This luxury mall across from Central Chitlom has a unique exterior that is easier to see from the elevated walkway. It’s four stories, and attached to the mall is an exclusive hotel.
The mall has many international high-end marks such as Gucci and Hermès. It also has some unique shops such as HARDCOVER: The Art Book Shop, which specializes in Asian contemporary art books and has a small gallery in back with interesting shows. Good Design Store features mostly Japanese minimalist design. The OTOP store (OTOP sells Thai handicrafts) has a lot of beautiful jewelry and wallets and bags.
In the basement is Eatthai, an excellent food court that has Thai street food classics. It must be the quietest and most comfortable food court in Bangkok and is decorated with a wall of somtam crocks. And they have a vegetarian stand, which is rare, with delicious variations like het tord, a fried mushroom pancake spinoff of hoy tord, or fried oyster pancake. There’s also a grocery area with Thai natural beauty products and spices for cooking.