Shopping in Victory Monument is more about street fashion and cheap accessories that you might throw away after a few weeks than high-street designer labels. The area is frequented by working-class Thais and university students in search of something colourful and affordable. 

    If you like street shopping, you might have fun browsing through the extensive collections here. For others, it can be exciting at first glance to see all the stalls packed with all kinds of goods, but the excitement basically stops there. Most shops are located underneath the BTS skywalk and along the street from Ratchawithi Soi 3 to Soi 9. Below is our guide to the best places to go shopping in Victory Monument.


    King Power Rangnam

     King Power Rangnam is a modern glass-and-steel mall offering 2 floors of exclusive duty-free shopping. Find high-quality Thai products like jewellery, fashion, art, crafts, homeware and spa products on the 1st floor. The 2nd floor has an extensive selection of world-renowned luxury brands like Cartier, Chopard, Salvatore Ferragamo, Burberry, and Mont Blanc.

    Travellers will need to present their passports, flight number, itinerary, and King Power member card at the registration point. You can pick up your purchased items at Suvarnabhumi International Airport on the day of your departure. Long-stay visitors can still buy duty-free items here, but only in limited categories, such as cameras, mobile phones, apparel, shoes, bags and Thai silk products. King Power Rangnam is part of the Pullman Bangkok King Power Hotel.

    Location: 8 Soi Rang Nam, Phaya Thai Rd, Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand

    Open: Daily from 10am to 9pm

    Phone: +66 (0)2 677 8888


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    Century The Movie Plaza

    Century The Movie Plaza combines a lifestyle mall concept and a cineplex in Bangkok's Victory Monument area. The 8-storey mall has 4 floors of shopping and dining, with Tops Supermarket and MBK-style vendor stalls in the basement. The 5th floor houses the 8-screen cinema, while the 6th to 8th floors are designated as an ‘education zone’ for tutoring schools and institutes.

    Location: 15 Phayathai Rd, Thanon Phaya Thai, Phaya Thai, Bangkok 10400, Thailand

    Phone: +66 (0)2 247 1111


    Soi Roy Ran

    Occupying the 1st floor of the Center One shopping complex, Soi Roy Ran is an air-conditioned indoor shopping bazaar. Like its name suggests (roy ran meaning '100 shops'), it houses an extensive lineup of single-unit shops selling everything from woman’s fashion to hair accessories, leather bags, shoes, high heels and even nurse's uniforms. Most shops cater their collections exclusively to women, although there are a few T-shirt shops as well.

    Location: Ratchawithi Rd, Thanon Phaya Thai, Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand

    Open: Daily from 10am to 10pm


    Victory Point

    Victory Point is an outdoor bazaar underneath the Victory Monument BTS Skytrain’s skywalk. It's jam-packed with market-style stalls and food vendors. Catering to working-class Thais and university students, the collection of clothing and fashion accessories on sale here is no different from those you will find at street-side stalls throughout Bangkok. After sunset, a lineup of makeshift bars offers cheap drinks, such as bucket cocktails and local beers. 

    Location: Soi Ratchawithi 9 (Loet Penya), Thanon Phaya Thai, Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand


    La Villa

    Open-air, with a landscaped pond, small fountains and pockets of greenery, La Villa caters to the contemporary lifestyle of its clientele. Shops within this 3-storey community mall span a wide range of categories, from the cutting-edge to fashionable to simply cute, such as iStudio, a Japanese manga store, Bookazine, Wine Connection, After You (Japanese-style dessert café), iBerry (creative homemade ice cream), Greyhound café, Starbucks and, Villa Market.

    Location: 356 Phahonyothin Rd, Samsen Nai, Phaya Thai, Bangkok 10400, Thailand

    Open: Daily from 7am to 10pm

    Phone: +66 (0)91 818 4196

    Willy Thuan | Compulsive Traveller

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