River City Shopping Complex

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Logo RCB-03.jpg
River City Bangkok, The Anchor of Arts & Antiques
River City Bangkok.jpg
Location Si Phraya Pier, Bangkok, Thailand
Opening date 1 December 1984 [1]
Developer Italthai Group and Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group
Management Chao Phraya Development Corporation
Owner Italthai Group and Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group
Total retail floor area 47,567 m2 (total retailed area)
No. of floors 4
Parking For about 500 cars
Website www.rivercitybangkok.com

River City Bangkok, The Anchor of Arts & Antiques (RCB) is a shopping center in Bangkok, Thailand. It is on the Chao Phraya River on the Si Phraya Pier near many large hotels. It is accessible by car or boat.

History[edit]

River City Bangkok, The Anchor of Arts & Antiques was Designed by Krisda Arunvongse na Ayudhya and developed by the Italthai Group and The Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, it opened on 1 December 1984 with total floor area of 47,567 m².[1]

Composition[edit]

Tenants of River City Bangkok are 60 percent art and antique shops, 20 percent lifestyle shops specialized in leather work, silks, tailored suits, furniture and home décor, and 20 percent restaurants and cafes, totalling to 160 shops. The four floors are arranged by categories of goods and services. The RCB Artery Zone is designed to host events. RCB Galleria on the second floor is well-suited to gallery-style art exhibitions.

RCB Artery

River City Auction (RCB Auctions)[edit]

RCB Auctions Room
RCB Auctions

Established in July 1985, Riverside Auction House is an arts and antiques auction house. Every first Saturday of the month for the past 30 years, it has held 367 auctions consisting of 80,000 transactions and over 700 million baht in total sales.[citation needed]

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Coordinates: 13°43′49″N 100°30′48″E / 13.7304°N 100.5133°E / 13.7304; 100.5133