Pickadaily Bangkok at On Nut, Sukhumvit
Surfing the internet for photogenic attractions in Bangkok can help you to discover hidden gems that are worth a visit.
But, if you take a mini-bus ride around Bangkok, you may come across eye-catching places that are not only convenient to stop by, but also aren’t too far from home.
Pickadaily Bangkok is a spot this writer recently discovered while riding a mini-bus to BTS On Nut one afternoon. It’s a community mall with architecture that looks a lot like an English old town where visitors can stop and shop and/or take nice shots of themselves in “England”.
Here’s what you need to know before paying a visit at the attraction.
More places to check out in Thailand:
- Huay Tueng Tao reservoir has statues of king kongs & waterfront bamboo huts
- Castello Di Bellagio is an Italian castle-inspired restaurant in Pattaya with mountain views & vintage decor
- This cobalt blue temple in Chanthaburi looks like a porcelain palace guarded by Naga
Pickadaily Bangkok is a Bangkok mall that looks like England
Pickadaily Bangkok is a community mall located on On Nut Road, Sukhumvit Soi 77.
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The attraction’s name derives from Piccadilly Circus, a large public meeting place and road junction in London’s West End.
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What’s cool about this place is that all the buildings bear a very close resemblance to establishments in the countryside of Britain.
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The attraction will make visitors feel as if they were stepping into the past in England, where picturesque barn-style buildings are inescapable.
British landmarks make an appearance in Bangkok
A majority of the decors at Pickadaily Bangkok seems to be hugely influenced by the iconic elements that famous attractions in England bear.
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Situated in the center of the attraction is a fountain with Anteros on top.
The structure is a replica of the Shaftesbury Memorial Fountain at the OG Piccadilly Circus in London that’s commonly referred to as the “Eros Fountain”.
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The fountain and its placement retains the original vibe of Piccadilly Circus. So, snap some nice photos here for when you feel like convincing others that you’re on a trip in England.
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Standing next to the fountain is the English Style Daily Arcade, which has a clock tower that’s reminiscent of a certain famous clock tower in England – making it another highlight of the place.
Multiple levels of old English-style architecture to level-up your feed
You can get some cool composition shots in front of this vintage building.
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Going up to the second floor of Pickadaily Bangkok, visitors will be introduced to a variety of pockets that’ll remind them of old English town-esque construction and the alleys in Harry Potter.
It seems that every corner on the second floor is Instagram-worthy.
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If you’re not sure where to begin, strike a pose beside the black railings, where you can use the vintage-style buildings as a backdrop.
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Another highlight for you to visit in “London” that’s just a few steps from the black railings is a miniature Grosvenor Street.
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Here, you can forget the fact that you’re living in the 21st century for a moment and pretend you’re a time traveler taking a time machine back into the past.
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The buildings in the background, the “cobble” streets and even signage will make it look like you’re taking the photo in England.
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With a wide array of vintage buildings that look like they’ve been transported straight from the English countryside, there’s no doubt that Pickadaily Bangkok attracts a lot of interest from expert photographers and models.
Pickadaily Bangkok is only 15 minutes away from BTS On Nut
Travelling from Bangkok to London may be a little tough right now. Luckily, however, there’s a little slice of England right here in Bangkok’s central Sukhumvit district.
Pickadaily Bangkok is located near the main road of Soi On Nut 37/1. To get there, visitors can take a mini-bus ride from Sukhumvit 77 Road straight to Pickadaily Bangkok, or take a motorbike taxi from BTS On Nut.
The attraction is very easy to spot; just keep an eye out for the shopping mall that doesn’t look like it should be in Thailand.
We recommend visiting the place during the daytime, as that’s when we get the best lighting.
Opening Hours: 10AM – 8PM, Daily
Address: 2343 On Nut Rd, Khwaeng Suan Luang, Khet Suan Luang, Bangkok 10250
Nearest Train Station: BTS On Nut
Telephone: +66 9 4359 6144
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