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Review Mansion 7

Bangkok’s most bizarre fright night and drinking experience

Halloween might be over but this Bangkok mall aims to freak out its guests every day of the year 
Looking more like a movie set than a shopping mall, Mansion 7 hopes to attract Bangkok's trend-conscious set by offering them something completely unique. .

Most Bangkok shopping malls are bright, airy and relaxing, filled with the sweet sounds of pop twinkling in the air. The newly opened Mansion 7 has none of that.

The new lifestyle complex on Ratchadaphisek Road, which suitably opened on Halloween, hopes to attract young, trend-conscious Thais in search of something new and unique. A 170 million baht project, Mansion 7 is the second masterpiece of Pattara Sahawatra, the brains behind super successful "vintage village" Plearnwan in Hua Hin.

Mansion 7 offers everything a decent mall should have, but with a twist. Every food, retail and drink outlet has its own unique concept and design that can't be found anywhere else in the city -- a rarity in franchise-heavy Bangkok. Many of the venues are owned by Thai celebrities, including actress Chris Horwang, film director Yuthlert Sippapak and DJ/actress Opal.


Designed to look like a dark old mansion, the entrance to this boutique mall welcomes shoppers in with a great, frightening “claw.”Inside the air conditioning-free hall is a giant spooky moon and a deserted haunted house in the background, with various creepy installations set up here and there.




Website: Mansion7  <> Cocktail Bar, the review was in conjunction with tour guests of B.PAC. oh what a night!








Video right: Practical Joke Haunted Lift / Elevator duration: 6mins

try the Elevator coffin Prank duration 1.40min


The video is not related to Mansion7 but it gives you and idea of the shear terror you'll experience from the real life haunted hotel experience.








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The 20 minute walk through this haunted hotel is definitely a work of art that plays with human psychology and fears.  The entrance fee: 200 to 350 baht (options).

The bars open from 5 p.m. to midnight on weekdays and untill 2 a.m. on weekends, food lovers will find unique dishes here too. 

Once you’ve knocked back a few Cocktails, hit the "Dark Mansion" or so most do ... save the drink to settle your nerves after the fright!  











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