Travel and Leisure Southeast Asia

By the Water’s Edge


hough many cross the river for the new mall’s international debuts—the vast complex houses the country’s first Apple store and Takashimaya department store—we come for the food. Sook Siam on the bottom floor channels old-time Thailand with local served floating market–style; Takashimaya’s Hokkaido-inspired food court dishes up Sapporo ramen at Baikhokhen; and the “Alangkarn” dining zone has 17 restaurants among rice-paddy installations.

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