Fashion Island (Bangkok)

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Fashion Island is a shopping mall located on Ramintra Road, in Khan Na Yao District outskirt of Bangkok, Thailand.

Fashion Island
Fashion Island.jpg
LocationKhan Na Yao, Bangkok, Thailand
Coordinates13°49′33″N 100°40′45″E / 13.825803°N 100.679096°E / 13.825803; 100.679096Coordinates: 13°49′33″N 100°40′45″E / 13.825803°N 100.679096°E / 13.825803; 100.679096
AddressRamindra road
Opening dateJune 1995
DeveloperSiam Retail Development Co., Ltd.
No. of stores and services300
Total retail floor area350,000 m2 (3,800,000 sq ft) (Fashion Island)
119,100 m2 (1,282,000 sq ft) (The Promenade)
Parking5,500
Websitefashionisland.co.th
Fashion Island Monorail
Overview
LocaleBangkok
Transit typeMonorail
Number of lines1
Number of stations4
Technical
System length1.4 km (0.9 mi)

Fashion Island is currently ranked as the Twenty-sixth largest mall in the World along with Dubai Mall and West Edmonton Mall (once biggest mall in the world until 2004).

The shopping mall featured an amusement park with a monorail circling around the mall. It was 1.4 km (0.87 mi) in length with four stations. The amusement park and monorail were both shut down after an accident. On 26 June 2002, a short circuit caused one train to catch fire. The train had no circuit breaker, and the passenger compartment was not protected by fireproof insulation. Two girls, six and eight years old, died in the fire, and two more children were injured from jumping out of the train.[1]

AnchorsEdit

  • Central Department Store (Opening 2021-2022)
  • Robinson Department Store
    • Tops Market
    • B2S
    • Supersports
    • Power Buy
    • Officemate
  • Central Power Center
  • Gourmet Market
  • Major Cineplex
    • Fashion Island 7 Cinemas
    • Promenade Cineplex 8 Cinemas
  • HomePro (Old Fashion Island Zone Move To New Parking Building B)
    • The Power by Homepro
    • Bike Express
  • Food Island
  • Sports World
  • HarborLand
  • Kidzoona
  • Prom Garden
  • Prom Market
  • Fitness First
  • Island Hall

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ The Monorail Society (2002-06-26). "Bangkok amusement monorail fire". Archived from the original on 2008-11-18. Retrieved 2008-10-12.

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