Mercury Tower is a 23-floor grade A office building with 6-floor basement, located at the intersection of Langsuan Street and Ploenchit Road in the heart of Bangkok’s CBD.
Known for its attractive area, Mercury Tower is connected with BTS Chidlom station via linkbridge on 3rd floor and opposite to Central Chidlom department store, offering competitive advantage from the utmost convenience of terrific transport connections.
Comprising of office and retail space, it offers a great selection of restaurants, café & bakery, pharmacies, gym and bank such as Harrods Cafe, Lawson, P60 Bootcamp and Tanachart Bank.
30 minute drive from Suvarnabhumi Airport or 45 minute by Airport Rail Link and then transfer at BTS Phayathai Station to arrive at BTS Chidlom Station
Direct covered link to the BTS Chidlom station
Mercury Tower is located on the corner of Ploenchit Road and Chidlom Road at the heart of Bangkok's CBD area. Its direct connection via sky bridge to BTS Chidlom station gives the utmost convenience to walk to the most prominent shopping areas in Bangkok such as Central Chitlom, Central Embassy and Centralworld. It is also only one station away from Siam Square and Paragon Luxury Department Store.
The building was completely renovated in 2014, not only giving it a modern look and feel but also equipped with the latest technology. Part of its building turned to be Mercury Ville Shopping Mall which comprises of restaurants, small convenient stores, clinics, gym and bank.
In the area around Mercury Tower you can also find a number of hotels including Renaissance Hotel, Intercontinental Hotel, Holiday Inn, Hyatt Erawan Bangkok and embassies such as the embassy of the United States, British Embassy, the embassy of Ireland and Australian Embassy which are all located on Wireless road.
The Mercury Ville at Chitlom
Central Chitlom and Central Embassy Luxury Mall
BTS Chitlom station
Renaissance Hotel Bangkok
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