Central Embassy Bangkok is a sumptuous mall offering magnificent collections of luxurious designer items, elegant cinema screens, upscale restaurants, and the plushy Park Hyatt Bangkok hotel. The grounds where the building stands used to be the former British Embassy, and it’s how it got its name. The megamall project cost around 18-billion baht, which is the biggest shopping mall in Bangkok. For accessibility, you’ll want to stay in a hotel near Central Embassy to fully enjoy what it can offer travellers from any parts of the world.
The huge shopping centre is in the heart of Bangkok near Siam and stands out from the rest of the megamalls here with its amazing minimalist white interiors. If you were to travel by the BTS station, you can access it through Ploenchit or Chid Lom. Or if you want, you can stay in a hotel near Central Embassy to reach the mall fast and conveniently. All you’ll need is to walk some few metres and you’ll be there.
Walking right inside the mall will make you see the high-end designer stores like Givenchy, Chanel, Versace, Prada and Gucci. You’ll then recognize that this is no ordinary shopping mall in Bangkok to visit. Here you’ll be rummaging some stuff you need to buy and the prices can go really high. However, you’re assured you’ll only be seeing authentic products from this mall.
If you’re a lover of handbags, you can move to levels one and two where the exclusivity continues. You’ll see the magnificent Michael Kors, Paul Smith and Vivienne Westwood. Moving to one of the store’s many escalators, you’ll see that prices have dropped a bit especially that there are boutiques for Zara, Lacoste, Oakley and Fred Perry. If you’re here, you need to be loaded with cash to afford the buys.
At the eighth floor is an exclusive cinema whichyou need to pay around 1500 baht for a single ticket. Here you are featured the gold encrusted movie stubs, butlers and huge sofas. The six-star Park Hyatt Hotel is just above the Central Embassy with its 37-storeys building. An accommodation here can really be expensive; however, if you want something more affordable, have yourself booked in a hotel near Central Embassy for your accommodation.