|Location||Pathum Wan District, Bangkok Thailand|
|Owner||Thanachart Bank & Dusit Thani Group|
|No. of stores and services||2,000|
|No. of anchor tenants||2|
|No. of floors||8|
|Public transit access||National Stadium BTS Station, Siam BTS Station|
MBK Center, also known as Mahboonkrong (Thai: มาบุญครอง; RTGS: mabunkhrong), is a large shopping mall in Bangkok, Thailand. At eight storeys, the center contains around 2,000 shops, restaurants and service outlets, including the 4-storey Tokyu department store.
MBK Center management reports daily visitor numbers of more than 100,000, half of whom are young Thai people and a third foreign visitors.
MBK was the largest shopping mall in Asia when it opened in 1985. It is on land leased from the adjacent Chulalongkorn University. This lease was renewed in 2002. MBK was named after the parents of the developer Sirichai Bulakul, Mah and Boonkrong, whose statues are found on the ground floor.
- Tokyu Department Store
- Tops Market
- Kudsan Bakery & Coffee
- SF Cinema 8 Cinemas
- Food Legend By MBK
- BNK48 Digital Live Studio (Moved From EmQuartier)
- Pathumwan Princess Hotel
MBK Center is in Pathum Wan District, on the southwest corner of the intersection of Rama I Road and Phaya Thai Road. It is close to Siam Square, which can be reached from the second floor via a covered pedestrian bridge over Phaya Thai Road, and Siam Center and Siam Paragon, which are across Rama I Road from Siam Square. The mall is next to National Stadium.
- BTS Skytrain - National Stadium BTS Station; also within walking distance of Siam station.
- Khlong Saen Saep - Hua Chang pier is within walking distance.
- The Pathumwan Princess Hotel is at the south end of MBK Center.
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