One Day Trip

  • Siam Paragon (Walk 600 M.)
    Siam Paragon is one of Bangkok’s biggest and most popular shopping malls, located next to BTS Siam. The lower floors contain a mix of luxury brands, while the upper floors cover high street fashion, furniture, technology and even include a luxury car dealership.
  • Siam Centre & Siam Discovery (Walk 550 M.)
    Siam Centre is a fashion-focused shopping mall aimed primarily at teens and 20-somethings that’s located beside Siam Paragon. Siam Discovery, which is connected to Siam Centre by skybridge, offers a mix of lifestyle products, technology and high street fashion.
  • MBK Centre (Walk 500 M.)
    The MBK Centre is an eight-floor shopping mall located diagonally opposite Siam Discovery and connected to BTS National Stadium. Home to hundreds of tiny shops specialising in all things digital and fashionable, it’s the best place in Bangkok to shop for smartphones.
  • Jim Thompson’s House (Walk 550 M.)
    American silk entrepreneur Jim Thompson disappeared in the Malaysian jungle in 1967 — a disappearance that continues to attract conspiracy theorists. His traditional Thai home, which was built in 1959, is open to the public and offers a unique look into traditional Thai design.
  • Siam Square (Walk 900 M.)
    From local fashion designers to vintage movie posters, Siam Square is home to hundreds of tiny shops specialising in every product imaginable. Located beside BTS Siam and opposite Siam Paragon, Siam Square is a great place to shop for modern fashion and accessories.
  • Wat Pathum Wanaram (Walk 1.4 KM.)
    Located between Siam Paragon and Central World — two of Bangkok’s largest shopping malls — Wat Pathum Wanaram is a nice break from the endless shopping in Ratchaprasong. Built in 1857, the temple is home to the ashes of Prince Mahidol Adulyadej’s bloodline.
  • Central World (Walk 1.6 KM.)
    Bangkok’s largest mall, Central World, is located at the heart of Ratchaprasong. Accessible from BTS Chit Lom via an elevated skywalk, Central World is home to designer brands, high street fashion, home accessories, furniture, technology, children’s toys and more.
  • Erawan Shrine (Walk 1.8 KM.)
    The Erawan Shrine is a Hindu shrine located beside the Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel. A shrine to Phra Phrom — the Thai version of Hindu god Brahma — it attracts thousands of visitors per day, many of whom pray to the statue in the hope of receiving good fortune.