Siam Premium Outlets featuring global luxury brands like Burberry, Balenciaga and Hugo Boss, is set to open its doors on June 19
Travellers keen to stock up on luxury brands at a proper shopping mall before their trip, can soon stop by Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok on their way Suvarnabhumi airport. Opening its doors on June 19, the shopping mall will be the first Premium Outlet Center in Thailand by Siam Piwat Simon, a joint venture between Siam Piwat and Simon Property Group, owner of premier shopping and mixed-use destinations across North America, Europe and Asia.
The project brings the world’s most recognized and popular brand of outlet shopping to Bangkok, joining 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 Outletsin New York City; Gotemba Premium Outlets in Japan; Yeoju Premium Outlets in South Korea; and Johor Premium Outlets in Malaysia.
Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok will offer shoppers everyday savings, up to 70 percent off, on a vast array of global luxury, international and local fashion and lifestyle, sportswear, leather goods, and leading local shops. Several brands are debuting their outlet concepts for the first time in Thailand, while 60 of the brands are only available exclusively at Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok.
Key global luxury brands that will be featured at Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok include Burberry, Balenciaga, Bally, Breitling, Coach, Furla, Hugo Boss, kate spade NEW YORK, Montblanc, Adidas and Nike, plus local Thai brands like EveandBoy and Jim Thompson.
Shoppers can also enjoy a variety of Asian and Western food and beverage options, including Starbucks and BreadTalk, as well as a 1,200-sqm food hall concept by Food Republic.
The new shopping mall is located along Motor Way (No.7), which connects Bangkok to the tourist destinations in the East of Thailand; a convenient 15-minute drive from Suvarnabhumi International Airport and a 30-minute drive from central Bangkok.