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“A nice mall”
Review of Jungceylon

Ranked #6 of 69 things to do in Patong
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Owner description: The Epicenter of Voguish Trend Discover an unrivalled experience and hunt the latest trends of fashion treasures from over 300 world-renowned and iconic local brand labels. Elevate the ordinary lifestyle to superior with an array of chic international gastronomic delights, and exotic entertainment venues. Be sure to catch Jungceylon's spectacular daily Water Fountain Show at 7.00 and 9.00 pm. Jungceylon, a truly new-era shopping, dining and entertainment paradise all under one roof.
Useful Information: Lockers / storage, Food available for purchase, Activities for young children, Bathroom facilities
Reviewed June 25, 2013

It's pretty expensive to buy souvenirs here. The best part is that the food court has 2 halal stalls and a stall selling the best coconut ice cream.

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Reviewed June 24, 2013

When you get tired of shopping in the heat, the Jungceylon Shopping Centre is the place to be. Fantastic Restaurants to choose from.....also Dunkin Doughnuts,Big C Supermarket, Robinson Department Store....etc

Le Siam (Thai fine cuisine) & Joe Louis (beautiful restaurant deals primarily in Thai food).....Fantasic menus and the food was delicious. Highly recommend both restaurants for those who enjoy Thai Food.
If you've had enough Thai food please try Urban Food Restaurant & Deutsche Kneipe (loved the Buffet evenings @ this German Restaurant, we paid 199BHTpp) and the food was great.

But the real "FIND" of our holiday was the Jungceylon Food Court (basement of the building), There are many food stalls and a variety of different dishes to choose from.You purchase a card from the counter and use it at every stall. Very affordable!!

Quite a good place to spend time!!!

Thank Bernadette R
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Reviewed June 21, 2013

I have visited Thailand three times and start each morning coming here! The Coffee Club in Jungceylon is one of the only places in Patong that serve decent coffee, so it's a must. You also get an hour of free internet usage with a coffee purchase!

There are so many hidden gems inside Jungceylon, it'll be difficult to list them all... but, believe me, among all the expensive and often boring stores, there are some really cool ones!

One in particular that has a soft spot in my heart is Takashi Tokyo, a beauty parlor located within the complex. They specialize in facials and massages. For a mere $35, you can get a 90 facial treatment based around your skin type, which includes so many different products I can't begin to name them... you also get a 20 minute massage and a cup of tea afterwards. Spot on. It's incredibly hygienic, everyone wears masks and ties their hair back and the girls are so lovely in there!

If you're hungry, try Wine Connection! That's my favourite spot to eat in there. Despite the name, they're actually a restaurant, specializing in the kind of food you'd find back home. Steaks, stews, pizzas and pastas. Absolutely delicious and not too expensive, either.

If you go upstairs to the electronics area, you'll find a lot of stalls selling fake products. These include iPhones, iPods and iPads and other brands, too. The great thing is that these products actually work and function exactly the same as real ones. I gave two iPods to friends of mine - $45 each! What would they cost here in Australia, maybe $150 each? Crazy!

Lastly, the fish massage. This is located just outside the doors leading away from the food court where Wine Connection is. For $10, you get a 10 minute fish massage... which involves you having 300 tiny fish nibble at your feet and legs. It tickles so much to begin with, but then it becomes like a relaxing hum... I loved it. When your time is up, you get a wash and some lotion and your legs feel so smooth!

I love Jungceylon!

Thank sorcha44
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Reviewed June 21, 2013

Only mall in Phuket worth going too. But save your money for Bangkok. This is a very average mall compared to Bangkok. The cinema was good though so gave it an extra star.

Thank love2travel1983
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Reviewed June 18, 2013

If you are not staying nearby, this is best left for a rainy day. Plenty of shops and F&B outlets although on a personal level I think the tenant mix at central festival is better. For those looking for asiabooks, please note that there is a better selection at the shop on the first level (and not the one in B2S). Underground carpark is very dark - drive with care.

Thank BenLYK
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