Not your ordinary Bangkok mall!

In the bustling city of Bangkok, apart from the amazing food, it’s known for its many shopping malls and complexes. However, it truly takes a special one to steal the spotlight. The recently opened IconSiam certainly seems to be ticking all the boxes.

A mega project of many ‘firsts’ and ‘bests’, you can find truly outstanding and exciting things under its roof. More than just a mall, we think it might just be Bangkok’s new must-visit attraction!

Cover image via IconSiam.

Be prepared with an IconSiam e-Tourist Card

If you decide to make a visit to IconSiam, make sure to get your IconSiam Tourist Privilege Card from Klook! You can enjoy exclusive discounts and get 30% off your purchases at participating shops and brands once you redeem your physical card.

What’s more, a 6% VAT refund is available for redemption at selected stores! Besides that, you can also enjoy dining deals, savings on selected services, and more. The card is completely free of charge (valid only for non-Thai passport holders).

How to get to IconSiam

Photo Credit: IconSiam

Address: 299 Charoen Nakhon Soi 5, Charoen Nakhon Road, Khlong San, Bangkok, Thailand 10600
Opening hours: Daily, 10am to 10pm

If you’re going to IconSiam via BTS, you can head to Krung Thonburi BTS Station, take Exit 1, and hop on the shuttle van to IconSiam (available every 15 minutes from 8am to 12am).

Alternatively, you can get to Saphan Taksin BTS Station, take Exit 2, and take the shuttle boat at Sathorn Pier to IconSiam (available every 10 minutes from 8am to 11:30pm).

Make sure to Klook your BTS Skytrain one-day pass or Rabbit Card to travel with convenience.

What you can find in IconSiam

Now that you’re all prepared, these are all the exciting things you can find in IconSiam, Bangkok’s newest and largest shopping mall:

1. The first official Apple Store in Thailand

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Apple enthusiasts will be happy to know that the first official Apple Store has arrived in Thailand at IconSiam! It’s the second Apple Store in Southeast Asia after Singapore where guests can find a full line of Apple products.

The storefront definitely stands out with its high ceiling and full lengths glass windows with trees dotted around the inside the store. Blending in with the surrounding nature and exterior, the Apple Store certainly adds an inviting charm of the mall.

2. A dizzying 7-storey Takashimaya

For the ultimate Japanese shopping experience, you definitely can’t go wrong with Siam Takashimaya, the first in Thailand. This iconic department store will have 7 floors of cosmetics, lifestyle products, men’s and women’s wear, accessories and more.

Home to Cosme, Hokkaido Dosanko Plaza, and a wide selection of premium food and beverage options, don’t be surprised to find yourself spending a whole day exploring the place!

3. Indoor floating market

IconSiam also brought a slice of one of the more unique and exciting aspects of Bangkok to the mall in the form of an indoor floating market. A first of its kind, SookSiam is perfect for those who don’t want to deal with the heat or the outdoors!

The indoor floating market aims to promote Thailand’s cuisine from 77 provinces on top of the arts and culture of their vibrant and dynamic country.

4. Largest adidas Originals store in Southeast Asia and Pacific Region

Fellow sneakerheads, you’re not left out from the excitement either. The adidas Originals store in IconSiam is the biggest in not just Southeast Asia but the Pacific Region as well. You can expect to find rare edition sneakers, and all the latest kicks in the store.

There will also be an art exhibition that showcases works of famous street artists that represent the adidas Originals brand. From time to time, there will be special demos and offerings like a DIY Zone to customise your pair of sneakers, and more.

5. First Nike Kicks Lounge in Southeast Asia

If you’re more of a Nike person, there’s something for you too. At the Nike Kicks Lounge, you can find a curated line of apparel and footwear spanning across the different Nike ranges. Treat yourself with a personal styling service which includes getting your apparel tailored to you, custom printing your items and more.

6. World-class dining experience

Getting a food coma when visiting Bangkok is a given and even more so if you’re visiting IconSiam. Go all out with the many dining options from TasanaNakorn, a sky-view restaurant zone, to Siam Takashimaya Rose Dining, a three-level Japanese food haven, and more.

IconSiam will also bring Thailand’s first 3-star Michelin restaurant and Singapore’s famous JUMBO Seafood franchise. Make sure to put your IconSiam Tourist Privilege Card to good use and enjoy special dining deals!

7. Outdoor River Park

Step out of the indoors and be met with a wide riverside public space, named as River Park. Taken in the picturesque views of the Chao Phraya River and catch the water shows at the massive water fountain. Said to be the longest fountain in Southeast Asia, it stretches over 400 meters along the river and projects a number of 3D and 4D water shapes.

8. Heritage museum

Amidst all the glitz and glamour of the new mall, the historical and cultural history of Thailand is still not lost. The IconSiam Heritage Museum is said to be Thailand’s first world-class museum complex which houses hundreds of statues, paintings, carvings, and chandelier inspired by the shape of woven garlands.

You can expect to find many priceless artworks and masterpieces at the IconSiam museum, which is quite an impressive feat for a shopping complex.

9. Luxury brands at IconLuxe

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With a name like IconLuxe, you can expect to find this shopping zone to be filled with everything grand and opulent. It’s hardly difficult to miss it with its golden ceiling, glittering chandeliers, ambitious storefronts and decorated tall beams.

Home to world-class brands like Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Bvlgari, Hermes, and more, you better get that credit card ready for some serious swiping.

10. Ten levels of endless glitz, glam and excitement!

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Under the roof of IconSiam, you can find many other exciting attractions like a massive 3,000 seat auditorium, luxury cinema theatre, an amusement park, as well as 500 shops with 100 restaurants. You’d definitely be hard-pressed for time if you want to do experience everything that IconSiam has to offer in one day.

You can also find two luxury residential towers connected to IconSiam. One is the 70-floor Magnolia Waterfront Residence while the other is the 52-floor The Residences at Mandarin Oriental.

There’s more to come from IconSiam

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The ambitious project for IconSiam doesn’t just end there. In the coming few years, you can also find more developments from having its own BTS Skytrain rail line to hosting global touring exhibitions and many more. Determined to make IconSiam more than just a mall, you can expect to find bigger and better things to happen soon!

Bangkok essentials

Remember to Klook your IconSiam Tourist Privilege Card to enjoy special discounts and additional perks at the mall.

Make your stay in Bangkok hassle-free by getting all your travel activities and essentials from Klook. Find out how you can easily collect these essentials at the airport or Siam Centre. Stay connected throughout your stay with a SIM Card, and make your travels easier with a BTS Skytrain one-day pass or Rabbit Card and ARL Ticket.