It started off a walk from the 4 faces buddha at the opposite then to a pedestrian bridge via Gaysorn building and we came to the Central World Shopping Mall. Saw this mall when I first visited Bangkok but then I did not went in to do the shoppings, it was under renovation and at the moment, the mall look new.
A view from the bridge, Bangkok is full of cars and traffic jam all the time on weekdays. At the background, you see a tall building and it’s the tallest building in Bangkok, it’s not a office building but the Baiyoke Sky Hotel.
There’s huge sausage selling outside the mall, it’s too big until I felt it’s disgusting. It’s pork too, but for 10baht=RM1, it’s cheap because my school’s canteen also selling sausage at RM1 per sausage.
It’s July and you know, the weather is hot and need to drink a lot of water to prevent dehydration. Haha, we found coconuts outside the mall, the coconut juice was so chilling and cool. Thailand is always famous for coconut.
It’s so special to see one or two roofless golf cart like vehicle moving around in the mall. Most probably you will see it in the airport ferrying staff from terminal to terminal. But at Central World, it’s like a free taxi for shoppers. I wanted to go to Muji Store, the driver then asked us to get on and ferry us to the escalator and told us the direction. It would be bored driving around the mall for whole day but it’s a good service. Haha.
Didn’t bought a lot of things there, gifts mostly and didn’t really got the chance to go into every shops because most of the time we were in Zen World, the classy tenant supermarket.
If you like shopping in Bangkok, check out this Central World and also Siam Paragon too. Not much shopping mall there, it’s not like Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Hong Kong where there’s so many malls.