Top 10 Amazing Shopping Malls in Bangkok

The metropolis of Bangkok is an absolute paradise for shopping. A huge selection of different shopping malls and shopping centers attract shopaholics and luxury tourists from all over the world to the Thai capital every day. Shopping, whether in the markets or in the huge malls, is one of the most popular things to do in Bangkok. Recently, many gigantic shopping malls have opened, and only at the Siam skytrain station there are five malls, all of which are worth a visit! Each shopping center in Bangkok is unique and attracts not only with cool stores, but also a wide entertainment program as well as brilliant restaurants. But what are currently the best shopping malls in Bangkok and which shopping center should not be missed?

In this guide, we will show you the best shopping centers and malls in Bangkok. In addition, we give you numerous tips about shopping in Bangkok, where you can buy really cheap and where you can find the best branded goods.

Good to know!

Most shopping malls in Bangkok open daily, Monday through Saturday from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm and also on Sunday from 10:00 am to 9:00 pm.

Great opportunities for shopping are also the night markets in Bangkok. Also recommended is the Chatuchak Weekend Market, the largest weekend market in the city.

A real highlight after an exciting shopping day is a visit to one of the spectacular rooftop bars in Bangkok. An experience you should not miss.

If you are still looking for a special place for where to stay in Bangkok, we can recommend the 4-stars Amara Hotel with its stunning infinity pool and brilliant rooftop bar.


Siam Paragon

The Siam Paragon is one of the most spectacular shopping centers in Bangkok and offers a superlative shopping experience. Located in the so-called “Shopping Bermuda Triangle”, at the SIAM sky train station, you have direct access to the shopping center from public transport. There you can find everything a spoiled shopper’s heart desires, from stores with branded goods of all kinds, chick boutiques, electrical goods and a huge food court with numerous excellent restaurants. Even luxury cars like Ferrari, Bentley and Porsche are on display and for sale. Also worth seeing and visiting is the Siam Paragon Aquarium, one of the largest aquariums in Southeast Asia.

  • Getting to Siam Paragon: Take the skytrain to BTS station Siam.

Icon Siam

The Icon Siam is currently the absolute mega shopping center of the city and therefore a visit is definitely one of the best things to do in Bangkok. In addition to the usual luxury brands, you can also find inexpensive brands such as H&M in this gigantic shopping center. From the Apple Shop on the top floor, you can enjoy an incredible view of the river and the Bangkok skyline. Another highlight of Icon Siam is the Floating Market on the first floor, which was modeled after a typical Thai floating market. The light show in the evening also makes your shopping trip a special experience.

  • Getting to Icon Siam: BTS station Saphan Taksin, continue with free shuttle boat.

Terminal 21 – Shopping Mall

The Terminal 21 is definitely one of the coolest malls in Bangkok. This shopping center is modeled after an airport, and on each floor you are thematically transported to an entirely different world. So, when you walk through the shopping mall, you find yourself in cities like Rome, Istanbul, London, Tokyo and Rome. There are almost no luxury brands there, but instead many small stores and boutiques with hip fashion that invite you to stroll and shop. Especially worth seeing is the Golden Gate Bridge on the top floor, imitated from San Francisco. The 36-meter escalator in the entrance area is also spectacular.

  • Getting to Terminal 21: Easy to reach by metro (Sukhumvit) or skytrain (Asok).


The MBK was already opened in 1985 and belongs to the older shopping malls in Bangkok. Hard to guess from the outside, this shopping center is actually one big market, consisting of many individual stalls. It has 7 floors with over 2,000 stores. Thus, the MBK offers simply everything that bargain hunters love. There are electronic items, cell phone accessories, clothes, bags, drugstore supplies, jewelry, watches, but also many plagiarism and fake designer clothes. For low prices, bargaining in this mall is almost mandatory.

  • Getting to MBK: Conveniently accessible by Skytrain (National Stadium station).


The EMQuartier is one of the larger shopping malls in Bangkok and was just opened in 2015. This mall is really chic and offers a great experience for non-shoppers as well. In addition to the ever-popular luxury brands, you’ll find a huge selection of great restaurants in the mid and higher price ranges. Some highlights of this shopping temple are the waterfall between Glass Quarter and Helix Quarter, there is a helix of hanging plants that winds its way up and a dizzying glass skywalk. The great view of Bangkok’s skyline from the terrace on the top floor is also brilliant.

  • Getting to EMQuartier: From the BTS station Phrom Phong you have direct access to EMQuartier.


The Emporium is definitely one of the best shopping malls in Bangkok. It is located on Sukhumvit Road at the corner of Soi 24 and together with EMQuartier is part of the EMDistrict and an absolute TOP address for luxury brands in the Thai capital. This shopping center in Bangkok attracts on 6 floors with renowned luxury items such as Louis Vuitton, Rolex, Dior and also many new designers. Furthermore, you can find electronic items, furniture, cosmetics and cheaper clothes on the upper floors. Especially recommended is a visit to the in-house cinema “SFX Cinema”, the Gourmet Market and the Food Hall.

  • Getting to Emporium: Take the skytrain to the BTS station Phrom Phong.

Siam Discovery

The Siam Discovery is a really stylish shopping center in Bangkok and inspires with a terrific mix from cheap to expensive. The modern mall is connected with the Siam Center and Siam Paragon, and a detour is always worthwhile. On 7 floors, the Siam Discovery offers a diverse and varied range of boutiques and stores. There are numerous hip Japanese brands, but also European and American brands. Each floor is dedicated to a different theme, which makes it easy to keep track. Of course, this Bangkok shopping center also has a great food court with cool bars, coffee shops and restaurants. In addition, you can visit the famous Madame Tussauds wax museum.

  • Getting to Siam Discovery: Take the Skytrain to Siam BTS station.

CentralWorld – Shopping Center

The CentralWorld is a superlative shopping center and definitely one of the coziest malls in Bangkok. It offers great shopping for everyone and the atmosphere is also very pleasant. Around 500 stores and boutiques offering everything imaginable in clothing, jewelry, souvenirs, cosmetics and much more. On the upper floor there is a huge selection of national and international restaurants. Over 150 gastronomic establishments leave nothing to be desired. However, the price level in this shopping center does not differ from Europe, and so you will find many of the popular brands such as Zara, H&M, Adidas, Forever 21, Guess and Nike.

  • Getting to CentralWorld: The nearest BTS stations are either Chit Lom or Siam.

Gaysorn Shopping Mall

The Gaysorn Shopping Mall is undoubtably one of the most luxurious shopping centers in Bangkok. It is located right next to the popular CentralWorld and impresses with a sheer, never-ending selection of the best fashion labels in the world. About 100 noble stores are open on the 5 floors. From Louis Vuitton, Prada, Gucci to Ermenegildo Zegna, Emilio Pucc and Hugo Boss, everything that has rank and name is represented here. Thus, the Gaysorn Mall is a guarantee for the luxurious shopping experience. The white marble, the many chic cafés and the noble boutiques amaze visitors.

  • Getting to Gaysorn: Take the BTS to Chidlom Station.

Siam Center

The Siam Center is one of the best malls in Bangkok. This shopping paradise is located on Siam Square, opposite the Siam Discovery Center. It offers not only pure shopping pleasure, but also the stunningly designed sculptures, seasonal decorations and shop windows are worth a detour. On 4 floors you will find a wide range of stores and also some great restaurants. However, if you are interested in luxury, you should walk to Siam Paragon or Siam Discovery, which is a part of Siam Square. Siam Center is a great mid-priced shopping center.

  • Getting to Siam Center: Take the Skytrain to the BTS Siam Station.

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