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If you 're only a few stops away from Ekamai on the BTS, then this is a great little all rounder. The ground floor has several small restaurants and kitchens (similar to Fifth Avenue) offering everything from Asian foods to sweet and savoury treats. This shopping centre can be entered via the Ekamai BTS station without having to go to ground level, so you can just step off the train and you're there.
If you’re not one for busy shopping centre's, then this will probably be more your speed. Apart from a slower pace, compared to more hectic malls like Siam Paragon and Siam Center, the Gateway mall caters for everything including clothes shops, a supermarket, a pharmacy, a Mothercare, a Techlife and other urban shops.
If you're staying in the area their is a great little market on the 1st floor where you can pick up bedding and linens for a reasonable price.
As you walk in from the Skytrain station, you'll see the first floor is entirely dedicated to inexpensive Japanese restaurants. Though, Japanese bistros tend to dominate here, there are other fast food restaurants throughout the mall, including Teddy's Bigger Burger, on the ground floor, and an excellent Thai food court on the 5th floor, which is great if you’re staying in the area and fancy a cheap lunch.
This place doesn't stand out among Bangkok's top malls, but if you are heading to Ekamai to get a bus, this may offer you somewhere to hang out, if need be.
Best reached by Ekamai BTS station.