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Lately Bangkok has become a travelers hub and one of the main reasons is the shopping the city has to offer. Anyone whose desires is to shop till they drop should not miss a visit to Seacon Square. Due to the escalating number of tourist Bangkok Resort also have been growing in numbers. One of the highly recommended options by tourist is Le Meridien Suvarnabhumi, Bangkok Resort & Spa. Located in the vicinity of the international airport the hotel has well appointed rooms to offer maximum comfort to guests.
Seacon square is a 96 foot ball field size entertainment park, regarded as one of South East Asia’s biggest shopping malls. Being an indoor premises the complex allows the whole family to have unimaginable fun even on a pouring rainy day.
The retail spaces in the complex extends over 5 floors and there around 400 specialty stores and a specially dedicated IT area in the ground floor. There are also familiar names such as Tesco Lotus as well as Robinson Department stores and Seacon Fashion Mall. There’s a food court to be found in the fourth floor with over 30 different food stalls offering a good selection of Thai food as well as other Asian specialties. On the ground floor there is a street market concept inspired food market where around twenty vendors sell local specialties. The IT section is the largest of its kind in the city. For clothing one should head to the second floor where one can find different designer labels as well as independent local brands. There are also a range of beauty shops, day spas and gold shops found within the mall as well as home appliances.
When it comes to keeping the children occupied one the entire fourth floor is converted to a family friendly entertainment space. Yoyoland is a spacious indoor amusement park which has a array of rides and other exciting features.
Chandrishan Williams is a travel writer who writes under the pen name, Caleb Falcon. He specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers.