People at the Changchui Creative Park in Bangkok
Courtesy of Changchui Creative Park

ChangChui: Creative Park

Bangkok, Thailand

This 290,000-sq-ft. marketplace is an exemplar of upcycling, featuring stalls, a cinema and eateries made from salvaged zinc panels and old doors. There’s even a fine-dining restaurant housed in a disused Thai jet. “I believe that nothing is useless if creativity is applied,” says founder Somchai Songwatana. Since opening in June 2017, the attraction has lured almost a million visitors. —Casey Quackenbush

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