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How to spend the perfect day out with your mom at Phrom Phong

There's no better area to spend the perfect day with your mother on Aug 12. 

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By BK staff | Aug 11, 2017

  • How to spend the perfect day out with your mom at Phrom Phong

Go for a she-needs-this spa treatment together at Clarins Spa

Indulge in a soothing treatment at the latest spa from French cosmetic and skincare giant Clarins. Outside features a clean and white design concept while the interior of its spa rooms are treated with faux-sky ceilings to help you slip into that zen state of mind. Clarins Skin Spa has its own range of products, and claims that they are up to 10 times more effective than over-the-counter alternatives. Another highlight is the brand’s signature hand massage, which is a great way to sneak in a little me-time without shelling out the cash for a full treatment. 

Beauty Hall, M/F, Emporium Department Store, Sukhumvit Rd., 02-259-8572, BTS Phrom Phong
 

Shop for gifts together at Tory Burch (new)

Spend some quality time sifting through the latest offerings at Tory Burch’s first standalone boutique in Bangkok. The brand has mastered the art of luxury American fashion without crushing wallets into oblivion, and all of its collections embody the personal style of Tory Burch herself. You can expect professional womenswear with a dash of bling and fashionable statement pieces designed for women who lead. We’re loving the latest collection, inspired by Italian designer Gabriella Crespi, with its range of beautiful mid-century-influenced bags and shoes. What mom wouldn’t like that? 

M/F, EmQuartier, 02-003-6422, Open daily 10am-8pm

Partake in a refined high tea at TWG

Sit back, relax and sip on refreshing tea mocktails (or afternoon cocktails, if you fancy) amid gold bling-covered walls and luxurious decor at TWG on the ground floor of Emporium. Other than its fine selection of teas, there’s a delicious range of not-too-sweet macarons and yummy scones. If you’re looking for something a little more substantial, try the new Thai offerings like soft shell crab pad thai in caramel tea-infused sauce or lobster krapao sprinkled with black nectar tea leaves.

G/F, Emporium Department Store, Sukhumvit Rd., 02-259-9510. BTS Phrom Phong, Open daily 10am-10pm

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Splurge on a lasting memento at Tiffany & Co.

If you’re not afraid to part with some (or a lot) of your hard-earned baht, go splurge on a lasting jewelry piece or two from Tiffany & Co. The 175-year-old brand just opened its first Bangkok boutique at the Emporium. Whether it’s a B20,000 gold bracelet, B10,000 pair of pearl earrings or a stylish B120,000 watch, Tiffany & Co. is the place to find that statement piece your mom will cherish for decades to come.

G/F, Emporium Department Store, Sukhumvit Rd., 02-664-9030. BTS Phrom Phong, Open daily 11am-8pm

Take her to "Live In The Moment" with talented artists Oat Montien & Jonas Dept.

Be a part of a simultaneous art performance inspired by the synchronized heartbeats of a mother and a child in the womb. "Live in the Moment" is a live painting and music composition session by Thai artist Oat Montien and Belgian pianist Jonas Dept. The show will see both artists improvise their work based on the sound of the mother’s heartbeat played over speakers. It's a nice chance to witness a unique moment of love between mother and child while enjoying some nice live music. You can also enjoy a relaxing mini-hand massage from Clarins Skin Spa and snag some complimentary malai flowers at Emporium Department Store during the event.
 
G/F, Emporium Department Store, Sukhumvit Rd.02-269-1000, BTS Phrom Phong. Open 11am-7pm
 

 

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