This local brand of herbal-based cosmetics has launched a series of mall-based spas – perfect for post-shopping therapy. Also in Gaysorn...
The Erawan Shrine was originally built in 1956 as something of a last-ditch effort to end a string of misfortunes that occurred during...
Ratchaprasong Intersection Shrines
A crowd in this part of town usually means a bargain market is nearby. But here the continuous activity revolves around six Hindu...
Foreign Correspondents' Club Of Thailand
A bar-slash-restaurant, not to mention a bona-fide gathering place for the city’s hacks and photogs, the FCCT also hosts art exhibitions...
Erawan Tea Room
The oversized chairs, panoramic windows and variety of hot drinks make this one of Bangkok’s best places to catch up with the paper. The...
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Gaysorn Plaza information
A haute couture catwalk, Gaysorn has spiralling staircases, all-white halls and mouthfuls of top-name designers. The 2nd-floor ‘Thai Fashion Chic’ zone is a crash course in Bangkok's local fashion industry. Relatively well-established Thai labels including Kai, GGUB and Stretsis are represented, or you could head over to Myth, an umbrella store for emerging domestic brands.
Stores on the 3rd floor offer the same level of sophistication for your home. Thann Native sells locally inspired soaps and shampoos fragrant enough to eat. Lamont carries elegant ceramics, and Almeta, Thai silk. The open-air D&O Shop is the first retail venture of an organisation created to encourage awareness of Thai design abroad.