Malls in Thailand


For the full shopping experience it is often recommended to visit the night and street markets of Thailand, but for air conditioning and fixed prices visit these malls for everything you need from franchises around the world and Thailand.

Here is the list of 8 Malls in Thailand

1. CentralWorld, Bangkok

4.1 /5

CentralWorld is the eleventh largest shopping complex in the world, and effectively the largest in Thailand. Sprawled over 7 levels, all embellished with artistic installations, it grazes the zenith of the ultimate retail experience, with hundreds of fashion, entertainment, electronic, wellness and culinary destinations, as well as Hindu shrines and a 5-star hotel. It is guaranteed that there is something for everyone at CentralWorld.

2. Siam Paragon Mall, Bangkok

3.2 /5

The Siam Paragon Mall is the place to be for tourists who love international high-end fashion brands. From Jimmy Choo and Versace to Prada, over 70 globally renowned brands are available here. Besides clothing, brands such as Sony, Samsung, Aston Martin and BMW can be found here too. The mall is also home to one of the largest aquariums in Southeast Asia, a 16 screen cineplex and restaurants of all the possible cuisines.

3. MBK Center (Ma Boong Khron Center), Bangkok

4.1 /5

From top branded to local products in clothing, furniture, accessories, luggage, electronics, stationery, and many other things, one can find it all at the MBK Center. Besides shopping, you can dig into scrumptious food at two large food courts. They also have an entire floor dedicated to entertainment, with a cinema and a 3D art museum as well.

4. Platinum Fashion Mall, Bangkok

3.5 /5

Platinum Fashion Mall is packed with around 1,300 shops and a large food court. Its speciality is that the items are very reasonably priced. So if you're looking for some serious shopping of clothes, handbags, cosmetics, shoes or anything from head to toe, you can easily spend a day here without digging a massive hole in your pocket.

5. Central Plaza Westgate, Chang Wat Nonthaburi

CentralPlaza Westgate is the largest mall in Thailand with a total area of 550,278 square meters. Opened in August 2015, this mall offers top fashion brands, dining destinations, convention halls and world-class attractions. With the biggest Ikea in the city, you can buy the best quality of home furniture products.

6. Central Plaza Nakhon Ratchasima, Korat

Central Plaza mall is Korat (Nakhon Ratchasima) is the city’s largest mall covering an area of 11,000 square meters. This mall often gets unnoticed because of its location but is a must-visit. The interiors are well-maintained, and there are nearly 400 shops to fulfil your shopping needs.

7. The Mall Nakhon Ratchasima, Chang Wat Nakhon Ratchasima

Also known as The Mall Korat, this mall was opened to the public in the year 2000. Located at the heart of the Korat city, this mall is a major tourist attraction. The mall is usually crowded, but if you want to visit it during the calmer days, then it is recommended to go there during the mid-week.

8. Central Future Park Rangsit, Chang Wat Pathum Thani

Central Future Park Rangsit was opened on March 17, 1995. Being one of the largest malls in Asia, this mall alone has more than 70 restaurants, eight major banks and financial institutions, a post office, fitness centres, and many other outlets.

So, how did you do at these shopping malls? Let us know in the comments below!

This post was published by Muhammed Salih

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