Top 6 Shopping Attractions in gay BANGKOK for 2021

Temperature controlled malls like MBK offer up every major brand, but the best shopping in Bangkok comes from combing the treasures in the markets’ busy stalls. None is better than the Chatuchak Weekend Market. Here you’ll find more than 8,000 stalls filled with everything from kitschy souvenirs, home décor, local fashion, handmade jewelry, wacky pet supplies and elaborate Asian objects.

1. MBK Shopping Centre

If you’ve got a baht, they’ve got a bargain. Take your Christmas shopping list and go wild in 2,000+ shops over 8 floors of consumer bliss inside this mid-range mall. It’s a real one-stop shop, with everything from gadgets and gizmos, cosmetic curios and branded clothing of iffy provenance. Once you’ve shopped and dropped, why not kick back with a film at the on-site cinema?

2. Siam Paragon mall

What a mall! The experience of shopping at Siam Paragon is like having a Parisian couturier feed you bonbons and take you on a whistle-stop tour of every designer boutique in town. Ball out at Balenciaga, peep in Prada or fan the flames of flamboyance at Louis Vuitton. Cuisine options cover every palate from Thai to beyond – plus there’s a cinema and bowling alley for R&R.

3. Central World Plaza

Along with the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is a vital part of the city’s downtown skyline. Rising 442 feet above the waters of Sydney Harbour, the arched, steel-riddled structure has eight lanes of traffic, plus a pedestrian and bike lane, connecting Sydney’s North Shore with the bustling Central Business District.

If you plan on climbing Sydney Harbour Bridge, expect to spend between 1.5 to 3.5 hours, depending on the length of the climb.

4. Chatuchak Weekend Markets

‘Mark it’ on your calendar – this market is bound to impress! Pack a sun-umbrella to ward off the stifling heat while you shop at 3,500+ open-air speciality stalls. Haggle for a new hat, grab a bolt of floral fabric and have it sewn into a pantsuit, or pick up handicrafts, spa products and more. Thirsty? The locally made coconut ice-cream is mouth-tinglingly

5. Chinatown Market

Squeeze your way past scores of stalls along buzzing Sampeng Lane, in the heart of Bangkok’s Chinatown. Sounds, smells and colours make this a treat for the senses, from the scent of wok smoke and exotic herbs to the colourful fabrics and jewelry on sale. If you’re peckish, try typical Chinese dishes with a Thai twist in one of the street-side restaurants.

5. Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market

There’s a reason this weekend market is one of Bangkok’s most beloved. Grab a bamboo picnic table and start loading up on fried fish with garlic, chilies and lime juice. Then dig into cold rice vermicelli, oyster omelets, mungbean noodles and freshwater shrimp. If you can tear yourself away from the fantastic food, hop on a boat tour to truly experience the “Venice of the East”.

Recommended Hotels in Bangkok

Silom Street 2 and 4 is the epicenter of gay nightlife in Bangkok. Here you will find the best bars and restaurants, the perfect place to begin your night on the town.

COMO Metropolitan
5 Star, Superb

COMO Metropolitan

This 5-star hotel in Bangkok’s Sathorn area includes modern Thai-style rooms with free WiFi, a 20 m outdoor pool and a COMO Shambhala Urban Escape spa.

W Bangkok, 5 Star
Design & Sophistication

W Bangkok

W Bangkok Hotel offers a luxury accommodation with modern amenities and free Wi-Fi in the public areas. It boasts an outdoor pool & fitness centre

Banyan Tree
5 Star Luxury

Banyan Tree Bangkok offers luxurious rooms with views of the city or Chaophraya River. It features a roof-top restaurant and bar, a spa with pool

Bandara Suites, 4 Star
Close to the gay scene

Bandara Suites

Located in Silom District, Bandara Suites offers rooms and suites with free Wi-Fi. It features 2 dining options, 2 swimming pools and a pool bar.

Recommended Apartments in Bangkok

At 21 Saladaeng
Sleeps 5 up to Guests

All apartments come with air conditioning. The Elite apartments features two bedrooms & with living room, dining area & kitchenette. the property offers a 24-hour reception, an outdoor pool, sauna, fitness centre & Laundry room

Baan K Residence
Sleeps 4 up to Guests

A home away from home, minimalist studios and suites feature private balconies and fully furnished kitchens. Comfortable lounge areas come with a sofa set and home theater system 40-inch flat-screen TVs, fitness centre. Free Wi-Fi

Sabai Sathorn
Sleeps up to 7 Guests

Sabai Sathorn offers Bright and stylishly furnished well-appointed serviced air-conditioned apartments with living rooms and kitchens and private bathroom. It features a rooftop swimming pool and a yoga room. Free WiFi

Ascott Sathorn
Sleeps up to 5 Guests

Tastefully furnished, the spacious apartments at Ascott feature full kitchen facilities and a comfortable living room. Each is equipped with a washing machine, satellite/cable TV and DVD player. Outdoor pool, spa, fitness centre. Free WiFi

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