King Power

by Expat Life
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King Power the leading travel retail group in Thailand now operates ten duty and tax free shops nationwide.

 Six are located at international airports including Suvarnabhumi, Don Mueang, Chiang Mai, Hat Yai, Phuket and U Ta-Pao just outside Pattaya. The other four are in ‘downtown’ sites located at Rangnam in Bangkok, Srivaree in Samut Prakarn, Pattaya and Phuket. These superstores take the company into mainstream retailing where they are becoming a major force.

For Thai and international residents, their guests visiting from overseas and tourists alike, these shopping outlets present the very best brands available to the consumer today and at competitive prices. Whether you are shopping for beauty products, makeup, skincare, perfume for the one you love, fashion goods for men, women and or the children, leather goods, electronics, kitchens and kitchenware you will be surprised at what they stock. They also carry a wide range of OTOP (One Tambon One Product) and local Thai arts and crafts so you and your guests can do all of your shopping in one place.

The four downtown centres are shopping paradises under one roof. Based in the key tourist cities of Bangkok, Pattaya and Phuket these purpose-built shopping emporiums carry well in excess of 100 quality international brand names, some exclusive to King Power in Thailand.

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The main store in Rangnam is currently being fully refurbished and will be relaunched in October this year They are located at easily accessible destinations, cleverly designed architecturally to attract attention, soothe and cosset their visitor, laid out in customer zones. Those with international flights within the next sixty days can purchase products and collect them at the Pick Up Counter in the departure halls at the airports.

They even have a world-class dining facility in each location – Ramayana where you can sample a selection of foods from an international buffet before or after your shopping experience. The shopping facilities at each of the airports are a cornucopia of shopping pleasures and present a welcome sight when you have passed through immigration. Here you can wile away the time before your flight departure browsing through a myriad of quality products at advantageous prices.

Gifts for your loved ones, family and friends or just a treat for yourself to celebrate life.The company offers shoppers 5 differing membership cards based on the amount that you spend from Navy through to Vega and each card comes with member benefits and advantages.

They offer a wide range of member advantages including discounts on every purchase, monthly special events and promotions. Apply to become a King Power Membership cardholder as a frequent flier or shopper. They even offer online shopping and a delivery service to their customer base in Thailand.

Cardholders can also utilize the 24-hour King Power lounges at the international airports – at Suvarnabhumi it is located on concourse A (turn left at the Thai sala) present your card, passport and boarding pass and be met with comfortable seating and relaxation rooms that offer complimentary hot and cold food, alcohol or soft drinks, tea and coffee, WiFi and magazines as well as shower facilities should you need to freshen up. King Power was launched in 1989 and was awarded with a Royal Warrant by the King of Thailand in December 2008.

In 2010 the company bought English football league club Leicester City which they then helped steer to the Premier League Championship in 2015/2016. In May 2017, they purchased Belgian First Division B club Oud – Hever Leuven.

In June 2016 King Power bought a stake and became the largest shareholder in Thai Air Asia so they are expanding their portfolio and intent on living up to their slogan -King Power the Pride of Thailand. Subscribe to their newsletter and get exclusive offers and the latest news.

King Power contact centre Local1631. International +66 (0)2 677 8899 | Email [email protected] (for online shopping) [email protected]

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