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Bangkok is known for several spectacular shopping malls in addition to other attractions. However, the mega-development project of IconSiam located at the Thonburi end of River Chao Phraya stands apart from the others in multiple ways. It has many firsts, including the first Apple Store of the nation that has left the locals as well as International tourists completely awestruck. It is a city within a city that houses residential towers, retail shops as well as an amusement park that spell glitz and glamour like no other property in and around Thailand.

The project developers have collaborated with “The Fine Arts Department of the Ministry of Culture of Thailand” to showcase the spectacular local culture via the soon to be opened ‘Heritage Museum Bangkok.’  However, it is the unparalleled shopping experience that has left the visitors mesmerised, prompting them to term the place as the ‘mother of all malls’ in Bangkok. The 3000 seat conference hall plus auditorium, luxury cinema and the beautiful indoor floating market along with the riverside promenade and ten levels of glamorous offering that include 500 shops and more than 100 fine dining establishments have succeeded in putting  IconSiam firmly on the sightseeing map today.

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IconSiam Shopping
The shopping arena containing more than 500 shops takes up the first six floors with avid shoppers likening it to paradise. The fashion stores take up the first three floors. Visitors can find both casual and formal plus party wear side by side with exclusive Thai designer stores and International Haute Couture brands. Icon Luxe on Level 1 houses the unique boutiques of Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Bvlgari, Dior along with many other big names recognised internationally.

The large glass-fronted Apple Store attracts the tech-savvy generation who find it to be ‘cool.’ The seven-storey Japanese Department Store, Takashimaya grabs eyeballs with its massive collection of top Japanese clothing and accessory brands along with cosmetics, lifestyle products and tasty Japanese food products. The Adidas Originals store happens to be the biggest store; spanning the entire Pacific region. The Nike Kicks Lounge provokes much excitement among diehard Nike fans who wait to obtain a personal styling service here.

SookSiam, the floating indoor market offers a slice of Thai culture and heritage to tourists who want to experience the joys of traditional shopping. Here, visitors can interact with the vendors on longboats without setting foot outside the air-conditioned mall. Handicrafts sourced from varied regions of Thailand make excellent souvenirs for the shoppers who are also eager to try out the massage parlours created within the area. Many of the visitors even wait for catching the mesmerising Thai performances taking place during specific times in this section of the mall as well.

Restaurants at IconSiam

It is quite unheard of to tour Bangkok without sampling its delicious eats. The foodies are sure to have a delightful experience by trying the delectable dishes offered by over 100 restaurants located within the venue. Whether one is hoping for a quick snack or wants to satiate the appetite with a full course gourmet meal, the options are unlimited.

Must Try Restaurants
Some of the big names of Thai cuisine have marked their presence here with Taling Pling serving the most authentic and lip-smacking array of Thai seafood. The popular beef joint of Nuerkoo is found within the premises too as is Coffee Beans by Dao frequented by coffee lovers and people with a sweet tooth. TasanaNakorn happens to be the restaurant zone that offers its clients with a breathtaking view of the riverside with the Siam Takashimaya Rose Dining specialises in Japanese dishes.

Hosting Other Events
The Icon Dining Rooms are apt for family gatherings with various occasions being celebrated at this magnificent location. People looking for a refreshing drink make sure to go up to the sixth level to the HOB Beer Garden with its more elegant counterpart, Tasana Nakorn Terrace Bar located right beside it.


The Floating Museum - Srimahasamut
IconSiam also offers several attractions that highlight the cultural treasures of Thailand most aptly. Srimahasamut, the floating museum happens to be right at the side of the pier. It was constructed to commemorate King Taksin’s 250th year of accession to the throne. The museum houses many rich, cultural artefacts and route maps and depicts the biography of King Taksin’s reign that traces the golden era.

Chao Phraya River
The visitors are also enthused to walk in the River Park to catch the scenic views of Chao Phraya River. The  ‘light & sound’ dancing water fountain is imaginatively named as ICONIC Multimedia Water Feature. This dancing water fountain evokes much tourist-interest as it happens to be the longest fountain in South East Asia, spanning 400 meters. The water creates incredible 2D, 3D and 4D images, ultimately scattering as tiny flowers against the backdrop of the night sky.

True Icon Hall
Visitors are greatly pleased to watch spectacular cultural performances at True Icon Hall, the auditorium cum conference hall that can seat 3000 people comfortably.


  • It is a one-stop shopping destination for avid shoppers eager to experience the best of Thailand
  • Buying the IconSiam tourist card can help a visitor obtain discounts on products with a number of special privileges
  • Exhibitions, cultural shoes and events are held regularly at the venue. However, it is necessary to note the timings in order to participate.

How To Reach IconSiam

Most visitors take the BTS or Skytrain to IconSiam by reaching Krung Thonburi BTS Station and departing via Exit 1. A shuttle van, available every 15 minutes, takes the passengers to the spectacular Icon Siam. Others prefer to use Exit 2 from Saphan Taksin BTS Station to utilize the shuttle boat service departing from Sathorn Pier for the destination every 10 minutes.

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