One more amazing place in Bangkok, not far from Khaosan Road. Now it is closed, but it is more interesting. New World Mall was built in the 1980s as an 11-story building. But the top seven levels were not approved in the original construction permit, forcing it to shutter in 1997.
The waterbody which arose after the mall was abandoned became a breeding ground for mosquitos and locals added koi, a large species of colourful carp, and they quickly reproduced, creating the bizarre aquarium filled with fish.
Now this place is closed, and life-threatening, but I can not stop you?
I just write here the Google coordinates for especially curious: 13.762172, 100.498286
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5 thoughts on “Abandoned shopping mall in Bangkok, amazing aquarium with thousands of fish”
AMAZING WORK OLGA! love your photography. 😉
Suprema, thank you:)
Is it still there
Yes, but fishes is different
Thank you for these photos,I was inside the mall many times while it was still open.They were selling some real good quality stuff there…