The Emporium & EmQuartier consists of three world-class shopping complexes - The Emporium, The EmQuartier and The EmSphere - at the heart of Sukhumvit, surrounded by Benjasiri Park. The three shopping complexes are located on a space of 50 rai, a total of 650,000 square metres. The Emporium & EmQuartier sets the stage for the Thai retail industry with the development of its world-class shopping complexes, establishing a retail and tourism destination. Over 20 billion baht has been invested in the project.
This is one of the most popular shopping art complex that locate right at the HEART of Bangkok. Highly recognise as Art Shopping and a place to Shopping, recommended items are such as clothing by Thai Fashion Designer, shoes, handbags, Unique fashion accessories, jewelry and Thai souvenirs. Siam Center started operations in 1973 as Thailand's first shopping center of international standards. It marked the birth of Bangkok's booming retail business and has maintained its position as the city's fashion trendsetter up until today. After a major renovation, Siam Center reopened at the beginning of 2013 with a revolutionary retail development concept of "Ideaopolis". The shopping center serves as an arena of limitless imagination and creativity where art, fashion, technology and lifestyle converge. It aims to place Bangkok among the ranks of the world's top retail environments. Siam Center has also changed the face of Thailand's retail business with its unique "Absolute Siam" concept. For the first time in retail history, brand owners and retailers have joined forces to create new store designs for the shopping center that are distinct from any other branch. Moreover, 20% of the stores' offerings are unique to and only available at Siam Center. This is to create "the Most Powerful Retail Phenomenon", an unexpected and inspiring one-of-a-kind shopping experience for both Thai and foreign visitors.
Siam Paragon, aka every shopaholic’s paradise, situated just right off the BTS station. This luxurious mall prides itself in being a world class shopping and entertainment hub for people of all ages and interests, and it is no surprise why.
Located right next door to Siam Center, the stunning Siam Discovery boasts anchor stores like Issey Miyake and Comme des Garcons, but it's the cool, innovative aesthetic that sets it apart.
CentralWorld is the largest lifestyle shopping complex in Southeast Asia, which has often been considered as shopping hubs of Asia. CentralWorld offers an unrivaled mix and range of products and services at prices that put the fun back into shopping for Thai consumers as well as international tourists. GROOVE at CentralWorld is a popular world-class hang-out destination in the heart of Bangkok for urbanistas. Prominent world’s leading gastro bars and best-known patisseries such as PAUL, internationally renowned French restaurant and patisserie. Other top restaurants such as Wine Connection, Apinara, Hiyaku Restaurant, Wabisabi Japanese Gastro Bar, Hobs, Wine I Love You, 1881 Bar and Restaurant by Water Library, Greyhound Cafe, E.A.T, Hyde & Seek peek-a-boo, Mejico, Tales of Gold Mine are also here to fulfill this world-class hang out destination.
Chatuchack Weekend Market is indoor and outdoor market, Also known as JJ Market was reached a landmark status as a must-visit place for tourists. A huge market about 35 acres, with 27 sections in all, Many shops more than 10,000 shops and stalls offering a wide range of products from Thai handicrafts, handmade products, clothing, accessories, arts and painting, house decorations, households, souvenirs and gifts, pets, plants and book. The heaven for shopaholics!! Opening Hours; Tuesdays - Thursdays for Plants & gardens. Fridays for Wholesale night market Saturdays - Sundays for all areas are opened. Enjoy your shopping!!
ASIATIQUE The Riverfront will be Bangkok’s first large-scale riverside project combining shopping, dining, sightseeing, activities and events under one roof. The strong cultural aspect is what sets it apart from other shopping malls. Embracing history, but avoiding the cultural clichés and traditional symbols, it strikes a balance between tradition and globalization.