Siam Premium Outlets – 15 Minutes from Suvarnabhumi Airport

Siam Premium Outlets Bangkok opened its doors on 19 June 2020. The massive 50,000 sq meter premium outlet is conveniently located just 15 minutes from Suvarnabhumi Airport. You can now get your shopping done right after landing or before you catch your flight.

Massive Discounts

Shoppers can enjoy up to 70 percent off, at a vast array of outlets including international and local fashion, sportswear, leather goods and lifestyle. Some of the leading brands opening at the centre are Adidas, Asics, Bally, Calvin Klein, Camper, Champion, Coach, Furla, Hugo Boss and Mont Blanc.

Siam Premium Outlets

Shopping, Food and More

Nike fans will be thrilled at the huge 1,300 sq. meter premium retail store, featuring digital member exclusives and locally inspired art. Local Thai brans including Eve and Boy, GQ and Jim Thompson will also be opening their outlets.

Shoppers can also enjoy a variety of Asian and Western food and beverage options, including Starbucks and BreadTalk. The centre will also feature a unique design, 1,200 sq. meter, food hall concept by Food Republic.

An air-conditioned VIP lounge is also available for shoppers to rest before embarking on the next round of shopping spree. As for children, the centre has vast outdoor and indoor play areas to keep the young ones occupied.

Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, Siam Premium Outlets has health precautions in place. Thermal scanners and hand sanitiser gel placed at all entry points to the mall. Staff are required to don face masks and face shields. Shoppers will need to comply with social distancing measures and register their contact details.  

Getting to Siam Premium Outlets

  • By BTS – Take the SkyTrain to Phaya Thai Station, interchange with Airport rail link to Makkasan.
  • By MRT – Take MRT to Phetchaburi Station, interchange to Airport rail link to Makkasan.

At ARL Makkasan Station, take free shuttle bus at Exit 1 to Siam Premium Outlets. Service starts from 7.30am until 10.30pm.

Siam Premium Outlets will be the first of three slated to open in Thailand.

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