Central Embassy in Bangkok is an ultra-luxury lifestyle mall with an impressive collection of high-end designer stores, fine-dining restaurants, swanky cinema screens, and the extravagant Park Hyatt Bangkok hotel. Located in the city centre, this shopping mall has a futuristic design and minimalist white interior, as well as a direct link to the Ploen Chit BTS Skytrain Station.
Central Embassy Bangkok has plenty of designer stores, including Gucci, Prada, Versace, Chanel, and Givenchy. You won’t have to rummage through piles of unfolded clothes or compete with bargain-hungry shoppers at everything-must-go sales.
Head up to find an impressive Vivienne Westwood store, along with Alexander McQueen and Michael Kors. The higher levels are dedicated to common high-street names like Fred Perry, Oakley, Lacoste, Uniqlo, and Zara.
Each of the 6 main shopping floors has a wide-open concourse, meaning that the overall environment is rather relaxing (even during busy hours). The Embassy Diplomat Screens is the mall’s exclusive cinema, located on the 7th floor. Park Hyatt Hotel stands at 37 floors above Central Embassy and the rest of Bangkok.
Central Embassy is also one of the city’s most convenient shopping malls, with direct links between Phloen Chit and Chit Lom BTS Skytrain Stations and the adjacent Central Chidlom Mall on Level 2.
Central Embassy Bangkok has a wide range of dining options, including famous cafes and chain restaurants. Head to Level 5 to find standout dining options such as the Water Library, Somboon Seafood, and Nara Thai Cuisine. Japanese restaurants include Maisen, Kyoto Lifestyle Café, Yuutaro and Hinata Sushi. There’s no shortage of cafés catering for the sweet tooth either – Issaya, Chickalicious Dessert Café, and Audrey Café Glamour present ever-so photogenic cakes and pastries alongside fancy teas and coffee.
Open House on Level 6 of Central Embassy is an impressive space for dining, co-working and shopping. You can find an open-air bookstore stocking a wide range of topics in Thai and English, as well as food kiosks such as Broccoli Revolution, The Meat Bar, and ATM Tea Bar.