Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok opens shop Outlet mall adjacent Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport

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Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok opens shop Outlet mall adjacent Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport

Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok is scheduled to open on June 19, featuring several brands debuting in Thailand.

Siam Piwat Simon, a joint venture between Siam Piwat and Simon Property Group, announced it will open Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok on June 19, the second outlet mall to open near Suvarnabhumi airport.

The outlets will offer shoppers savings of up to 70% on global luxury goods, international and local fashion, sportswear, leather goods and other items from leading local shops.

The outlet mall will feature several brands debuting their outlet concepts in Thailand. Sixty of the brands featured in the centre are only available at Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok.

Many brands will offer an additional 10-15% off for the grand opening. Luxury brands available at Siam Premium Outlets include Burberry, Balenciaga, Bally, Breitling, Coach, Furla, Hugo Boss, Kate Spade New York, Montblanc and Adidas.

Nike plans to open a 1,300-square-metre premium retail store, featuring digital member exclusives and locally inspired art. Additional luxury brands are scheduled to open at the centre in the coming months.

Popular Thai brands EveandBoy and Jim Thompson are projected to offer their products.

“Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok will be an economic driver for the Thai economy; the centre will create over 1,000 career opportunities,” said Michael Tang, managing director of Siam Piwat Simon Co.

“Amenities and design features make the centre an exciting community space and a relaxing shopping destination. Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok will partner with other nearby key tourist attractions to enhance the appeal of the area as a major local and tourist destination.”

Health precautions include thermal scanners and hand sanitiser gel at all entrance points to the mall.

Staff will wear face masks and face shields, while occupancy will be limited to comply with the social distancing requirements and customers will register on the Thai Chana platform as outlined by the authorities.

The new outlets mall is located on Motorway No.7, which connects Bangkok to tourist destinations in eastern Thailand. The centre is located 15 minutes away by car from Suvarnabhumi airport and a 30-minute drive from Bangkok city centre.