Within Siam Square itself, there is a range of shops and services, including tutor schools, restaurants, cafe, designer clothing boutiques, record stores, bookshops, Hard Rock Cafe and banks. The customers vary from young-aged school and college students to office workers and foreign tourists. It is sometimes referred to as theSoHo or Shinjuku of Thailand.
Siam Square is a shopping and entertainment area in the Siam District of Bangkok, Thailand. The area connects to other important shopping centres and links to the other shopping districts by sky bridge, such as Siam Center/Siam Discovery Center, MBK Center, Siam Paragon, Ratchaprasong shopping district and Sukhumvit Road.
Siam Square is known as the center of fashion and teenagers in Bangkok. As a meeting place of teenagers, we can see boys and girls dressing fashionably and sometimes weirdly, depending on their styles. We get what's in fashion now from them, and then buy costumes (garments, shoes, bags, or ornaments) sold in the stores: Bonanza, By Pass etc.
Besides shopping, there're still many activities people do here. Eating out is one of them as there're many restaurants and food & drink shops there. People may go to the cinema at Lido, Scala or Grand EGV (in Siam Discovery).
Another still favorite thing for Thai teenagers is taking photographs in studios like Photo Me, U Smile, and many others, which was peak in a few years ago. One thing that sounds quite amazing is that Siam Square is also the center of tutorial institutes (so many institutes that all can't be written of!). Maybe that's another reason why Siam Square is the place where Thai teenagers collected.