Good news for all you Thailand visitors, Bangkok is soon opening the country’s largest shopping mall.
Thailand is a country rich in culture and vastly eclectic when it comes to things to do. From perfect tropical beaches to exploring elegant ancient temples, Thailand truly has it all. Bangkok, the nation’s capital, sets itself apart with its lively street and nightlife. This city alone is sure to keep you occupied for quite some time. If you think there isn’t already enough to do in Bangkok, then this city is about to open the biggest shopping mall in the country.
Here is the scoop on Bangkok’s latest attraction.
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Progress. ICONSIAM is a future mixed-use development on the banks of the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok, Thailand opened on 9 November 2018including two large malls, hotels and residences. The 50 billion baht (USD $1.5 billion) project is being developed as a joint venture by Siam Piwat group, a Thai high-end shopping mall developer, Magnolia Quality Development and Charoen Pokphand Group. The complex will include two of the tallest buildings in Bangkok upon completion: the Mandarin Oriental Residences and the 70-floor Magnolias Waterfront Residences. Cr. ภาพเล่าเรื่อง กรุงธนบุรีศรีมหาสมุทร Admin natty #bangkok #thailand #thailandtransportation #iconsiam #landmarkofbangkok #amazingthailand
If you think you’ve experienced first-class treatment, think again. Siam Piwat, a Thai shopping mall creator, steps up the game immensely with his current project development. This design is purposed to create a hub for entertainment, shopping, and residential offerings. At $1.6 billion dollars, of course this is no small endeavor.
Piwat’s project dons the name Iconsiam and includes the biggest shopping center in Thailand. With 520,000 sq. meters of space, this mall will keep you busy. The Iconsiam mall includes Japanese department stores as well as numerous entertainment venues.
During your trip to Bangkok, of course you truly cannot miss the Iconsiam. Check out the luxury high-rise condominiums and also shop til you drop in the country’s largest mall.
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