CentralPlaza Bangna

CentralPlaza Bangna, also known as Central City Bangna is a shopping centre on Bang Na–Trat Road located in Bang Na District in Bangkok, Thailand.

CentralPlaza Bangna
เซ็นทรัลพลาซ่า บางนา
In front of CentralPlaza Bangna shopping mall
LocationBang Na, Bangkok, Thailand 10260[1]
Coordinates13°40′06″N 100°38′04″E / 13.6684°N 100.6344°E / 13.6684; 100.6344Coordinates: 13°40′06″N 100°38′04″E / 13.6684°N 100.6344°E / 13.6684; 100.6344
Address587, 589 Debaratana Road, Bang Na Nuea
Opening dateDecember 1993 (1993-12)[2]
DeveloperCentral Pattana
ManagementSathit Wikhantanakul[1]
OwnerCentral Pattana
No. of stores and services288[3]
No. of anchor tenants5
Total retail floor area62,872 m2 (676,750 sq ft)[3]
No. of floors
  • Shopping mall 6 floors
  • Office 37 floors[4]
Inside the shopping centre
The roof with the swimpark


The shopping mall was developed with joint investment of Central Pattana, Srivikorn Group, Navabhand Group and Tosapol Management Co., Ltd in December 1993. Later in December 2001, Central Pattana acquired the shopping mall and then renovated it including numerous exterior and interior improvements, new zoning and the development of innovative retail spaces.

CentralPlaza Bangna was under 2nd major renovation and expansion of retailing area of 10,000 square metres (110,000 sq ft) in late 2011 due to fierce competition in east Bangkok such as Megabangna, Paradise Park.[5][6]


The mall has a total 6 floors with two basement floors.



The waterpark at CentralPlaza Bangna first opened as Leo Land Waterpark, located on the sixth floor of the department store. It was closed for a major renovation in 2014. On 18 February 2016, the waterpark was reopened as "Pororo AquaPark Bangkok", designed under the theme of Pororo the Little Penguin. It was the second Pororo Aquapark after the first opened in Singapore in 2015.[7]

Central City TowerEdit

Central City Tower was a 37 floors office building located besides the CentralPlaza Bangna department store. Central Pattana was acquired the tower together with the department store in 2001. The tower's major tenant were tutors, language school, health care & beauty parlour and clinic.[8]

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  1. ^ a b Annual Report 2011, p. 253.
  2. ^ Form 56-1 2011, p. 16.
  3. ^ a b c "CPN Annual Report 2016" (PDF). cpn.listedcompany.com. Retrieved 6 April 2017.
  4. ^ Form 56-1 2016, section 2 page 9.
  5. ^ ""เมกะบางนา" ดีเดย์เปิดตัว 3 พ.ค. จุดชนวนศึกค้าปลีก ดึง 800 ร้านค้าบี้เซ็นทรัล-พาราไดซ์". Khaosod. 23 April 2012. Retrieved 7 July 2012.
  6. ^ ""เซ็นทรัล"ทุ่ม4.3หมื่นล.ผุด10สาขา รุกกทม./ตจว.ยกเครื่อง"บางนา"รับศึกใหญ่ค้าปลีก". Prachachart. 28 May 2011. Retrieved 7 July 2012.
  7. ^ "After Singapore, Pororo parks to open in Thailand and California". Malay Mail Online. Malay Mail Online. 12 November 2015.
  8. ^ "Bangna". www.cpn.co.th.


  • Central Pattana (21 March 2012). Annual Report 2011 (PDF). Retrieved 30 March 2012.
  • Central Pattana (5 April 2012). Form 56-1 2011 (PDF) (in Thai). Retrieved 23 May 2012.