Silom Complex

Silom Complex is a modern office building and the only shopping Centre on Silom Road. Though Central Silom Complex is compact in size, but it’s a true gem. It is surrounded by a wide range of shops, cafés and restaurants in the shopping complex.

How to go Silom Complex

Silom Complex

Central Silom Complex

Bangkok Skytrain Map Sala Daeng

Silom Complex is located in the center of Bangkok’s commercial district and conveniently accessed by both BTS Saladaeng Station and MRT Silom Station. Take BTS SkyTrain Silom Line and get off at Sala Daeng (S2), Exit 4. Or, Take Mass Rapid Trainsit Route (MRT) and get off at Silom Station.

Address: 306 Silom Rd., Suriwong, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500
Open: 10:30 am to 9:00 pm everyday
Tel: 66 2231 3333

After You Dessert

After You Dessert

After You Dessert Cafe

There are many dessert café in Silom Complex (2nd floor) including After You Dessert Café, Parferio by Sfree and ETE Ice Cream. After You Dessert Café is a hot spot for all sweet-toothed Bangkokians. The original cafe is located in Thong Lor, about 100 metres along Soi 13. There were too many people queuing for After You, so sister and I went ETE Ice Cream, just next to it.

ETE Ice Cream

ETE Ice Cream

ETE Ice Cream

ETE Mango Ice Cream

ETE Chocolate Ice Cream

My sister likes ETE Ice Cream but I don’t really like it. We ordered a ‘Mango Republic’ (75 Baht) and the other one I couldn’t remember. The Mango Ice Cream doesn’t taste as good as ‘Mango Tango’ Mango Ice Cream. I complained about it and my sister was angry. She asked me whether I knew how many people out there wished to eat that but just weren’t be able to pay for it? I’m sorry. I know I’m very wrong now. ‘Appreciate’ is the word I have to learn.

Parferio by Sfree

Parferio by Sfree

Saw Parferio by Sfree when we were going back. They have over 150 Ice Cream and dessert selections. From Japanese-style Ice Cream Sundae to Japanese shaved ice to smoothies and yogurt etc.

What else around Silom Complex

Patpong Night Market
Lumphini Park

I have new friends! P’Ae and P’Pe Le, yeah! One of them can speak a little bit of English; another one can speak a little bit of Mandarin. We have been seeing each other every day for more than a month. I finally screwed up my courage and asked for their names, and we talked. I’m not a social butterfly. It’s really hard for me to talk to strangers. They taught me a lot of Thai words, though I couldn’t remember all, but I was really happy. P’Pe Le asked me when would I return to Malaysia, I told him 18 May. The date was fixed because I bought the plane tickets. And then he asked me, would I come back? I said, I didn’t know. That moment I was sad because I felt I would never see them again in my life time if I didn’t come back to Thailand, which was most probably the case. There are so much more in life I want to do, so many places I want to go. I couldn’t stay. What I could do is to appreciate the days I left with them. I will keep those precious moments in my heart and I will definitely miss them.

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