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Sathorn Shopping - Where to go when home calls

Sathorn is a business city by day and luxurious hideout by night. Thus if you are in Sathorn and wishes to do a bit of shopping, you would have to head out to nearby places, the top being listed here.

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Banyan Tree Gallery

Located quite close to Sathorn and its key accommodation choices such as Anantara Sathorn Bangkok Hotel, Banyan Tree Gallery specializes in spa products and unique tokens that are full of Thai qualities. Although the Gallery is a part of a hotel, albeit not a Sathorn Leisure Hotel, one need not be a visitor at the hotel to enjoy the goods of Banyan Tree Gallery. What sets this place apart from the others is that Banyan Tree Gallery houses only Banyan Tree products. So if you are seeking for something special and exclusive from Thailand, this is the place to visit.

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Q House Lumpini Life Centre Mall

Trendy, compact and efficient, Q House Lumpini Life Centre Mall is located at the point where Sathorn Road intersects with Rama IV. Although the Q House is a 38-story structure, the Mall takes of only 5 floors of it. Unlike the usual trend, the place is quite busy on weekdays attaining a sense of quiet tranquillity towards the weekend.

The ground floor is dedicated mostly to restaurants, with plenty of Asian options such as Lee Café, Santa Fe, and Madame Heng. You can enjoy a dish of local ramen, try Tum Yum and taste many of the other delicacies of Thailand. A scattering of beauty outlets makes up the remainder of the ground floor. The appearance of health and well-being stores gradually increase as you go higher up, with the fifth floor comprising entirely of a fitness centre where one can engage in a multitude of exercises as well as take Yoga and spinning classes.

If you are out at night with no idea where to go, Q House Lumpini would be a good place to spend some time strolling among renowned shops and grabbing a bite while sitting in the comfort of luxury.

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Suan Plu Market

Even if you are not looking for something specific to buy, it is always a good idea to stop by a local market that is frequented by locals so you are able to catch a glimpse of the local culture. Suan Plu Market located in the heart of Suan Plu is such a place. This market is a favourite among the locals who frequent it for their weekly vegetable, fruit, meat, and fish needs. You will also find plenty of home cleaning products here, illustrate how serious cleanliness is to the Thai. Do not forget to pick up a bunch of flowers on your way through the market, for it has one of the best rates for flora. If your feet are tired with walking through the market, simply cross the street to enjoy some authentic Thai street food, and strike up a conversation with a local street vendor to enhance your knowledge and impression of Thailand as well as the Thai people as a whole.

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