Seacon Square

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  • Address: Srinagarindra Rd, Khwaeng Nong Bon, Khet Prawet, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10250, Thailand, Bangkok
  • Timings: 10:30 am - 10:00 pm Details
  • Tags: Shopping Center

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  • I'm horrified that this shopping mall is exploiting an orangutan for profit, for human entertainment. This is so wrong. These creatures experience rich emotions, just like humans do. Can you imagine being taken away and forced to endure these conditions day in and day out - screaming hordes of silly humans wanting to touch you and take photos, and then being locked into that little steel cage with a net for a blanket at night? How overwhelmed and awful this orangutan must feel. Please do not support this abuse. Shame on Seacon Square mall management for even doing this in the first place.

  • Huge shopping mall not much different than any other huge shopping mall in Bangkok. It is directly next to Paradise shopping mall. Both have movie theatres and between the two, every chain restaurant you can think of in Thailand. The best feature is the night market next to Seacon, and the strip of bars and restaurants leading up to it. An old pirate ship stands at the pac soi, and the bars/restaurants are lined up one after another leading into the night market. Mostly younger Thais, the food is good and the alcohol not too expensive. It might be one of the biggest mega malls furthest out from downtown Bangkok. Compared to similarly situated mega malls, the Seacon Square/Paradise malls might have less traffic and definitely better parking (outside). Parking in the garage is as big of a nightmare as any Bangkok mall. The movie theater at the Paradise Shopping Mall is one of my favorites...clean and rarely crowded. This is not so for the Seacon Square movie theater, which seems to be very popular with the teen Thai crowd.

  • Seacon Square is a great place for shopping, eating, just walking around, or people watching. It is a large shopping mall with four floors and absolutely every type of product you can imagine. Tesco Lotus and Robinson anchor the mall with just about every other name brand or local store you can name. The place is so large that there are two or more locations of some stores and restaurants (4 or 5 DQs, 2 MK restaurants, 2 Swensons, 2 Bata shoe stores, etc). The 2nd and 3rd floor on the Robinson's end contain the Seacon Market, which is a regular market where local people sell their wares. Seacon Square is a wonderful place to shop. If you can't find what you need there, you didn't look hard enough.

  • Large shopping centre on Srinarkarn road near Paradise Park. Looks great outside but unlike Paradise Park it has not been really renovated in years. It's a Thai style mall, though those have a large Tesco Lotus. Parking is shockingly badly organised, avoid weekends as it's packed. For non Thai parking signs are only in Thai so rather confusing. Also the Train market located next door and this makes traffic shockingly bad at weekends.

  • Seacon Square is a large shopping mall with all of the major Thai restaurant brands and shopping. On the top floor is one Bangkok's largest indoor play areas for children called Skippy Land which is extremely affordable and is great for kids under 10. Seacon Square has different events happening in the middle of the mall on a weekly basis...I have seen pet, automobile, food and robot exhibitions. There is also a lot to do around the mall including Sanam Luang Park (a huge park) and Rot Fai Market (large night market with food and shopping).

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