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“very few shops and over priced”

O.P. Place Shopping Centre
Ranked #396 of 639 things to do in Bangkok
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Reviewed 17 April 2017 via mobile

may be because its part of the oriental hotel, so things arr more expensive. theres only a few shops, not that exciting to shop here.

Thank May L
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Reviewed 4 August 2016

I'd only recommend popping in here if you were passing. Don't make this a must-visit destination. This neoclassical building, with a feeling of colonialism about it, is very grand, but in terms of shopping there's also a sense of grandeur…at a price. So, wander around, have a look and move on. The nearby O.P. Garden is more relaxed, a place where you might stop for a coffee or light meal, but again, apart from Serindia Gallery (great exhibition when we visited) and a jewellery shop that might (and it's a big 'might') have something of interest, there's not a lot here either.

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Reviewed 4 August 2016

I love this art galleries here in O.P. Garden. I loved nearly all the artworks. This gallery is so well thought out the way it was designed. I love the decor. Well done to the professional staff and the good service they provide.

Thank Pariya_w1
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Reviewed 29 February 2016

Although nicely presented many of the stores here are empty and those that are not are very expensive. We were the only shoppers there on our visit and it was very quiet and uninspiring. There are antique shops plus expensive jewellers and leather shops etc but I wouldn't recommend it.

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Reviewed 25 January 2016

This is a (by Bangkok standards) relatively small shopping arcade, situated in a neoclassical building behind the Oriental Hotel. It's covered, it's air conditioned and it does not get packed.
What's different from other places: the merchandise is at the higher end of shopping, this is not a bargain basement with street market prices. What you get is an impressive selection of antique shops selling anything from small mementoes to large items of furniture, wonderful jewellery shops, a number of tailors, leather and linen ware shops.
The tailors cater for the Europen market - the colours are more muted (a common error when buying stuff in Thailand: the vibrant colours which look so good, can feel a bit out of place in Europe). They will copy stuff or they will create something from scratch.
There is a small coffee shop.
This is a smart shopping environment away from the noise of the city.

Thank ACL3112
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