Siam Square and surroundings are the main commercial area of Bangkok, which also includes a wide range of restaurants and entertainment venues.
In addition to walking and shopping, it’s a good occasion to try Thai, Indian, Chinese, Korean cuisine or a simple hamburger … anything you fancy.
This list highlights ten magnificent malls in Bangkok. Nine of them are located in Siam Square or not far away, the tenth is on the shore of the Chao Phraya River.
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King Power Duty-Free
BTS Sukhumvit Line. Victory Monument station. Opening hours: 10h00 to 21h00
This modern glass and steel shopping centre offer three floors of exclusive duty-free shops. Jewellery, fashion, art, crafts, household items, luxury brands, etc.
You can pick up items purchased at Suvarnabhumi International Airport or at Don Mueang when you leave the country.
Opening hours: 10h00 to 21h00. The most famous electronic shopping mall in Bangkok. New and used computers, accessories, software, DVD, gadgets, computer games, cameras. Technical specialists, repairs, updates, etc.
Clothing stores wholesale and retail, most of them specializing in women’s clothing and fashion accessories. Men’s clothing, children’s clothing, leather, souvenirs from gift shops. Food court and informal restaurants.
They define themselves as the largest fashion mall in Thailand and One-Stop Wholesale stores.
BTS Silom Line. National Stadium station. Opening hours: 10h00 to 21h00.
Popular shopping centre for clothing, fashion and complements, furniture, mobile and accessories, electronics, travel stuff, etc. Low prices and bargains.
This mall is like a street market but with air conditioning, 8 floors high and 350 meters long.
BTS Silom and Sukhumvit Line. Siam station.
Opening hours: 10h00 to 22h00.
This mall houses high-end international brands such as Valentino, Zara, Louis Vuitton, Rolls Royce, Christian Dior, etc. Besides bookstores, restaurants, cinemas and entertainment venues like Kidzania and Ocean World.
BTS Silom Line. Siam station
BTS Sukhumvit Line. Chit Lom or Siam station.
Opening hours: 10h00 to 22h00
Mega luxury complex. All brands of fashion design, furniture and decoration, health and beauty care, leisure, communications and banking, children’s and youth fashion, food hall and supermarket, etc. More than 500 stores in 7 levels, about half a million square meters.
BTS Sukhumvit Line. Phloen Chit station. Opening hours: 10h00 to 22h00.
High-class shopping center with exclusive boutiques and luxurious restaurants.
They talk about themselves: Driven by an ethos of quality and class, this is where imagination and unlimited luxury combine perfectly to create a multifaceted meeting point for Bangkok residents and visitors.
BTS Sukhumvit Line. Asoke Station
MRT Sukhumvit station.
Opening hours: 10h00 to 22h00.
Its strategic location in Sukhumvit, where the BTS Skyline intersects with the MRT metro, makes it one of the main leisure centers of the city.
The design evokes the atmosphere of an airport with departures and arrivals to various international destinations such as Tokyo or London.
Emporium & Emquartier
BTS Sukhumvit Line. Phrom Pong station. Opening hours: 09h00 to 21h00.
Fashion brands, watches and jewellery, beauty and health, department stores, event space, lifestyle, technology, cineart and Imax, fitness, etc. They also include a world-class supermarket and select Thai and international restaurants, with a luxurious food court.
Asiatique the Riverfront
BTS Silom Line. Saphan Taksin station. Once you arrive at the station, head to the Sathorn dock to take the shuttle boat to the mall.
The orange and blue (touristic) flag urban transport boats stop at this shopping centre. The blue flag only in the afternoon.
Opening hours: 16h00 to 23h30.
Combines shopping, meals, sightseeing, activities and events.
Architectural style: restoration of authentic architecture from 1907 – 1947, a colonial period.
Joe Louis Puppet Theater and Calypso Bangkok Theater and the Asiatique Sky Ferris Wheel.