Thailand’s first Premium Outlets, Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok, successfully marks its first week of opening and the relaxation of lockdown with lines of local and expat shoppers, social-media buzz around the most appealing deals and shoppers holding large shopping bags, both hands full. This newly opened outlet centre is clearly one of the most popular checked-in shopping spots in the past week and this weekend promises to be no exception as the retail therapy continues. Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok, located only 15 minutes from Suvarnabhumi Airport, is easily accessible from Bangkok-Chon Buri Motorway No.7 route, km. 23, exit 5, Lat Krabang.

Thailand’s latest shopping destination breathes new life into the country’s retail scene and delivers the experience of true international standard outlet retail shopping with an exceptional selection of over 200 brands that include some of the most recognised and sought-after global luxury, international and top-notch local brands at everyday savings, up to 70 percent off. In addition, several key brands are offering additional privileges and promotions to mark the opening celebration. Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok also features a number of brands that are debuting their outlet concepts for the first time in Thailand: 60 brands are available exclusively at the centre.

Shoppers will find a vast array of leading international and local fashion, sportswear, kids, home and technology brands. Luxury brands debuting their first outlet concept in Thailand include Burberry, Balenciaga, Bally, Breitling, CK, Furla, Hugo Boss and Montblanc. They will be joined by other leading luxury brands, including Salvatore Ferragamo, DKNY, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Alexander Wang, Blackbarrett by Neil Barrett, Diesel, Marni, PS Paul Smith, Proenza Schouler, Stella McCartney, DKNY, See by Chloé, Joseph and Porsche Design. 

Shoppers will also find the country’s largest Coach, kate spade NEW YORK and Skechers outlets each offering an unparalleled selection of merchandise. Popular international fashion brands debuting at the centre include American Eagle, Cotton On, Mango, New Era, U.S. Polo Assn., Camper, Dr.  Martens, REPLAY, Sperry, Lamy and many more. Nike opens a 1,300 sqm premium retail store, featuring digital member exclusives and mural artwork designed and inspired by local Thai artists and culture. Adidas will open a premium outlet in stand-alone format that carries over 2,000 sportswear and fashion items. Other exclusive sports brands debuting at Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok are Asics, Vans, North Face, Sports Selected and Grand Motorsport. Leading home, technology and kids brands include Tefal, Ralph Lauren Home, Calvin Klein, Sanderson, Yves Delorme, Tefal, Garmin, Fitbit, iRobot, DJI Phantovm, Nintendo, Lego and many more. The centre also features a great selection of well-known leading local brands, including a new exciting beauty store concept from EVEANDBOY.

Shoppers can also enjoy a variety of Asian and Western food and beverage options, including Starbucks, Ajisan, Café Amazon, ChaTraMue, Hongkong Noodle, KOI Thé, Olino Crepe & Tea, Subway, S&P, Red Diamond, KFC and Sushi Plus. The centre will feature a unique design, 1,200 sqm food hall concept by Food Republic which will offer an eclectic menu selection of Thai and international dishes.

Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok is developed by Siam Piwat Simon, a joint venture between Simon Property Group, owner of premier shopping and mixed-use destinations across North America, Europe and Asia, and Siam Piwat, owner and operator of prestige retail developments in Thailand. Created by the Siam Piwat Simon joint venture, Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok is the first premium outlet centre in Thailand. The centre will join the family of Simon Premium Outlets properties around the world that represent some of the most iconic shopping destinations for residents and tourists, including Woodbury Common Premium Outlets in New York City; Gotemba Premium Outlets in Japan; Yeoju Premium Outlets in South Korea; and Johor Premium Outlets in Malaysia.

Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok extends beyond shopping with several amenities and design features that incorporate leisure and relaxation as part of the shopping experience. The centre features a beautiful and spacious green outdoor landscape environment; several unique water fountain features; a unique children’s playground filled with imagination; a serene and calming amphitheatre, and unique and creative overhead art and sculpture pieces, designed by well-known and revered local Thai artists. 

Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok opens daily, from 10:00-21:00. Free shuttle bus service is available daily at Makkasan Airport Rail Link station.

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