, Thailand

%Arabica targets to open Bangkok store by June

The outlet will be located in the capital’s Iconsiam mall.

%Arabica is aiming to open its latest store in Bangkok by 1 June, the chain said in their official Facebook page.

“We are aiming to open the Iconsiam store on June 1st, as we are finalizing all the formalities to open during COVID-19,” it said in the update.

However, the chain intends to make a succeeding announcement as soon as it “know(s) the exact date” they are allowed to operate.

According to their website, the chain currently has 55 stores in 13 countries. The chain earlier announced the reopening of three of its stores in Kyoto, Japan.

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