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Chamchuri Square, Bangkok

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Chamchuri Square is a high-rise building complex located in Bangkok, Thailand. It consists of a commercial office tower, a residential tower and a podium housing a shopping mall which connects the two. Owned by Chulalongkorn University, construction on the complex began in 1994 but was halted from 1996 to 2005 and later completed in 2008. With forty floors and a height of 173m, the office tower is the thirty-eighth-tallest building in Thailand.HistoryOriginally known as CU Hi-tech Square, the project, owned by Chulalongkorn University, was to be developed by Siam Techno City Co, Ltd., a joint venture majorly owned by Thai Farmers' Bank (now Kasikornbank), Loxley Group and the Japan International Development Organization (Jaido), with Thai Shimizu Co., Ltd. as contractor, and sales management by Chesterton Thai Property Consultants. Construction began in 1994 with completion expected by 1997 and an estimated project value of seven billion baht. The original design consisted of a forty-storey office tower and a thirty-nine-storey residential tower, with a central linking podium (referred to as the atrium) featuring a convention centre, retail shops and direct access to the to-be-constructed MRT. Parking space was to be provided underground as well as in the lower levels of the office tower. The development concept was based on visions of a hi-tech office building and convention centre equipped with advanced intelligent systems.
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  • September 12, 2017
    Went to Chamchuri Square because nearby our apartment in ideo q just to get some food and turns out to be better than our expectation. Many restaurant from KFC, swensen and other international brand s...  more »
  • July 31, 2017
    Chamchuri Square houses several bookstores with a selection of books in Thai and English, as well as general school supplies. The Building also hosts a large variety of fast food restaurants with good...  more »
  • July 23, 2017
    It's big, but has more food and dessert options. It's not for one to go and shop for clothes and shoes. It's a mall for food and for Tesco Lotus.  more »
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  • August 26, 2017
    This building is mainly famous or known for Immigration office. There have many commercial offices like banks, corporate offices, food court and many more.
  • August 8, 2017
    Chill environment!! Not so crowded^^ A lot of banks, restaurants and education centers. Awesome!!
  • May 16, 2017
    This is a great mall and office building combo. I usually go here once a year to renew my visa and work permit. They have a great food court at the bottom. It's a little confusing since it's so sprawling, so budget extra time to get to where you're going. There's an entrance right by the MRT, so you don't have to go outside if it's raining.
  • July 15, 2017
    You just need to go to the EXIT 2 of BTS Sam Yan and found it. Lots of food and nice place to fool around.
  • July 11, 2017
    So many restaurants and shops, easy access by MRT, so many banks, very near to Chulalongkorn University.

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