Need a gift? Head over to Iconsiam

Need a gift? Head over to Iconsiam

Need a gift? Head over to Iconsiam
Gifts from Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles at Iconcraft. photos courtesy of Iconcraft

Iconsiam has become the largest gift destination for the upcoming holiday season as it is offering a huge collection of items during the "Iconsiam World Of Gifts" festival.

Running until Jan 5 next year, the festival presents over a million gift items at various zones throughout the shopping mall.

Delicate gift sets neatly crafted by artisanal producers are available at Sooksiam on the ground floor where shoppers can look for local products from all four regions of Thailand. The gift sets have seven themes -- Thai Charm, Thai Taste, Thai Fun, Thai Creativity, Thai Friendship, Thai Sustainability and Thai Hope.

Those who prefer imported products can relish in assorted bundles at Dear Tummy on the ground floor where food, beverages, delicacies and fresh produce can be arranged in a range of concepts -- gift-oriented festive basket, sweet treat basket, party basket and healthy basket.

Meanwhile, Siam Takashimaya offers niche Japanese gifts from adorable snacks to imported fruits and gift packs. They can be prepared in Japanese style using traditional Furoshiki wrapping cloth, at the Rassada Hall, 1st floor.

Crafted gifts from all regions of Thailand at Sooksiam. Iconcraft

Loft on the 3rd floor features quirky and creative gift items from around the world as well as limited Only@Loft collections imported from Japan. In-store gift-wrapping services are also available.

For those looking for handmade and artisanal products from local craftsmen, Iconcraft on the 4th and 5th floors brings heartfelt gifts together with exceptional textiles from Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles. A DIY approach to selecting gift baskets is also on offer.

To please loved ones who are head over heels for Korean fashion, Aland, the biggest multi-brand store from South Korea, offers a line-up of products including casual and streetwear, glasses, accessories, bags and beauty products.

At Charoen Nakhon Hall, M floor, the Thai Gifts Premiums and Decorative Association introduces locally produced skincare, health-oriented goods, leather and Otop products for those with budget-friendly lifestyles and preferences.

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