The EmQuartier is a large shopping mall in Bangkok, Thailand opened in May 2015. It is one of three malls planned for the "EM District", along with the existing Emporium, and the EmSphere. All three buildings will total an area of 2,500,000 square feet of mixed use retail space and are located on a 50-rai plot of land adjacent to Benchasiri Park. The mall is operated by The Mall Group.[1]

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EmQuartier is located in Thailand
Location within Thailand
General information
StatusProm Phong Skytrain Station
TypeMixed use
LocationBangkok, Thailand
Address689, 693 and 695 Sukhumvit Road, Watthana, Bangkok, Thailand
Coordinates13°43′53″N 100°34′09″E / 13.7315°N 100.5692°E / 13.7315; 100.5692Coordinates: 13°43′53″N 100°34′09″E / 13.7315°N 100.5692°E / 13.7315; 100.5692
OpenedMay 2015
Cost$800 million
ClientThe Mall Group - Bhiraj Buri
Technical details
Floor area2,700,000 sq ft (250,000 m2)
Design and construction
ArchitectThomas Leeser - BOIFFILS Architecture - [au]workshop - DBALP - D103
Interior Design = BOIFFILS Architectures
Other information
Parkingunderground automated parking and parking tower

Designed by the architecture firm Leeser Architecture, the building features a 30-ft open air garden on the fifth floor, six stories of dining terraces sitting atop a helical floor slab, an eight theater cinema complex including an Imax theater as well as a pedestrian street and five-story waterfall, as well as two stories of underground parking. The mall is divided into three sections, named the Helix Quartier, the Waterfall Quartier and the Glass Quartier.

The mall is adjacent to Phrom Phong BTS Station on the Sukhumvit Line of the BTS Skytrain.


  • Q Stadium
  • Gourmet Market
  • Quarter Food Hall
  • Quarter Cineart 8 Cinemas
  • BNK48 Digital Live Studio (Move to MBK Center)
  • Bhiraj Tower at EmQuarter


  1. ^ "The Emquartier". Bangkok Post. 18 December 2016. Retrieved 18 December 2016.

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