Siam Square One is Bangkok’s newest kid on the block, the latest addition to the already numerous shopping malls in Bangkok.
This seven-storey shopping mall is located opposite Siam Paragon, with the Siam BTS sandwiched in between. It focuses on fashion, lifestyle and digital technology, and is a haven for food lovers with enormous space dedicated at the upper floors for restaurants and cafes. There are also a number of shops dedicated to health and beauty.
Shopping at Siam Square One
In Singapore, you’ll only find these at the Build-a-Bear workshop, and even so, the prices are high, and sizes are only for the bigger toys. At this stand-alone store called Be Mine Bear at Siam Square One shopping mall, prices are a lot cheaper, and sizes are available even for small sized plush toys!
I sometimes make the effort to recycle my old clothing to make new clothes for my beloved plush companions. However, it can be a time-consuming affair and the end product looks nowhere as cute and pretty as these. Each of these plain T-shirts cost only about SGD $10.
These would cost a lot more, but are in general much cheaper than those at Build-a-Bear workshop.
Dining at Siam Square One
There are so many dining options at Siam Square One shopping mall, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Dining options runs across a spectrum of cuisines, ranging from Western, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese and many more.
Seafood lovers will be delighted to find that the popular and highly rated restaurant Som Boon has opened a new outlet at Siam Square One. However, initial reviews are not as favourable as its Bantadthong Branch.
After You Cafe is a popular Japanese-style tea and coffee house in Thailand. It’s a must-try! The queue for this cafe is always very long!
Overall, it was a relaxing shopping experience at Siam Square One. Do visit it when you are in Bangkok! 🙂
Join us next as we savour a sweet treat @ Mango Tango.