Central Pattana

  • Events

    CentralWorld hosts Bangkok Countdown 2024

    Central Pattana plc, Thailand’s number one real estate developer and operator of 39 Central shopping centers nationwide, in collaboration with leading public and private partners including the Tourism Authority of Thailand, Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, Royal Thai Police, Ratchaprasong Square Trade Association (RSTA), Advance Info Service plc., Thai Honda Co., Ltd., Coca-Cola (Thailand) Co., Ltd., Haad Thip plc., Boonrawd Trading Co.,…

  • Business News

    Central Pattana Plc launches Black Friday 2023 #shocksales

    Black Friday 2023 #shocksales is set to be launched by Central Pattana Plc, an entity responsible for the operation of 38 malls across the country and The Esplanade. Spanning three days, the major shopping extravaganza provides shoppers with numerous promotional opportunities mirroring the Black Friday sales in the United States, a customary retail period that follows Thanksgiving and marks the…

  • Business News

    Mall’s well in the northeast: Central Pattana pours 3 billion baht into booming secondary cities

    Central Pattana Plc (CPN), the retail and property developer and operator of Central shopping centres across Thailand, declared plans to invest 3 billion baht in the development of secondary cities within the northeastern provinces of Nakhon Phanom and Nong Khai. The aim is to enhance these cities’ potential to rival megacities. Tos Chirathivat, Central Group’s executive chairman and chief executive,…

  • Business News

    Central Pattana invests 1 billion baht in the Greatest Grand Sale 2023 campaign

    Central Pattana Plc (CPN) joined forces with companies under the Central Group umbrella and leading business partners to invest over 1 billion baht in a mid-year sales campaign titled The Greatest Grand Sale 2023. The campaign will take place across shopping centres, department stores, and Central’s online platform, offering discounts of up to 80% at 9,500 stores, including over 16,500 brands,…

  • Property News

    Central Pattana’s 10 billion baht investment in 37 new hotels

    Central Pattana is launching 37 hotels in 27 provinces in Thailand with 4,000 rooms, valued at a total of 10 billion baht, under the Centara Hotels and Resorts brand. The kingdom’s largest retail property development and investment company aims to hire about 3,900 people across the country in the process. The company will focus primarily on second-tier locations, as it…

  • Property

    Central Patana to open largest mixed-use project in Chanthaburi

    Central Pattana is set to unveil Central Chanthaburi — the largest and most comprehensive mixed-use development in eastern Thailand. The complex, which is scheduled to officially open on May 26, will exemplify the company’s mixed-use project model in urban cities to strengthen the local economy. Central Chanthaburi is anticipated to be a new city landmark, consisting of a hotel, shopping…

  • Bangkok News

    Student launches campaign to stop demolition of iconic Bangkok cinema

    A campaign to save Bangkok’s iconic Scala Cinema and prevent its demolition to make way for a shopping centre is garnering significant online support. The Bangkok Post reports that many netizens are backing the campaign started by a student and his friends. Netiwit Chotiphatphaisal launched the campaign following news that the Scala was to be demolished to make way for…

  • Business News

    Central “deeply appalled” by Nazi pics at their Christmas display

    UPDATE: The family of one of the people in the photo, has contacted The Thaiger and asked us to remove the photo. We have blurred one of the faces to comply with their wish after a discussion on the matter. “Three French hens, Two turtle doves and a pair of Nazi’s in a Bangkok shopping centre”. A cultural collision, a…

  • Bangkok News

    New Central outlet by Suvarnabhumi poses no danger, say aviation experts

    PHOTO: Skyscrapercity.com The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) says the recently opened Central Village mall near Suvarnabhumi airport is safe and does not pose a threat to aviation safety. CAAT hopes to alleviate the concerns expressed by Airports of Thailand (AOT) who tried unsuccessfully to block the opening of the luxury outlet, citing safety and security concerns. CAAT director…

  • Bangkok News

    The Suvarnabhumi shopping shambles

    Retailers want ‘in’ at the world’s 21st busiest airport in the world. With through-traffic of 60 million+ each year, and growing, Thailand’s biggest retailers want a slice of the passenger spend. But if you can’t get a shop inside the airport, build your own shopping centre just outside to capture passengers, and some of their money, just before they arrive at the…

  • Events

    New Central Village luxury outlet opens for business at BKK

    Wonder if anyone from Airports of Thailand were invited to this morning’s opening? The Central Pattana president and CEO Preecha Ekkunagul, and directors Suthikiatis Chirathivat and Sudhitham Chirathivat, presided at the official opening ceremony of Central Village next to Suvarnabhumi airport this morning. Central Village has cost more than 5 billion and was five years in the planning. The new…

  • Business News

    Minister calls for probe on legality of the new Central Village luxury mall at BKK

    PHOTO: Under construction at the time and now ready to open, but… It’s bright and shiny, it’s new, it promises discounts on luxury goods, it’s next to the airport, it was set to open this Saturday, but is it legal? The Department of Provincial Administration Department has been asked to investigate the legality of the new Central Village ‘Bangkok Outlet…

  • Tourism News

    Airports of Thailand block entrance to new Central Village at Suvarnabhumi

    PHOTO: The Nation Please be seated and fasten your seat belts due to severe turbulence at the front of the almost-open Central Village “luxury outlet” shopping area next to Suvarnabhumi airport in Bangkok. A dispute between Airports of Thailand and Central Pattana, the owners of Central Village, has hit some mid-air turbulence after AOT officials set up tents blocking the entrance…

  • Tourism News

    Central opens first luxury outlet at Suvarnabhumi on August 31

    Central Village, “Thailand’s first international luxury outlet”, located near Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok, will officially open on August 31. The Nation reports that the design of the 5 billion baht facility, owned by the Central Pattana group, will “highlight Thai architecture and cultural identities” and shoppers will find at least 130 well known international luxury and lifestyle brands. “More than half…

  • Environment News

    Calls for total ban on use of single-use plastic bags

    PHOTO: World Wildlife Fund The death of baby dugong Mariam, which was found to be caused from problems associated with plastic bags blocking her digestive system, has brought about renewed calls for stricter control, or a complete ban, on the use of single-use plastic bags. Marine scientist, and vice dean of the Faculty of Fisheries of Kasetsart University, Dr. Thon…