Upscale, high-end, designer brands, luxurious, and expensive. It’s a type of shopping complex you would expect to find somewhere in downtown Paris or Manhattan, targeting the ultra-rich. Not a place you want to go shopping or eating if you are on a budget.
Located in the heart of Bangkok, Central World is the biggest shopping mall in Thailand and the sixth largest shopping mall in the world.
MBK is a budget to mid-range shopping mall, very popular with locals as well as tourists. Situated in the heart of Bangkok, just minutes away from the National Stadium BTS Station.
If you love MBK and Platinum, you’ll have to check out Union Mall. Union Mall offers a great break from the overpriced, upscale, brand name malls in the city.
Asiatique is a sizzling tourist hot spot, an upscale nighttime market with a touristy atmosphere. A great place for tourists to come to relax, walk, shop, eat, drink, take photos, ride Thailand’s biggest Ferris wheel and check out the stunning night view of the Chao Phraya River.
The most famous weekend market in Thailand, definitely the largest outdoor market in Asian and possibly the world (70 rai (27 Acres)). This place is just enormous.