From trendy boutiques and upscale shopping malls to bustling markets and enticing local shops, Bangkok is a shopper’s dream. People come from all over the world to browse the aisles and showrooms of Bangkok’s very best: however for many shopping can be a pain, not to mention expensive, leading to discount outlets’ rise in popularity over recent years.
Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok, Thailand’s first premium outlet center, has something for everyone – clothes, shoes, accessories, home goods and more. The finest luxury brands, along with distinguished local brands, are available for purchase at significant reductions.
There is an exceptional line-up of over 300 in-demand luxury and high street brands with discounts of up to 70% on the original prices, located in a idyllic setting that’s within easy reach of central Bangkok, and about 15 minutes from Suvanabhumi International Airport.
Fast and Convenient Bus Service to and From Siam Paragon
Anyone going to Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok will be pleased to know that the superb retail complex can be easily accessed by car or public transport: Bang Sao Thong district in Samut Prakan is where the outlets are situated. Motorists can use the No.7 Bangkok to Chonburi motorway to travel to the mall, leaving at exit 5 in the direction of Lat Krabang.
Recently, a new shuttle bus service has been launched, connecting the shopping outlets with Siam Paragon, the luxury mall in the heart of the city. Tickets for the 45-minute trips can be booked online, to or from Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok, at THB 100 each way.
The bus stop at Siam Paragon is close to Lock Box, Gate 1, South Wing on the Ground Fl. right by Bangkok Bank. Passengers can expect new, comfortable vehicles and first-class service, organized by Trip.com, leaving for the outlets every day at 10am, 1pm, and 4pm.
Design-wise, the complex looks incredible, and has been arranged to emphasize outdoor settings, nature, green surroundings, and water. There are also some beautiful sculptures and vibrant fountains to admire, contributing towards the aesthetically-pleasing dynamic.
The spacious premium outlet development has 50,000 square meters of gross floor area, sprawling across 150 rai (62 acres) of land. Visitors have just over 130 stores to check out hosting the 300+ brands on offer, as well as some delectable food and beverage options including Amazon, Bonchon, Cha Tra Mue, KFC, Oasis Eatery (Food Hall), and Starbucks.
Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok is the first project stemming from a joint venture between Simon Property Group and Siam Piwat. It is in good company with many other well-known Simon Premium Outlets® around the world including the outstanding Woodbury Common Premium Outlets in the U.S., and Japan’s Gothemba Premium Outlets near to Mount Fuji.
You will have seen in the picture above the VIP Lounge. The luxuriously-appointed space features a family room, with comfortable lounge-style chairs, coffee, and snacks, which is so relaxing after spending a day filling your bags with bargains: to access the VIP lounge patrons have to spend a minimum of THB 30,000 per day, and show staff their receipts.
Children visiting the outlets will love the indoor kid’s playground, close to the information center, and the outdoor kid’s playground next to Entrance E. Guests at the mall have free Wi-Fi available throughout as well as stroller rentals and complimentary wheelchair use.
Pets are welcome at Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok, as long as the rules for pet owners are followed: all dogs are required to be leashed, dog mess is disposed of by the owner, pets must be carted or stay in a bag at all times, pets are kept out of the restricted areas, and sick pets, or pets on heat, are not brought in to the mall under any circumstances.
One of Bangkok’s Leading Luxury Shopping Destinations
Shoppers have a wide-ranging selection of popular international and local fashion brands to check out, along with sportswear, kids, home, and technology outlets. It’s an incredible place to shop for exclusive gifts, or to splurge on a whole new wardrobe just for yourself.
Balenciaga, Boss, Breitling, Burberry, Calvin Klein, Daks, Karl Lagerfeld, Longchamp, Marc Jacobs, Montblanc, Salvatore Ferragamo and the newly-opened Versace outlet are some of the world’s top designer brand names, all available at Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok.
Midrange fashion brands are also well-covered: standout names include American Eagle, Coach, Cotton On, Fred Perry, Furla, Jim Thompson, Kate Spade, Lacoste, Levi’s, Mango, Michael Kors, Timberland and The North Face. Lovers of jewellery should make a visit to the stores of Jubilee and Swarovski, as well as famous watchmakers Seiko and Citizen.
Nike and Adidas are extremely popular with many of the visitors at Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok, being the two biggest sportswear brands in the world. If you are a fan of Under Armour, Converse, Keds or Asics, then you will be happy to know that they are also here.
People wanting to furnish or decorate their homes should make a beeline for Arkitektura, or perhaps the array of candles, wallflower plugs and room sprays at Bath & Body Works shall tickle your fancy. MINISO, Tefal and .Life have a nice selection of tech products and home appliances, whilst Babycare and LEGO stock a range of essential children’s items.
Department store Siam Takashimaya is a recommended spot for bargain hunters to head over to, well-known for its high quality and designer fashion, confectionery, foods, home and living goods, and kid’s items. There are so many useful products all under one roof.
If you wish to drive to Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok, there are 1500 parking spaces for customers to use. However if you’re travelling on Trip.com’s shuttle bus, then you should make your way to the bus parking area in front of 7-Eleven, next to Entrance A: be ready to head to Siam Paragon on one of the three buses going at 11:30pm, 2:30pm, and 8pm.
Grab yourself some amazing deals at Thailand’s first premium outlets shopping center. It has to be one of Bangkok’s best places for an indulgent day of retail therapy, perfect for any tourist, expat, or local who would like to make their baht go further when they shop.