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It seems to be a common trend in Vientiane, build a mall and don't fill it stores. Waste of time going, nothing in there to buy. There is now another mall being built next door, I expect this will be the same.
The aircon was a lovely pleasure during the May heat. We wandered around window shopping more than buying, but it’s nice to see inside another countries mall. The food court had many choices, most with reasonable prices. Beside the food court, we found cheap sushi...More
I was really excited with the fact that Vientiane Center is the largest shopping centre in Vientiane and expected a lot of shops and the availability of certain brands from overseas. Sadly, this is not true. It is quite "dead", not as busy as in...More
I happened to be passing Vientiane Centre Laos and decided to go in for some lunch. I went into the Pizza Company and after eating I had a walk around.
There’s loads of western brands in here and they are spread out over the three...More
Easy to find near the bus station, we darted in here to get a break from the heat.
Western in style, with shops, food court and cinema, this place offers a view of the new Laos emerging through Chinese money.
Nice trendy and upscale mall in downtown near main bus station, just a couple of years old...largely for foreigners or hi-so Lao, vast majority can't afford to shop here. Can't compare with malls in other SE Asian countries, but okay for Vientiane...great on a rainy...More
I took a trip here and was terribly disappointed. Maybe I have been spoiled by the malls in Thailand. I love malls. But this mall wasn't particularly big and many of the shops were closed at 8 PM, including the restaurants. The ones that were...More
One of the new mall and probably one of the biggest in the entire country! very western style on multiple floors, its targeted for the middle Laotian class and it’s not very crowded place. There’s also a multiplex cinema and a foodcourt on top floors...More