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MBK shopping centerOpening hours: Mon- Sun 10 am – 10 pm
General Information Telephone : +66(0)2 620-9000 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting +66(0)2 620-9000 end_of_the_skype_highlighting
Opening hours: Mon- Sun 10 am – 10 pm
Sky Train : National Stadium Station (W1)
Address : 444 , Phayathai Road , Wangmai, Patumwan, Bangkok 10330 Thailand
Credit Cards : All major cards are accepted
Official Website : mbk-center.co.th
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
MBK Center has 8 floors. The floors are loosely divided as follows:
1st – 3rd Floor Clothing, , Shoes, Accessories, Cosmetic, Leather items, Optical, Jewelries, Paintings, Photo studios, Beauty Salons, Fast-food outlets, etc.
4th Floor Mobile phones and accessories, Communication equipments, Walkman, CD and MP3 players, Electronics , etc.
5th Floor International Food Court, Restaurants, Furniture
6th Floor Thai Handicraft shops, Food center
7th – 8th Floor Entertainment floor containing of 8 movie theatres, 28 bowling lanes, Karaoke options, Game zone, Food and drinks.
Built in 1985 by Chokchai Bulakul, the name of the mall was originally Mahboonkrong Center . It is the combined names of "Mah" and "Boonkhrong", father and mother of Chokchai, respectively. Mahboonkrong ran into financial difficulty in its early years and was sold to the Dusit Thani Group. The name of the mall is now shortened to MBK Center and managed by MBK Plc. The busts of Chokchai's parents are still displayed on the ground floor of MBK Center facing the front doors.
MBK Center has an average of 115,000 customers / day, including 35,000 tourists from around the world. It's considered to be the most visited mall in the country.
The mall was renovated in 2003-2004 and has become one of the most recognizable buildings in Bangkok .