Go on a tasting spree of the best of Thai cuisine from the four regions in the national village of SookSiam.Read more
SookSiam creates the mythical Himmapan Forest with the five delicacy Thai fruits including the King and the Queen of fruits ‘Durian’ and ‘Mangosteen’, as well as ‘mango’, ‘pomelo’, and ‘coconut’ at the “Fruit Paradise” zone, Upper Ground Floor at SookSiam, G Floor, ICONSIAM.
There are 5 different areas:
• Thip Sawoei (Delicious fruits)
Come get the most popular, premium grade Thai fruits from leading farms throughout Thailand at wholesale prices. You’ll find durian, mangosteen, mango, pomelo, and coconut in the “Fruit Paradise” zone located on the upper ground floor of the Central Region’s building in SookSiam.
•Thip Narrating the Mythical
Discover an amazing menu of mango-based dishes created by expert chefs. You’ll also see the beauty of fruit carving narrating the story of the Himmapan Forest.
• Thip Osod (Wonderful fruits as medicine)
Get excited with “Siam Red Fruits” zone, the pride of Thai farmers and explore the red fruit varieties that are not only tasty but also provide health benefits such as anti-oxidants, have lycopene to helps inhibit cancer cells, reduce the risk of cancer, reduce blood pressure, and blood clotting. These red fruits can also help reduce scaring from acne and wrinkles. You’ll find the Tubtim Siam Pomelo, from Ban Saeng Wimarn in Nakhon Si Thammarat Province, the R2E2 Mango, a round mango with having yellow-green and orange-red skin, the Red Chakkraphat mango, the Chakkraphat Lychee, the Tubtim-Chan Apple Custard from Damnoen Saduak, and many others.
• Disguised Thip (Processed fruits)
Here you’ll be able to find the ‘Must Buy’ Thai fruit products, already packaged to take home with you. Products bought here will support local enterprises in different parts of Thailand.
• Thip Mongkol (Auspicious fruits)
In the week of Visakha Bucha Day, “Amazing Thai Fruit Paradise” of SookSiam, will provide premium grade selection auspicious fruits “Benjathip fruits” (five delicacy Thai fruits) for offerings to the Buddha and for making merit.