Shopping in Bangkok

Shopping in Bangkok

You’ll find everything from locally-made arts, crafts and souvenirs to world-famous luxury brands in Bangkok

Shopping in Bangkok

Bangkok provides a shopping experience that’s hard to match anywhere in the world. Each mall has distinctive characteristics and offers an exciting and attractive blend of shopping, dining and entertainment facilities.


Siam Paragon

   Luxury living at your doorstep 

Our guests enjoy direct access via a covered walkway to Siam Paragon, one of the largest malls in South East Asia. Spread over nine floors, the mall is home to a wealth of international luxury brands with everything from designer clothes and watches to IT goods and exclusive motor cars. Siam Paragon is also a major entertainment centre with movie screens, bowling and SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World.


Central World

   Fabulous fun for all the family

The mall offers a compelling mix of retail outlets, restaurants, entertainment facilities such as movie screens, an ice-skating rink supermarket, and beauty salons.
The shopping experience embraces modern lifestyles, and the cafés and restaurants embrace flavours from every corner of the globe.



   Bangkok's latest upscale mall

Bangkok’s newest multi-purpose mall with an attractive combination of designer shops, Asian and Western restaurants, family entertainment and a fascinating display of art in many forms created by Thai and international artists. The new lifestyle destination sits on the banks of the Chao Phraya river. Complimentary shuttle boats link ICONSIAM with Sathorn Pier, just a short walk from the BTS SkyTrain accessed by Saphan Taksin station.


Chatuchak Weekend Market 

   The ultimate Bangkok market

Chatuchak is a unique shopping experience with an unrivalled selection of shops and stalls selling arts and crafts, antiques, home furnishings, souvenirs and much more. Access is easy from the Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok; take the BTS SkyTrain from Siam station to Mo Chit station. Chatuchak is also popular with tourists and foodies seeking authentic Thai street food. The market is open during weekends from 9 am to 6 pm.