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Central World, Bangkok

Formerly the World Trade Center, this enormous complex reopened in 2006 after a massive expansion and renovation, and is now the only mall in Bangkok that can give the Paragon a run for the money in both swank and size.

Formerly the World Trade Center, this enormous complex reopened in 2006 after a massive expansion and renovation, and is now the only mall in Bangkok that can give the Paragon a run for the money in both swank and size. It is the third largest mall in the world by leasable floor space, and the second largest building in the world if you include the skyscraper on top of it. It's marketed as a middle-class shopping mall with prices cheaper than Siam Paragon. Most Thais still can't afford it though, so you'll only see the occasional tourist wandering around. Lots of restaurants make this a good destination for lunch or dinner. The top floor has a supermarket and a multiplex. The large Isetan and ZEN department stores are also included in the complex, as well as two book stores and plenty of photo and electronic stores


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About Central World

 999/9 Rama I Rd (BTS Chit Lom)

 +66 2 635-1111

 www.centralworld.co.th

Central World and Nearby Sights on Map

Ratchaprasong

Ratchaprasong is a major high-street shopping destination in Bangkok, with several malls such as the Central Chidlom, CentralWorld, Gaysorn, and Amarin Plaza

Erawan Bangkok

Linked by skybridges with the Amarin Plaza and Gaysorn, this is another luxury boutique mall

Wat Pathum Wanaram

While it is not as remarkable as the temples found in Rattanakosin, it does remind us of the spiritual history of Thailand

Isetan

An institution in Japan, Isetan's Bangkok branch is just as upper class as those found in the motherland

Narai Phand

A Thai handicraft centre partly run by the government offering a wide array of traditional crafts, such as bronze objects, ceramics, lacquerware, silk and woodcarvings

Amarin Plaza

This impressive colonial-style mall has five floors of high-end stores, selling fashion, furniture, jewellery, electronics, books and handicrafts

Gaysorn

Gaysorn positions itself as Bangkok's premier luxury shopping mall: this is where you can get your fill of Armani, Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Tiffany

Erawan Shrine

The Erawan Shrine is a Hindu shrine that houses a statue of Phra Phrom, the Thai representation of the Hindu creation god Brahma

Siam Paragon

This is an incredibly massive shopping mall with no less than ten floors

Siam Ocean World

The largest aquarium in Southeast Asia, exhibiting over 30,000 marine animals from all over the world and featuring a wide range of rare and exotic species