Gateway Ekamai



Gateway Ekkamai mall aims to offer an alternative shopping experience from the other cookie-cutter centres across Bangkok. The mall is meant to epitomise the Japanese lifestyle that Thai people embrace readily with a mix of restaurants, clothes stores, health and beauty shops, as well as an edutainment centre, a large IT zone and a 24 hour supermarket. Whilst it probably won’t deliver for Japanophiles its ease of access via the skywalk link to BTS Ekamai and decent, affordable selection of restaurants under one roof is sure to attract visitors.

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Emporium Bangkok



Emporium is like a glossy magazine come to life. Behold the seven layers of shopper's paradise, where the first three floors are dedicated solely to fashion

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Bangkok Planetarium & Scientific Museum

Bangkok Planetarium & Scientific Museum

The scientific museum situated next to the Eastern Bus Terminal (Ekamai) is an exhibition center on scientific knowledge and astronomy. Open daily, except Monday and national holidays, from 9.00 am-4.00 pm.
At the planetarium, daily performances on the solar system are presented for the public from Tuesdy to Sunday. Open from 8.00 am.2.30 pm. Admission fee is 20 baht. (Including ticket for scientific museum)

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Siam Paragon Prestigious



Siam Paragon is an immensely popular shopping mall housing a host of international high-end fashion brands, Southeast Asia’s largest aquarium,
a 16-screen Cineplex, and a comprehensive selection of world cuisine. Located prominently in front of Siam BTS Skytrain station - the interchange
of the two BTS lines - it is considered by many to be the centre of Bangkok.

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63 Attraction

63 Attraction

Everything you need to take on the city, whenever you’re up for it.

63 Bangkok Residence is connected to the SkyTrain (BTS) Ekamai Station The bustling Sukhumvit area and Sukhumvit Road can be reached by the BTS Sukhumvit Line, which runs from Mo Chit through Bearing. While guests can interchange at Siam station for the Silom Line. Other areas can also be easily reached by taking the MRT. All of these transportation options provide excellent access to major department stores like Emporium, Central Chidlom, Siam Paragon, MBK Center (Maboonkrong), Siam Discovery, and Siam Center. The historic Siam Square are also easily accessible.

Bangkok, pronounced Krungthep in Thai, is full of amazing sights. Boasting more than 400 temples or "Wat" as they are referred, rise up to the sky and present a storied history, especially the historical area of Bangkok, which is full of cultural highlights. Here is a list of some "don't miss" attractions:

• Grand Palace - The capital's most famous historic site was built in 1782. The complex houses many magnificent royal buildings, as well as the famous temple of Wat Phra Kaeo, home to the 14th century Emerald Green Buddha. 

• Wat Pho - The Temple of the Reclining Buddha is one of Bangkok's largest and oldest temples, featuring the massive 150-foot long gold-plated statue of the reclining Buddha. Home to the eponymous massage style found all over Thailand, guests are encouraged to make a stop at the Wat Pho Massage School. 

• Chatuchak Weekend Market - Covering more than 35 acres, the Chatuchak Market is a sight to be seen. A plethora of exquisite crafts and fabrics, Thai antiques, furniture, clothing, and live animals makes this one of the most vibrant slices of local city life. 

• Jim Thompson House - The former home of Jim Thompson, the American credited with starting the Thai silk fabric industry, has been converted into a stunning museum. Its collection of art and antiques offers superb insight into Thai history and its unmistakable aesthetic. 

• Vimanmek Mansion - The largest teak structure in the world, this mansion was built by King Rama V as a temporary residence during the renovation of the Grand Palace. The unique blend of delicate Victorian and Thai architecture makes the golden wood building a delight to behold.

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Terminal 21 brings the dream of traveling the world to downtown Bangkok, with its cutting-edge concept that places several world-famous cities under one roof. Terminal 21 is a one floor one concept shopping mall. This concept is market streets of the world. It decorated a well-known city streets; such as Rome, Paris, Tokyo, London, Istanbul etc. Each floor of this Bangkok shopping mall has a different theme based on various cities around the world, so it's like traveling to a new shopping venue when you hit each floor. And the designers placed gorgeous statues and icons of each city in their respective sections. Apart from the city themes, what really makes Terminal 21 stand apart from the other cookie-cutter malls are its 21st-century utilities such as free Wi-Fi (bring your ID/Passport to one of the information counters), toilets with heated covers and bidets -- amazing! -- and an impressive 36-meter escalator. Easily reached by both BTS and MRT train service, we invite you to be the first to experience the brand new Terminal21 – the Whole World is Here.

How to get there from here : Take the sky train (BTS) 4 stations 

Terminal 21: Asoke-Sukhumvit Intersection, BTS: Asoke. MRT: Sukhumvit. +66 (0)2 108 0888.

Siam Center /Discovery/Paragon

Siam center/Siam Discovery

Thailand's first shopping center .

Siam Discovery , Siam Center is the first shopping center in Thailand. To introduce the concept "Lifestyle shopping" makes a distinct difference from other shopping centers and shops offering a unique product with a unique concept . A favorite of the free heart . And choose to use a product that represents the true identity of his very best , Siam Discovery , Siam Center . 

The shopping center in the heart of the shopping and leisure travelers. During almost a decade ago . And rated as one of the region s t.

Located next to Siam BTS it is linked by a covered walkway to Siam Paragon Mall, famous for its high-end boutiques. There are plenty of well-known brands at Siam Center as well, and the crowd they are aiming for is young and hip. It may sound like a contrast but the overall vibe of Siam Center successfully blends natural elements with high-tech facilities. Siam Center has spared no expense in the way the goods are displayed with bursts of neon, shops designed like bird’s nests and highly polished marble floors. One shop can even be found in a wicker yurt. Locating the bathrooms can be tricky; however, they’ve kept the hip and cool theme running through the entire mall and on one floor the facilities are hidden behind mirrors and mannequins. 

How to get there from here : Take the sky train (BTS) 7 stations 


63 Bangkok

63 Bangkok Sukhumvit road in the beginning of Soi 63 where you will find Triple 3 Location
•   3 steps to Ekamai Sky Train Station .. just open the door of lobby then you
    will find the escalator to sky train 
•   3 minutes (really less then that !! ) walk to Gateway Mall where you just
    across the road and will find variety 
of shops and restaurants especially
    Thai & Japanese food.
•   3 minutes by walk to Ekamai Bus Station to Norther part of Thailand, just
    opposite the road, this station is 
the terminal for all buses to Chonburi ,
    Bangsaen , Pattaya , Rarong and Trad.