A destination for a wet day

Posted by Northerner on July 15th, 2013 filed in shopping

It is the annual rainy season in Chiang Mai and Thailand. Although Chiang Mai is mainly a hub for adventure and outdoor pursuits there are plenty of places to while away a few hours until the rain stops. There are two large shopping and lifestyle malls close to the centre of the city. Central Airport Plaza is adjacent to a crossroads just down from the city’s international airport.

Abundant retail outlets selling all manner of products, a multi-screen cinema and a diverse selection of dining venues ensure that visitors could spend the whole day at Central Airport if they so wished. Robinson Department Store occupies the east end of the building and has different floors and sections dedicated to products such as womenswear, menswear, toys and sports equipment. Wrangler and Guy Laroche are among genuine brands sold at booths in Robinson.

Other stores in the building sell quality clothing and footwear as well as the latest mobile phones, technology items and DVDS. At the west end of the building several floors are a celebration of traditional locally produced articles. In the basement of this part of the building dishes including kao soi curry noodle soup are served up in the food court.

Those with a craving for international delights will find KFC, Pizza Hut and Dairy Queen more than suffice. The Major Cineplex is on the upper levels and shows the latest releases from Hollywood and Asia. Our 1Stop guide to shopping in Chiang Mai provides additional details about where to go for a spot of retail therapy.


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