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Flynow, located on the first floor, is another Thai collection that’s definitely worth perusing (Floor 1, 106-107, tel: [66-2] 610-9410).
Once that's all neatly entered, sign, and off you go. Send us your Feedback / Letter to the Editor Jewellery, watches and gold purchases over Bt10,000 need to be inspected and other purchases may be checked at the airport.
It's best not to pack your purchases into your check-in luggage. After immigration head for the VAT refund counter and present your credentials to get some cash in hand for that much-needed snack and coffee.
Pick up a fine linen scarf for Bt3,500 (US5), a men's linen shirt for Bt3,200, or a silk tie for Bt3,300. For sheer bragging rights, no would-be shopper can afford not to touch base at EM Quartier ( part of The Mall Group and right alongside Phrom Phong station) across from the glitzy revamped Emporium (both collectively termed the EM District) and the cavernous but largely empty Central Embassy.
More on these later as we proceed down busy Sukhumvit.
To get oriented and pick up transport bearings dive straight into the gleaming sprawl of the monstrous Siam Paragon ( complex facing the renovated Siam Square One .