Top Shopping Malls in Bangkok To Visit!

Bangkok is famous for its huge shopping malls. Here is a guide to what ones to make sure you visit when you are in Bangkok

Wikipedia lists over 180 shopping malls in Bangkok, which is far too many to list here! So I've narrowed it down just to the few shopping malls that are interesting for tourists and that you should visit!

MBK Center

Opening times: 10am-10pm • Bangkok District: Siam

MBK Center Shopping Mall

MBK Center is probably the most famous shopping mall in Bangkok. It has eight floors, and you can find almost anything you can think of here (clothes, electronics, furniture, dvds, souvenirs, and also lots of fake/counterfeit products).

There are over 2,000 shops (although the majority of them would be better described as small market stalls than proper shops).

One of the best things here is the food! On the sixth floor is a big area with lots of cheap (approx 50 baht per dish) Thai, Chinese and other dishes. Definitely go and check it out!

Terminal 21

Opening times: 10am-10pm • Bangkok District: Sukhumvit Road

MBK Center Shopping Mall

Terminal 21 is probably the coolest and most picture-worthy shopping mall you'll ever visit.

The whole shopping mall is themed like an airport, with each floor being a different destination:

  • LG Floor - Caribbean
  • G Floor - Rome
  • M Floor - Paris
  • 1st Floor - Tokyo
  • 2nd Floor - London
  • 3rd Floor - Istanbul
  • 4th Floor - San Francisco (City)
  • 5th Floor - San Francisco (Pier)
  • 6th Floor - Hollywood

It is easy to spend quite a long time exploring each of the different floors, taking some silly tourist photos and enjoying the food on the upper floor levels.

Central Embassy Shopping Mall

Opening times: 10am-10pm • Bangkok District: Ploenchit

MBK Center Shopping Mall

If you want to avoid the shopping malls like MBK (full of fake goods, feels more like a bunch of market stalls) then Central Embassy might be for you. This is where you can find the best luxury designer brands, such as Prada, Givenchy, Versace, Michael Kors, etc.

There are 6 floors. The most exclusive brands tend to be on the bottom floor, and you can find cheaper products in the higher floors.

Siam Center

Opening times: 10am-9pm • Bangkok District: Siam

MBK Center Shopping Mall

Siam Center relaunched in early 2013, and features some of the best clothing brands and boutiques. If you want to do some fashion shopping, then you should make sure to check out Siam Center.

You can get to it next to the Siam BTS. There is also a linked walkway to the Siam Paragon Mall.


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Wed 1st August, 2018
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