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Central Embassy

Central Embassy

Alex lamont

Alexander Lamont

P Tendercool

P. Tendercool

It’s Happened to Be a Closet, Bangkok Siam Square, vintage shopping, Asia travel

It’s Happened to Be a Closet

Dasa Books, Bangkok secondhand store, Bangkok shopping, Asia travel

Dasa Books

Central Embassy

Stretching more than 144,000 square meters over 37 floors, Bangkok's Central Embassy makes your average retail mall look downright demure. more...

Alexander Lamont

The British-born furniture designer has spent some 20 years in Asia, incorporating local craftsmanship and materials into his impeccable (and highly collectible) designs more...

P. Tendercool

To make these cross-cultural creations, the masterminds behind this company are Belgian and Asian designers, bronze masters of Italian and Thai extraction, and local carpenters. more...

It’s Happened to Be a Closet

Centrally located in the maze of Siam Square, where local youth go for their shopping fix, this place is a fixture for retro clothes and accessories. more...

Dasa Books

If you'd rather browse book spines than wardrobe items in a city with a venerable vintage scene, head to Dasa Books. more...

Tuba

For a retro furniture and household-goods fix in Bangkok, head this place which doubles as a bar at night more...

Siam Paragon

Siam Paragon, the capital's premier shopping complex and one of the region's biggest, offers five glitzy floors dedicated to luxury brands. more...

Gaysorn Plaza

The glitzy shops at this mall are in the upper echelons of upscale, but if you've got the cash they've got the watches, jewelery and clothes to make you into one of the glitterati. more...

Again & Again

This boutique sells vintage pieces the designer has sourced from around the world. more...

Y50

Take your time to comb through Y50's jumble: patient, eagle-eyed shoppers will be rewarded with vintage crocodile bags and rare 1960's ceramics from Denmark. more...

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