Spend 400 thb at any of the restaurants or cafes at Open House and you can get an hour's free play time in the Play Area. there's a ball pit, trampoline and giant slide. It's supervised by friendly staff so the kids are well looked after!
This beautiful space on the top floor of Central Embassy houses a bookshop, coworking space, boutiques and numerous cafes. You can happily sit for hours using the free WiFi without anyone bothering you :)
The Taiwanese take gaming very seriously. They provide formal gaming classrooms to kids, build gaming cafes in every corner, and host World Championships in e-sports. If you live and breathe gaming, then you’ll love Lee Hwa Hang’s high-end computer units housed in their three-storey cafe. They even provide a cab for you to get home after a long day with the consoles!
Another chain store with unique stationery, stickers, and crafts, etc. Imagine a department store that carries several brands internationally. It’s on the pricier side relative to Muji.
I like that this location is in the same plaza as a Muji—- perfect for a stationery crawl. Lives on top of a MTR station.
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