Jungceylon Shopping Mall – Patong

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The Jungceylon Shopping Mall is the second largest mall in Phuket after Central Festival. It definitely addresses to Patong walk-in tourists with a lot of souvenirs shops in the underground floor, a lot more attractions and overall, higher priced restaurants (not necessarily better though). Located in the centre of Patong on the corner of Bangla Road and Rat-u-thit Road, Jungceylon is divided in four zones hosting a huge hotel, six room Cinemas, a bowling alley and a massive discotheque.

 

Jungceylon Shopping Mall

Jungceylon Shopping Mall

 

Jungceylon attractions

  • Robinson Department Store has the most extensive network of any department store in Thailand; with its wide selection of International and Local Brand names. Robinson’s pricing and merchandising strategies make fashion and style more accessible to middle income consumers. Jungceylon’s branch consists of a total of 12,000 square meters spread out on 2 Floors.
  • Big C Extra with a total of 8000 Square meters spread out on 2 floors, this one stop hypermarket guarantees bargain prices and freshness.
  • That’s Siam is a magnificent shopping gallery of arts and crafts from all over Thailand.
  • Bowling alley with 16 lanes. Games are cheap at 100 to 120 baht a game, plus 20 baht for your shoe hire.
  • Shooting Range (yes, live bullets in a shopping mall!)
  • Laser Shooting Range, much cheaper than the real thing, but not as exciting.
  • Cinema –  The cinema boasts 5 large screens and is located on the third floor of Jungceyon Shopping Complex above Robinsons Department Store. Prices start at 120 baht (Mon – Wed) and 140 baht (Thu – Sun) for regular seats.
  • A daily Water and Light show.
  • Plenty of Foot Massages, ‘Fish Spas and ‘Thai Massage at the underground level in Jungceylon.

 

Jungceylon water fountain show

Jungceylon water fountain show nightly at 7:00pm and 9:00pm

 

Jungceylon restaurants

There are plenty of choices at Jungceylon, but a bit more pricey than anywhere else.

  • Joe Louis Thai Restaurant – A beautiful dome shaped restaurant originally from a Bangkok Puppet dining theater. Nice Thai food, not spicy and surprisingly affordable.
  • MK Gold Suki – The luxury version of MK Suki, better quality of food, more choice, design and layout a bit more cozy and as you expect, more expensive. You also get a lot of ‘Wai’ in there (Thai greeting).
  • Fuji Japanese Restaurant – Fuji offers an authentic Japanese dining experience including many type of sushi, maki rolls as well as a variety of other Japanese favourites. At Fuji, everything they serve is fresh and delicious.
  • Shabu ShiAll you can eat restaurant features two types of Japanese fare – shabu shabu and sushi.
  • La Casa – quite a good Italian restaurant originally from Patong Bay Garden on the beach road.
  • Hogs Breath – an Australian steakhouse franchise… expensive and not as good as you would expect from an Aussie steakhouse.
  • Siam – just below Joe Louis and also serving a decent Thai food, maybe a bit less sophisticated. Not spicy and affordable.
  • The classics: Subway, Burger King, 2 Starbucks and Haagen Dasz

 

Jungceylon opening hours

  • Jungceylon Shopping Complex:
    May October: 11.00am till 10.00pm Everday
    November April: 11.00am till 11.00pm Everday
  • Big C Extra: 10.00am till 10.00pm. Everday
  • SF Cinema City: 11.00am till 1.00am Everyday
  • SF Strike Bowl: 12.00am till 1.00am Everyday
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