Paradise Park brings high street shopping and contemporary lifestyle to eastern Bangkok. It has five floors, with over 700 retail shops, a Cineplex with digital and 3D screens as well as large floor spaces dedicated to modern Thai fashion, IT gadgets, food, banking, home décor and wellness.
Located on Srinakarin Road, one of the two main thoroughfares in Bangna, Paradise Park’s eye-catching design sets it apart from other shopping malls in the area. The mall’s modern architecture blends elements of nature into its design, with floral and aquatic influences on exterior wall textures as well as throughout the interior. What’s more, a themed garden features on each floor in addition to a landscaped rooftop space designed for hosting weekend markets.
Fashion Highlights at Paradise Park
The five-storey shopping mall houses all kinds of lifestyle shops and spaces imaginable in it seven zones, including dining, wellness, digital, banking, fashion, edutainment and leisure. The ground floor is essentially about food. The expansive 20,000sqm floor space introduces a multitude of choices from world to regional and specialty cuisines, plus endless booths for takeaway snacks and desserts. Other highlights on this floor include the Seri Market, for Thai street food and ready-to-eat meals (including a few Halal food vendors) and Lemon Farm, a produce market with organic vegetables and healthy snacks.
The first floor showcases designer fashion, jewelry and fashion accessories. Besides international fashion labels, Paradise Park promotes modern Thai fashion by dedicating 500sqm of its first floor to The Dressing Room, a multi-brand store featuring various collections by Thai designers, including Friday 27 Nov, Dusk till Dawn, 8E88 Pink Label, Blonde, Rebecca and 8 ½. There’s also a two-level anchor store for Home Depot, where you can find all kinds of accessories for your home, a huge sports outlet and Loft, a Japanese-branded store selling creative gifts, home accessories and souvenirs.
Lifestyle and Entertainment
Go up one level, and the second floor is mainly about IT gadgets and accessories. The 1,500sqm Digital World houses various branded shops and smaller vendors, from computers and software to mobile phones, cameras, electronic appliances as well as Hi-Fi audio and home theatre systems. The third floor is dedicated to lifestyle and entertainment, with eight-screen Major Cineplex; a host of day spas, nail and hair salons; standalone food outlets and tutoring schools. True Fitness occupies the fourth floor, as well as more tutoring schools and an outdoor market.
All in all, Paradise Park is as close as it gets to the shopping malls in Siam or Sukhumvit area. In terms of luxury brands, it offers plenty without going over the top. There’s a balanced mix of lifestyle, dining and entertainment outlets, along with fashion. Plus, the predominantly white interior spaces, with lots of glass and bright natural light, equate to a pleasant shopping experience.
Paradise Park Bangkok
- Opening Hours: 10:00 - 22:00
- Location: Srinakarin Road, Bangna area