Siam Botanicals’ flagship store

Did you know that our new Siam Botanicals flagship store recently opened its doors? It’s located in the Charoen Krung area of Bangkok, by the Chao Phraya river.

Siam Botanicals flagship store from the outside

About Charoen Krung Road

Charoen Krung Road (Thanon Charoen Krung) translates as ‘Road of the Prosperous City’ and is thought to have been the city’s first ‘proper’ road. To travel along its 8.5km length is to get a snapshot of many of the historical and cultural influences that make Bangkok such an interesting and eclectic city.

About the flagship store

Our flagship store is in the OP Garden complex, which is located near several five-star hotels including the Mandarin Oriental. It is spacious and light, with ceiling-height windows on three sides that look out onto leafy gardens.

Shop windows with greenery

The full range of Siam Botanicals 100% natural skincare and haircare products is on display, and there’s also a facial treatment room – why not book yourself in for our signature four-step organic facial?

Interior of Siam Botanicals store with products on display

Door to the facial treatment room in flagship store

Our friendly, knowledgeable staff are always on hand to answer any questions you might have about our products, ingredients, production process and our 100% natural ethos.

Siam Botanicals store with friendly staff member at the front desk

About the area

Our neighbours in the complex include art galleries and high-end boutique shops selling antiques, home décor products, jewellery and more. In the middle of the complex is a relaxing outdoor courtyard with a bar and a Mango Tree restaurant serving modern Thai cuisine.

In next-door OP Place, a beautifully restored colonial mansion, there are more independent shops and galleries. It’s particularly well known for antiques, but you’ll also find carpets, hand-woven Thai silk, leather goods, jewellery and a host of other handmade items.

If you have time for a little sightseeing, pop into the charming but little-known Bangkokian Museum – it’s free to enter. Set in beautiful gardens, it consists mainly of two wooden houses that have been preserved exactly as they were when they were built in the early 20th century. Also worth a visit is the Assumption Cathedral, Thailand’s principal Roman Catholic Church; its Romanesque red-brick exterior and French colonial influences make it an unusual sight in Bangkok.

For more information about our flagship store and the surrounding area, click here. We look forward to seeing you soon!

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