The Mall Group

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The Mall Group
Industry Retailing
Founded 25 June 1981
Founder Supachai Umpujh
Nongluck Umpujh
Headquarters Bang Kapi, Bangkok, Thailand
Key people
Ms Supaluck Umpujh, Chairwoman
Ms Lakana Naviroj, Managing Director[1]
Products Shopping centers, department stores
Revenue US$1 billion (2016 est.)

The Mall Group (Thai: เดอะมอลล์กรุ๊ป) is one of Thailand's largest mall operators. Its main rival is the Central Group. Mall Group's brands include "The Mall", Emporium, Siam Paragon, Power Mall, Gourmet Market, The Mall SkyPORT, EmQuartier, EmSphere and BLÚPORT.

The Mall Group Co., Ltd., a private company, is a subsidiary of Lukrak Supachai Company Limited.[1] The chairwoman is Supaluck Umpujh.[2][3]

Special malls[edit]

The Mall department store[edit]

Bangkok metropolitan area[edit]

  • The Mall Ratchadamri (Ratchaprasong) - The first store and now defunct since 1988, after a fire and lease expiration
  • The Mall II Ramkhamhaeng - department store and mini mall project, opposite The Mall Shopping Center Ramkhamhaeng.
  • The Mall Ramkhamhaeng (also known as The Mall III Ramkhamhaeng) - supermarket and shopping center project.
  • The Mall IV Ramkhamhaeng (also known as Major Cineplex Ramkhamhaeng) - entertainment complex project, i.e., cinemas (Major Cineplex), bowling, ice skating rink, snooker club, and mini mall. It is about 400 meters from The Mall III
  • The Mall Tha Phra - First sky water park in Thailand.
  • The Mall Ngamwongwan
  • The Mall Bang Khae
  • The Mall Bang Kapi

Northeast Thailand[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b "Company Overview of The Mall Group Co., Ltd". Bloomberg. Retrieved 9 November 2017. 
  2. ^ "Forbes Profile: Supaluck Umpujh". Forbes. Retrieved 9 November 2017. 
  3. ^ Jitpleecheep, Pitsinee; Banchongduang, Somruedi (2017-11-02). "The Mall Group to make cashless move". Bangkok Post. Retrieved 9 November 2017. 
  4. ^ EmQuartier

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