The shopping center has a total of 3 floors with 1 basement floor included. The shopping center provides a mix of retail shops, a Central Department Store, a food court, an 8-screen cinema, and a game arcade. The shopping center has parking spaces for approximately 2000 cars.
Member-based wholesale center(cash and carries) which provide a wide range and assortment of products(food and non-food products). The food section always includes a fresh fish section, a wine section, fresh meat and butchery department, and refrigerated aisles. The non-food area includes clothing, DIY, office supplies, electrical, computing, and seasonal such as garden furniture.
The largest daily outdoor night market in Rayong, with over 100 vendors selling everything from clothing to food to even carnival games to satisfy all ages.
The night bazaar is spread over 30,000 square meters of downtown property, allowing for easy pedestrian access to the Star Hotel, the Star Center, the Star Market, TESCO Lotus, and all the city has to offer.
The superstore provides 5 main categories of products: fresh food, dry food, clothing and apparel, electronics, home appliances. The products sold there are many brands in the market and the brand itself. In the mall. There are also other retailers, restaurants, auto shops. Sleep Shop Car wash shop and more.
Odila selling and importing alcoholic beverages such as wines, spirits, cocktails, Sake(Japanese rice wine), Soju(Korean rice wine), Japanese ingredients, western ingredients, pasta, spices, cheese, beef, frozen food and fresh salmon fish at the desired weight. Including equipment and raw materials for bakery. All products sold at a reasonable price.
It is about 200 meters away from Koh Samet Pier, convenient for tourists who want fresh and cheap seafood to eat on the island. By the nearest store, there is a foam box for cold storage. In addition, many shops also offer cooking service with Thai seafood sauce at a price of 30-50 baht per kilo. You can also can buy processed products such as dried squid, shrimp paste, fish sauce, processed fruit such as fried durian, fried jackfruit, banana crisps, coconut milk candy and other souvenirs on the return of the trip.