New mall in Chatuchak, Bangkok
Visiting Chatuchak Weekend Market is a must-do when you’re in Bangkok, but it often leaves our shirts soaked in sweat due to Thailand’s unbearable weather.
Well, sweat no more. You can now take refuge from the blazing heat at Mixt Chatuchak, a brand new air-conditioned shopping mall with more than 500 shops, situated right in the heart of Chatuchak.
Mixt Chatuchak selections and hot opening deals
For those of you who are worried that Mixt Chatuchak would be just another mall filled with generic shops, don’t worry. Some of the stores you’ll find here are actually from Chatuchak Market itself! Aside from shopping, stalls in the food court are also specially selected from all over Bangkok.
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Note: Do keep up with their Facebook page to stay up to date with the promotions
Here are some shops you should visit at Mixt Chatuchak:
1.Yupa.Clay – cute clay miniatures
If you’re looking for some cute souvenirs that won’t take up all the space in your luggage, stop by at Yupa.Clay for wide range of cute Thai-style miniatures – from mini flowers and animals to som tum (Thai papaya salad) table.
Where to find: Room no. 3045, floor 3, Mixt Chatuchak
2. ARNON Thailand – minimalistic T-shirts
After their first branch at Chatuchak Weekend Market, Arnon’s minimalistic T-shirts have become one of the trendiest local brands around thanks to their cool designs and comfortable material which is perfect for Thailand’s climate. They also sell pants and men’s accessories like crossbody bags.
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Where to find: Room no. 2114, floor 2, Mixt Chatuchak
3. Hyena – boho tie-dye dress
For ladies into boho style, Hyena has collections of dresses with awesome tie-dye patterns for you to shop from. They offer a wide range of colours as well, from black and white to bright yellow, so you might want to buy more than one.
Also, you can get some colourful earrings to match the dress too.
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Where to find: Room no. 1107, floor 1, Mixt Chatuchak
4. Dek Khong Pinto Si Wan – modern, colourful tiffins
Today, a lot of people pack their own food to reduce the use of garbage. You can also do so in style by getting a colourful tiffin at Dek Khong Pinto Si Wan. Here, they redesign old school tiffins that Thai people are familiar with to cute and fashionable carriers in various sizes, designs, and colours.
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Where to find: Room no. 1138, floor 1, Mixt Chatuchak
5. Gai Kia – handmade leather goods
Gai Kia is another well-known stall from the market, offering a wide range of beautiful and uniquely-designed leather goods from wallets to cowboy hats.
If you have any design in your mind, you can talk to them and see if they can make it to order for you too – that’s cool!
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Where to find: Room no. 3032, floor 3, Mixt Chatuchak
Try delicious Thai food at their food court
After browsing around the shops, stop by their food court and fill up your tummies with Hua-Tho Pad Thai, a pad thai stall with a big-sized shrimp from Ratchada Train Market, or Sam Ran Thong Boat Noodle, a famous boat noodles stall from Sam Yan. Don’t forget to end your meal with delicious desserts like sticky rice and mango or Thai crispy crepes.
Mixt Chatuchak has a food court with an amazing view overlooking the entire Chatuchak market.
Mixt Chatuchak’s food court area overlooking the market
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You can visit Mixt Chatuchak all week long
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Although Mixt Chatuchak is a perfect place to chill after a sweaty walk at the weekend market, you don’t have to wait till the weekends to come because it’s open all week. So don’t forget to drop by and hunt for good deals whenever you’re free.
Address: 8 Kamphaeng Phet 3 Rd, Khwaeng Chatuchak, Khet Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900
Opening Hours: 10AM-10PM, Daily
Nearest Train Station: Mo Chit BTS station (exit 1) or Chatuchak MRT station (exit 1)