Seacon Square

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Seacon Square
Seacon Square.jpg
Seacon Square
Location Srinakarin Road, Prawet District, Bangkok
Coordinates 13°41′39″N 100°38′53″E / 13.69417°N 100.64806°E / 13.69417; 100.64806Coordinates: 13°41′39″N 100°38′53″E / 13.69417°N 100.64806°E / 13.69417; 100.64806
Opening date September 4, 1994 (1994-09-04)
Developer Seacon Development
Owner Seacon Development
No. of stores and services 400+
No. of anchor tenants 15
Total retail floor area 500,000 square metres (5,400,000 sq ft)
No. of floors 7
Website www.seaconsquare.com
Exterior of the complex
Inside the complex

Seacon Square is a large indoor shopping mall in Prawet District, Bangkok. It was opened in 1994 in a ceremony presided over by HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn. The shopping center has a gross leasable area of 180,000 m2 (1,900,000 sq ft), a total area of 500,000 m2 (5,400,000 sq ft) and houses more than 400 stores.[1] The building is 500 metres long, making it one of the largest shopping malls in Thailand.[2]

Facilities[edit]

Anchors[edit]

Stores[edit]

  • Global5 (GPS Center)
  • Season IT Market
  • Klongtom Seacon
  • Siam Seacon
  • Season Trendy Mall
  • Tops Supermarket
  • Thai Food Market
  • Makro Office Center
  • Uniqlo

Restaurants[edit]

  • There are many food courts and variety of restaurants throughout the shopping center.

Education[edit]

  • Tutor Square

Leisure activities[edit]

Parking facilities[edit]

  • The mall has a five-story parking garage in addition to an underground parking lot.

Nearby attractions[edit]

  • DusitPrincess Srinakarin – Four-star hotel run by the Dusit Thani Group, attached to Dusit Thani College
  • Go-kart track – Host of most of the national championship kart races as well as several motorcycle races. Nearby are a handful of motorcycle tuning shops and radio remote control car shops and tracks.
  • Paradise Park – A nearby shopping mall.
  • 250 Yard driving range with par 3.

Bombing attempt[edit]

Seacon Square was a target in the 2006 Bangkok bombings on December 31, 2006. A bomb was found in a trash can near a gold shop on the mall's ground floor. The bomb was removed to the parking lot where it exploded without causing injuries.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About us". Official site. Retrieved 20 November 2010. 
  2. ^ Asia Web, Seacon Square

External links[edit]