Emporium Bangkok is a sophisticated six-storey shopping centre in Sukhumvit, housing world-renowned designer brands, a luxurious cinema and state-of-the-art exhibition space, as well as an expansive supermarket and food court. Emporium Bangkok is also incredibly convenient as it is directly connected to the five-star Emporium Suites by Chatrium and Phrom Phong BTS Skytrain Station.
Featuring crisp white walls with gold accents and sleek marble flooring, everything about Emporium shopping mall in Bangkok is classy and refined, from the doormen in crisp white uniforms and the soft jazz being played on a baby grand piano as you enter, to the haute couture fashion brands found inside. On the ground floor, numerous international high-end labels have anchor units, such as Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Dior, Prada, Hermes, Cartier, and Mont Blanc, while the first and second floor cater to the upmarket and trendy with designer brands including Paul Smith, A/X Armani Exchange, Guess, Zara, Diesel, and Ck by Calvin Klein.
Shoppers can also find the latest electronic gadgets, sports equipment, books and stationery supplies on the third floor, aptly called Pleasure & Leisure. Meanwhile, ‘The Living Gallery‘ on the fourth floor is a haven for aspiring interior designers, housing elegant Victorian bathtubs, glittering chandeliers, intricate kitchenware, as well as baroque lamps, mirrors, scented candles and diffusers.
Emporium Department Store spans all six floors of the back half of the mall, where you can find familiar beauty brands such as Estee Lauder, Mac Cosmetics, Lancome and Shiseido, an expansive shoe section, IT and electronic section, men’s and women’s apparel and accessories, a speciality children’s section, and home decor brands that are imported from Europe, the US and Japan.
Entertainment in Emporium Bangkok
Catering to budding artists and art enthusiasts, the top floor is home to Asia’s first design learning and resource facility, called the Thailand Creative and Design Centre (TCDC). Aside from providing a creative space for emerging designers to display their work, this futuristic-style establishment boasts a collection of 15,000 design books and publications, a large selection of films, as well as multimedia materials. Some parts of TCDC are for members only, but there is always at least one exhibition open to the public free of charge. There is also a cute gift shop.
After a day of retail therapy, shoppers catch the latest Hollywood films at SFX cinema, which is also situated on the sixth floor. Movies start from 180 baht.
Restaurants in Emporium Bangkok
A great place to stop for lunch is the Emporium Food Hall on the fifth floor. A collection of mid-range eateries fill the centre space, where visitors will find Japanese, Indian, Vietnamese and western restaurants, coffee shops and a couple of fast food joints. Behind the centre section there is a modern food court that hosts a wide range of Thai and international delicacies in a welcoming setting. The food here, though slightly pricier than most food courts, has a wide range of dishes and everything is very high quality.
Also located on the fifth floor is Emporium Gourmet Market, an expansive supermarket where you can find not only the best of Thailand, but imported fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as processed, tinned and bottled products. There’s also an excellent patisserie section here, with lots of classic Thai desserts, macaroons, colourful cakes, and Japanese treats that are simply irresistible.
A stylish retail, entertainment, and dining hub, Emporium Bangkok offers a refined shopping experience for fashion elites and those with a love for all things creative and cool.