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The EM District Bangkok

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With world-renowned cuisine and name brand items, The EM District is an elaborate shopping village made of three shopping centers. The buildings combine outdoor settings with indoor comfort and include a fitness center and an array of fun activities for any day of the week.
 

Emporium - First EM District Project

The Emporium was opened in 1997 as Bangkok’s first grandeur shopping center and was later restyled as Emporium when The Mall Group launched The EM District.
 
Emporium offers a vast choice of upscale, name brand merchandise, including jewelry, clothes, shoes and cosmetics. Large cafe chains and worldwide food options also can be found in Emporium, ensuring plenty of chances to relax during your shopping excursion.
 

Asia Books - 2nd Floor

Asia Books has grown to be the largest English bookseller in Thailand since the first one was built in 1969. If you are just visiting and forgot to bring anything to read, Asia Books has a huge selection of magazines, books, novels, dictionaries, games, stationery and even a few office supplies.
 

Gourmet Market - 4th Floor

Gourmet Market is the foreigner’s friend for comforts from home. Specializing in import items, Gourmet Market often offers sample tastes of exquisite meats and cheeses, and you will want to get a loaf or two of their home baked breads.
 

Warp Zone - 4th Floor

The Warp Zone is a fun place for both kids and adults featuring a day packed with arcade games, virtual reality and laser tag. Fuel up with food truck meals while you are there!
 
PRICES: Prices range from 80-280 baht, depending on activity
HOURS: 10 a.m.-10 p.m., Monday-Sunday
 

Emprive Cinema - 5th Floor Emporium

Looking for a comfortable place to enjoy a newly-released movie? At the Emprive Cinema, you can kick your feet up in luxury seating and enjoy a break from the hustle and bustle of Bangkok central.
 

Emporium Suites - Emporium Bangkok

Connected directly to Emporium is a 5-star hotel with a beautiful view of downtown Bangkok. Whether you are staying for a couple of days or a couple of months, Emporium Suites puts you in a prime location to travel anywhere in the city. Booking is best done online and well in advance of your arrival.
 

Emporium Floors

  • FLOOR B-G: Cafe and restaurants, department store
  • FLOOR G-1: Fashion and Jewelry
  • FLOOR 2: Lifestyle, restaurant, technology
  • FLOOR 3: Restaurant, department store
  • FLOOR 4: Gourmet Market, restaurant, department store
  • FLOOR 5: Cinema

EmQuartier - The Second Project of The EM District

EmQuartier is located directly across the street from Emporium and has 9 floors to make for a full day of shopping, fun activities, and food. A third building connected to the EM District is set to open in mid-2017.
 

Quartier Garden and Rope Course - 5th Floor

The Quartier indoor garden provides both a peaceful and fun place to spend time. Families can take a walk around the pond and enjoy the sweet scent of orchids and ferns. Teens and adults can take a more adventurous approach and zipline across the gardens, and everyone, age 4 and up, is challenged to climb the rope course.
 

Bounce - 5th Floor

Bounce is a phenomenal trampoline park you just have to see to believe. Bounce is a slam dunk for bored teens and rambunctious little ones. The facility contains 100 interconnected trampolines on which kids can bounce, flip, jump, shoot hoops and practice their aerial skills for hours - or at least until they can’t bounce anymore.
         
          ALL-DAY PASS: Children (over 110 cm), 490 baht; juniors (under 110 cm) and students, 390 baht; families (4 jumpers, maximum 2 adults), 1,500 baht.
 

EmQuartier Floors

  • FLOOR B: Foodhall, Thai cuisine, fast food chains
  • FLOORS G-2: Jewelry, fashion, beauty
  • FLOOR 3: Lifestyle, financial, technology
  • FLOOR 4: Beauty and health, fitness
  • FLOOR 5: Fitness
  • FLOORS 6-9: International food hall


How to Get There

Emporium and EmQuartier are easiest to get to from the Phrom Phong BTS Station on the Sukhumvit Line. Once you are off the train, you can see signs showing you where to go - as well as the two giant buildings that say “Emporium” and “EmQuartier.”

Hours

10 a.m.-10 p.m., Monday-Sunday
 
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