List of largest shopping malls in Thailand

The following is a list of Thailand's largest shopping malls, ranked by gross leasable area (GLA).

# Mall name Location GLA
(m2)
Total
(m2)
Stores Anchor stores/Main features Year opened
1 Central WestGate Bang Yai district, Nonthaburi province 550,278[1] 550,278[2] 700+ Central Department Store, SB Design Square,[3] IKEA, Westgate Cineplex, Westgate Hall 2015
2 Iconsiam Bangkok 525,000[4] 9,000,000[5] 1000+ SIAM Takashimaya, JD Sports, Apple Store, TRUE Icon Hall, SookSiam, Dear Tummy, F Icon (Fitness First), Icon Cineconic (Imax), Toy R Us, H&M’s, Louis Vuitton, Hermès 2018
11 CentralWorld Bangkok 187,046[6] 550,000 479 Central Department Store, Isetan, SF World Cinema, PowerBuy x B2S, SuperSports, Apple Store, Central Food Hall, SB Design Square, Toys R Us, Centerpoint at CentralWorld, TK Park 2002
3 Siam Paragon Bangkok 300,000 495,000 270+ Paragon Department Store, Sea Life Bangkok Ocean World, Royal Paragon Hall, Paragon Cineplex, Gourmet Market 2005
12 Central Phuket Phuket 185,000[7] 420,000[8][circular reference] 500+ Central Department Store, SFX cinema, Central Food Hall, B2S, SuperSports, Powerbuy, OfficeMate, Tribhum, Aquria 2004
4 Central Korat Nakhon Ratchasima 300,000 420,000[9] 500+ Central Department Store, SFX cinema, Tops Market, B2S Think Space, SuperSports, Powerbuy, OfficeMate, Korat Hall 2016
5 Future Park Rangsit Rangsit, Pathum Thani Province 295,000[10] 490,000 900+ Central Department Store, Robinson Department Store, Tops Supermarket, Big C, Major Cineplex, SB Design Square 1995
6 Kad Suan Kaew Chiang Mai 290,000[11] 290,000 500+ Central Department Store, Tops Supermarket, Major Cineplex, Kadtheater, Large conference rooms, Lotus Hotel Pang Suan Kaew 1992
34 Central Pattaya Pattaya 58,000[12] 240,000 309 Central Department Store, SFX Cinema, Central Food Hall 2009
8 Mega Bangna Samut Prakan 225,000[13] 400,000 400+[14] IKEA, Central Department Store, Big C, HomePro, Mega Cineplex, Tops Market, PowerBuy 2012
9 The Mall Nakhon Ratchasima Nakhon Ratchasima 220,000[15] 350,000 400+ The Mall Department Store, Gourmet Market, Fitness First,
Korat Cineplex, MCC Convention Hall, SB Design Square
2000
10 CentralPlaza Grand Rama 9 Bangkok 214,000[16] 220,000 330 Robinson Department Store, SFX Cinema, Tops Market, Office Mate 2011
13 Seacon Square Bangkok 180,000[17] 500,000 400+ Robinson Department Store, Lotus's, Seacon Cineplex 1994
14 CentralPlaza Rama II Bangkok 161,500[18] 350 Central Department Store, Major Cineplex 2002
15 CentralPlaza Chaengwattana Pak Kret district, Nonthaburi province 160,000[18] 300,000 300+ Central Department Store, SFX Cinema 2008
16 Union Mall Bangkok 150,000 1250 2006
17 CentralPlaza Bangna Bangkok 113,000[18] 300+ Central Department Store, Major Cineplex 1993
18 Esplande Bangkok 105,000 20 Esplanade Cineplex, Tops Market 2006
19 CentralPlaza Rattanathibet Nonthaburi 105,000[18] 150 Robinson Department Store, SF Cinema, Baan & Beyond, Index Living Mall 2003
20 CentralPlaza Pinklao Bangkok 104,500[18] 315 Central Department Store, Tops, Major Cineplex 1995
7 Central Chiang Mai Chiang Mai 250,000[19] 250,000 250 Central Department Store, PowerBuy, SuperSports, Central Food Hall, Major Cineplex 2012
21 CentralPlaza Chonburi Chonburi 100,000[20] 200+ Robinson Department Store, Big C, SF Cinema 2009
22 CentralPlaza Rama III Bangkok 98,000[18] 335 Central Department Store 1997
23 Paradise Park Bangkok 90,000[21] 290,000 700 Paradise Cineplex, Villa Market, Homepro 2010
24 MBK Center Bangkok 90,000[22] 140,000 2500 SF Cinema, Animate Bangkok 1985
25 Zeer Rangsit Pathum Thani 80,000[23]
26 CentralPlaza Ladprao Bangkok 78,700[18] 180,000 375+ Central Department Store, SFX Cinema 1982
27 Central Chiang Mai Airport Chiang Mai 76,000[18] 250,000 533 Robinson Department Store, Major Cineplex 1996
28 Promenada Chiang Mai 75,000[24] 300+ Rimping Supermarket, SF Cinema, Chi Chang, U-Hollywood, Sport World, Wine Connection 2012
29 Jungceylon Phuket 75,000[25] 250,000 300+ Robinson Department Store, Big C, SF Cinema 2007
30 CentralPlaza Surat Thani Surat Thani 72,000[26] 120,000 350+ Robinson Department Store, SF Cinema 2012
31 Terminal 21 Korat Nakhon Ratchasima 70,000 240,000 600 SF Cinema, Foodland supermarket, Toys R Us 2015
32 Platinum Fashion Mall Bangkok 60,000[27] 2005
33 Saha-Thai Shopping Complex Surat Thani 60,000 Sahathai Department Store 2011
35 CentralPlaza Phitsanulok Phitsanulok 56,000[26] 93,000 Robinson Department Store, Major Cineplex 2011
36 CentralPlaza Khon Kaen Khon Kaen 50,000 200,000[18] 250+ Robinson Department Store, SF Cinema 2009
37 Pratunam Center Bangkok 50,000 2500 2005
38 Terminal 21 Bangkok 45,000[28] 600 SF Cinema, Gourmet Market 2012
39 River City Shopping Complex Bangkok 42,000[29] 180~ 1984
40 The Nine Bangkok 35,000 2010
41 Robinson Lifestyle Trang Trang 28,000[30] Robinson Department Store, SF Cinema 2010
42 Amarin Plaza Bangkok 26,000[31] 400 1986
43 Shibuya 19 Bangkok 28,000[32] 500 2011

See alsoEdit

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