centres like Genius Planet Zone and Thailand Knowledge Park.

Siam Paragon

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  1. Siam Paragon

Considered by many as the centre of Bangkok, the Siam Paragon is a haven of luxury products. This mall houses high-end fashion brands, 16-screen Cineplex, Southeast Asia’s largest aquarium and a wide range of cuisine from different parts of the world.

If splurging is in your lifestyle, one of the best places to go in Bangkok is definitely the Siam Paragon. This mall is in front of Siam BTS Skytrain station, which makes it easy to go to and from your hostel in Bangkok. The main floor of the Siam Paragon is where you can find the luxury brands like Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Prada, Chanel, etc. With floors up to the 5th level, more brands that cater to customer’s lifestyle and leisure are fighting for everyone’s attention.

MBK Shopping Centre

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  1. MBK Shopping Centre

From a mall that shouts luxury from each level, MBK Shopping Centre Bangkok’s 8th story mall gives shoppers less expensive products and goodies to choose from. Whether you are looking for fashion accessories, luggage, mobile phones or furniture, the MBK Shopping Centre Bangkok has it.

Popular with both tourists and locals, the MBK Shopping Centre Bangkok can easily be filled with shoppers as it is also very convenient to go to because of the direct walkway connecting to the National Stadium BTS Skytrain Station.

  1. EmQuartier

Situated at the Sukhumvit Road is the EmQuarter Bangkok, a part of The Mall’s Em District to make Phrom Phong as one of the largest retail hubs in the city.

Shop from a combination of luxury brands like Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana to more affordable brands like H&M, Zara, UNIQLO, GAP and Super Dry through the giant glass panels of the front part of the mall, and walk your way through the futuristic floors surrounding the open area outside.

The EmQuarter Bangkok is divided into 3 zones, each connected by a number of walkways.

  1. Terminal 21

Did you ever dream of travelling the world? Visiting one of the tourist spots in Bangkok, Terminal 21 is like shopping to the world-famous cities!

The façade of the mall is a resemblance of a 21st century airport. Continuing as you step outside, you will find arrivals area of specific cities, display boards that will remind you of flight information and everything else that you can find in a real life airport- all part of the Bangkok shopping experience you can find in Terminal 21.

So, remember that a BKK travel experience won’t be complete without having to shop at these shopping malls. And after a whole day of walking around, going in and out of shopping stores, nothing feels better than going home to a hostel in Bangkok like Everyday Bangkok Hostel. It is an iconic hostel that gives its travellers a journey to the culture, lifestyle and tradition in Bangkok. Check out their website for rates and available rooms.

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