Top most famous shopping malls in Bangkok

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Top most famous shopping malls in Bangkok

Bangkok is one of the largest cities in Thailand and a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. The city is known for its diverse culture, unique cuisine, and beautiful natural scenery. However, one of the main reasons that Bangkok has become a popular destination is because it have a plenty of shopping from normal to high-end. In this article we will give you list of most famous shopping malls in Bangkok.

Top most famous shopping malls in Bangkok

Briefly about Bangkok

Bangkok is the capital city of Thailand and one of the largest cities in Southeast Asia. The city has a rich history that dates back to the 15th century when it was founded as a small trading post on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River. Over the centuries, Bangkok has grown into a bustling metropolis that is home to over 8 million people.

Today, Bangkok is known for its vibrant culture and unique attractions. Visitors can explore the city’s many temples and palaces, sample delicious street food, and shop for everything from designer clothing to handmade crafts. With its mix of ancient traditions and modern amenities, Bangkok is a city that has something for everyone.

Well-known as a Buddha country, the local here has a strong believe in Buddhism. No matter what religion you are belong to, you should visit some big temple in Bangkok not only for praying but also for understanding their traditional and cultures.

Shopping in Bangkok

Shopping in Bangkok is a unique experience that offers something for everyone. The city is home to hundreds of shopping centers and markets that sell everything from designer clothing to handmade crafts. Bangkok’s shopping centers also offer entertainment and dining options so you can relax after a long day of shopping. Some of the most popular shopping destinations in Bangkok include Siam Paragon, CentralWorld, Terminal 21, IconSiam, and EmQuartier. In addition to shopping, these centers also offer entertainment and dining options so you can relax after a long day of shopping.

Here is a rundown of the shopping malls and options within a space in the heart of the city called the Bangkok Shopping Mile. All Malls are reachable by BTS and Skywalk

Siam Square mall

Siam Square is a shopping and entertainment area in the Siam area of Bangkok, Thailand. The square is located at the corner of Phayathai Road and Rama I Road and is owned by Chulalongkorn University, managed by its Property Management Office, known as “Chula Property”. It is connected to nearby shopping centers and shopping districts, such as MBK Center, Siam Paragon, and Ratchaprasong shopping district, by a skywalk.

Siam Square is maintained by the University Property Management Office of Chulalongkorn University. It has been compared to a “one-tenth miniature” of Bangkok in terms of catering for diverse needs, with over 4,200 shops in many styles and also many other types of services including many successful Thai businesses, tutor schools, restaurants, cafes, fashion, art, design, and many new emerging businesses.

Siam Square is a popular destination and traffic hub with at least 400,000 people traveling to and through Siam Square each day. If you are looking for a more artsy and creative shopping experience, Siam Square is highly recommended for you.


430/35 Soi 7, Pathum Wan, Bangkok City 10330
+66 90 665 3616
Open 10 am Closes 10 pm

Central World

One of the largest and most modern shopping malls in Krung Thep Maha Nakhon (Bangkok) would have to be the Central World Bangkok and the ninth largest shopping complex in the world and owned by the company Central Pattana. The complex includes a hotel and office tower and is connected to a 15-screen cinema, two Hindu shrines, and an ice skating rink, learning centers, kid’s zones, food courts, boutique supermarkets.
If you are on holiday in Krung Thep Maha Nakhon (Bangkok) and want to shop for international brands and high-end fashion items, a visit to the Central World shopping complex is an unbeatable experience

This mall in Bangkok is designed to look like an airport, complete with a shopping guide that looks like a passport. You can even check-in for your upcoming flight on the main floor. Explore the nine-story complex and its themed floors that will transport you from Tokyo to Istanbul to San Francisco, all in one day. When you’re ready to refuel, head over to the Gourmet Market for a delicious selection of Thai food. Make sure to grab a Tourist Privilege Card from the information counters to enjoy discounts at participating outlets.


Emquatier Bangkok

The EmQuartier is a large shopping mall in Bangkok, Thailand opened in May 2015. It is one of three malls planned for the “EM District”, along with the existing Emporium, and the future EmSphere.

The building features a 30-ft open air garden on the fifth floor, six stories of dining terraces sitting atop a helical floor slab, an eight theater cinema complex including an Imax theater as well as a pedestrian street and five-story waterfall, as well as two stories of underground parking. The mall is divided into three sections, named the Helix Quartier, the Waterfall Quartier and the Glass Quartier. It covers around 600,000 sq m of retail space in downtown Bangkok, with 1,000 local and international stores.

 Open from 10 am to 10 pm

MBK Center Bangkok

MBK was the largest shopping mall in Asia when it opened in 1985. It is on land leased from the adjacent Chulalongkorn University. This lease was renewed in 2002. MBK was named after the parents of the developer Sirichai Bulakul, Mah and Boonkrong, whose statues are found on the ground floor.

MBK Center is not just popular with residents but also with tourists who seek out world-class shopping options. Set over 8-floors with over 2,000 shops, MBK is a place where you can get everything from designer clothes and fashion items to electrical goods and everything else you could imagine.


444 Phaya Thai Road, Pathum Wan, Bangkok

+66 2 853 9000


299 Soi Charoen Nakhon 5, Bangkok, Bangkok 
+66 2 495 7000

Siam Discovery

It is known for its fashion-inspired stores, such as Issey Miyake, Comme des Garcons and Diesel. Siam Discovery is set over several floors and focuses on a more comfortable shopping style in a Japanese environment. When it comes to shopping for fashion, jewelry, and lavish furniture, Siam Discovery is one of the best shopping options in Krung Thep Maha Nakhon (Bangkok)

With a sophisticated boutique-type atmosphere, Siam Discovery is more upmarket 🧔 than somewhere such as MBK. Although the mall was initially constructed in the 1970s, it went through a refurbishment in 2016 that cemented its luxury shopping reputation. Located next to the Siam BTS Station.


989 Rama I Rd, Khwaeng Pathum Wan, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon

+66 2 658 1000

Open from 10 am to 10 pm

Gaysorn Bangkok

Gaysorn Shopping Mall Bangkok is located right in the heart of the Bangkok Shopping Mile. It is a luxurious boutique mall that is upmarket and chic in every way . This exclusive shopping center enjoys a contemporary design concept that takes retail to another level.

Just walking distance from the Chit Lom BTS Station and adjoining the InterContinental Bangkok Hotel, the mall is conveniently located . The host of high-end fashion brands you can find at Gaysorn are Prada, Louis Vuitton, Hugo Boss, and Gucci.


Tips to remember when shopping in Bangkok

  1. Bargain: Bargaining is a common practice in Bangkok markets and street stalls. Don’t be afraid to negotiate the price with the seller.
  2. Cash: Always carry cash with you as many small shops and street vendors do not accept credit cards.
  3. Comfortable shoes: Wear comfortable shoes as you will be doing a lot of walking.
  4. Tax refund: If you’re a tourist, you can claim a VAT refund on your purchases at the airport before you leave Thailand.
  5. Timing: Try to avoid shopping during peak hours as it can get very crowded.

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