Travel Thailand: Bangkok Luxury Shopping Hits a New High with Central Embassy
Central Embassy is Bangkok’s newest luxury mall located on the most exclusive intersection where the prestigious Wireless Road meets Ploenchit Road. Its grandeur is awe-inspiring, with contemporary architecture displaying influences of Thai art and culture whilst reflecting the cosmopolitan features of the country’s capitol.
Shopping here is an experience in and of itself, with elite brand names that are the epitome of style and exclusivity. Boasting authentic global cuisines from around the world, Central Embassy possesses all the attractions of a modern luxury shopping destination.
Central Embassy is Central Group’ s new flagship property, the gem in an illustrious string of high-profile projects by Thailand’ s largest retail chain. Built on the former gardens of the British Embassy and situated on the bustling intersection of Wireless and Ploen Chit, this one-of-a-kind architectural landmark, with its daring curvatures and dynamic facade, has reinvigorated the Bangkok skyline as well as its spirit. With an ultra-modern structure that pays homage to heritage, Central Embassy captures the contrasts, the quirks, the qualities that make the city so distinctively Thai: a love of expressive fashion, amazing food, emerging art, enrapturing music, the sanuk (fun) and the sabai (comfort).
The six-storey retail podium is home to the biggest names — both international and local — in fashion, beauty, design, dining and tech, while its sky-high voids has hosted works, collections and performances by world-acclaimed visual artists, musicians, fashion designers and curators. Its verdant sky terraces and top-floor restaurants overlook the sights and lights of downtown Bangkok, offering one of the most picturesque sunsets in the city on a daily basis
With the addition of a 24-storey Park Hyatt, slated for completion in mid-2106, Central Embassy will come to epitomize the ultimate blend of luxury retail and hospitality in the heart of Bangkok.
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