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Silom Complex

Silom Complex

The Silom street in Bangkok is known for its many shops and eateries which attract throngs of locals and tourists alike for weekend shopping.

However, a whole day’s shopping on a hot day can get extremely tiring. Fortunately, the Silom Complex on the same street gives a respite to the shoppers from the scorching sun, at the same time ensuring that the shoppers will have as much fun shopping and eating inside this shopping mall as they would have had on the Silom Street.

Although the Silom Complex shopping mall is considerably smaller in size as compared to other Bangkok shopping malls, it is still quite popular because of the variety of stores for shopping, reasonably priced brands as well as a fantastic food court which has hundreds of eating options for the tired shoppers.

Shops worth checking out at Silom Complex

The shopping mall is basically a lifestyle mall and features mostly local brands as well as a few brands of international repute.

Some well-known brands which one can spot here are Mango, Swarovski, Accessorize and Apple.

However, the main appeal of this shopping mall lies in its scores of smaller stores which feature local brands of clothes, shoes and many kinds of accessories.

To buy clothes of the latest fashion, Jaspal, Ivory Garden and DNA are the shops to head for.

If you are looking to buy a pair of stylish footwear, the best shops are Naughty Monkey and Ballet Shoes.

Some other funky shops include Viva Loco which sells a variety of costume jewellery and Noo Yoo where one can buy earrings along with a professional piercing.

Feeling hungry?

The main food court of the Silom Complex shopping mall is in the basement.

The food court contains an assortment eating outlets ranging from fast food restaurants to local Thai shops mixed with eateries offering Japanese and Vietnamese cuisine.

You can find the maximum crowd at restaurants like Piri Piri flaming chicken, Wine Connection, Yaoi for Japanese dishes and Mrs. Balbir’s for Indian cuisine.

There are also several restaurants scattered on other floors of the mall. The After You Café is a popular place to get some mouth-watering desserts while the Peony Tea Room is also good for a casual date.

The fourth floor of the shopping mall also has some good eating options like MK Restaurant, Fuji and Joom Zap Hut.

Central Department Store – the one stop store

Since this shopping mall is owned by the Central Group, there is a huge Central Department Store in the mall where you can find almost anything under the sun.

This is also a major attraction of this shopping mall as you can shop for all the products for daily use inside an air conditioned mall rather than sweating it in the street outside.

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