Cinema - Where to see ?
Sukhumvit
Major Cineplex Sukhumvit
Major Cineplex Sukhumvit
A shopping center anchored by the movie theater with restaurants, shops, bowling alley and karaoke, the Sukhumvit branch sometimes has late shows. It is near the Skytrain's Ekamai station, opposite the Eastern Bus Terminal.
Location : Sukhumvit Soi 61, Watthana
Sceens : 8 In major remodeling of the top floors of The Emporium shopping complex, the lobby was expanded in 2006 and is adjacent to the Thailand Creative and Design Center (TCDC), an art and design museum with regular exhibitions. This branch was formerly a United Artists theater, which SF Cinema took over in 2003 when UA left the exhibition business in Thailand. At the Skytrain's Phrom Phong station. Has digital capability.
Location : The Emporium, Sukhumvit 24, Khlong Toei
Sceens : 2
Seats : 1,200 Holds regular screenings of Japanese films, usually with Thai subtitles only.
Location : 10th Floor, Sermmit Tower, 159 Sukhumvit Soi 21, Watthana
Siam / Rajdamri
Krungsri IMAX Theater
Krungsri IMAX Theater
Opened June 2006; moved from former location at Major Ratchayothin.
Location : Siam Paragon, Pathum Wan
Sceens : 1
Seats : 600 Opposite CentralWorld, EGV Metropolis is an anchor for the BigC shopping center, which has shops, restaurants and a fitness center. Bangkok Theater@Metropolis is used for theatrical performances. There's also a Gold Class theater. It's near the Skytrain's Chidlom station.
Location : BigC Rajadamri, Pathumwan
Sceens : 7 Opened in 2000 on the 6th and 7th floors of Siam Discovery, Grand EGV housed a movie museum that contained fiberglass figures of cinema figures, such as Forrest Gump and The Mask, as well as brass circles in the floor tiles containing movie quotes. Remodeling of the cinema in 2006-07, removed the brass quotes, though some of the fiberglass statues remain. Costumes from the Thai film, Tears of the Black Tiger, are displayed in the hallways inside the cinema on the 7th floor. The cinema is connected with the Skytrain's Siam station through Siam Center.
Location : Siam Discovery Center, Pathum Wan
Sceens : 6
Seats : 1688 Opened in early 2006 on the 5th Fl. of the shopping mall, the cineplex includes the Siam Pavalai, a 1,200-seat theater. There are six smaller, luxury "Ultra Screen" cinemas, with reclining seats, as well as Enigma, a members-only cinema and lounge.
Location : Siam Paragon, Pathum Wan
Sceens : 15 (Nokia Ultra Screen 3, Siam Pavalai 1, Enigma 1, Theater 10)
Seats : 3450
SF Cinema City MBK
SF Cinema City MBK
The company's first multiplex branch, opened in 1999 under the theme "Movie Planet". Also has VIP cinema, bowling alley, karaoke; at Skytrain's National Stadium station. Has digital capability.
Location : MBK Center, Pathum Wan
Sceens : 8
Seats : 2120 The First Class cinemas at SF World offers seating with motorized recline, pre-show buffet, cocktail reception, five-star service and unlimited popcorn and drinks in the cinema.
Location : CentralWorld, 7th floor
Sceens : 11
Seats : 2915 Location : CentralWorld, 8th floor
Sceens : 2
Seats : 180 The cinema is tastefully decorated in a vibrant color scheme to serve the needs of families. The cinema offers three types of seating ranging from day beds, lazy chairs and bean bags. Family films and animations are regularly played in this auditorium.
Location : CentralWorld, 9th floor
Sceens : 1
Seats : 126
Century The Movie Plaza
Century The Movie Plaza
This multiplex anchoring a shopping mall opened in 2005. It is located near the Skytrain's Victory Monument station.
Location : Phayathai Road, Ratchathewi
Sceens : 8 The World Max Screen is SF Group's largest theatre boasting over 900 seats. It is the 3 largest cinema in Thailand behind Siam Pavalai and Scala.
Location : CentralWorld, 9th floor
Sceens : 1
Seats : 900 The Lido cinemas are an older multiplex dating back to the late 1960s. They often screen Japanese, Korean and other foreign films and offer both Thai and English subtitles. All seats are 100 baht.
Location : Siam Square, Pathum Wan, opposite Siam Center The Scala Theatre was built in 1967. The screen is 21 meters wide and 8.7 meters tall. Ticket buyers point out what seats they desire on a paper chart in the ticket booth. Also in the lobby are hand-painted movie advertisements, which were commonplace in Thailand until the 1990s, when large-scale screen printing became available. First-run Hollywood features are usually featured at the Scala, with the films moving to the Lido cinemas in subsequent weeks. The Scala is occasionally booked for live shows and private functions. Tickets are 100 baht for normal seats and 120 baht for stadium-style seating at the rear of the auditorium.
Location : Siam Square, Pathum Wan, opposite Siam Discovery Center Tickets are 100 baht for normal seats and 120 baht for stadium-style seating at the rear of the auditorium. The Siam often schedules Thai films and films from other Asian countries, such as China, Hong Kong, Japan and Korea, for extended engagements.
Location : Siam Square, Pathum Wan, opposite Siam Paragon
Sathorn
Alliance française
Alliance française
Holds regular screenings of French films and films from other countries with French subtitles.
Location : South Sathon Road, Sathon
Sceens : 1
Seats : 225 Regularly holds screenings of German films.
Location : Soi Goethe, Sathon Soi 1, Sathon
The Riverside
Sala Chalermkrung Royal Theatre
Sala Chalermkrung Royal Theatre
Sala Chalermkrung is Bangkok's oldest cinema and was the first air-conditioned theater in Thailand. Built on the order of King Prajadhipok and named by him, it was opened on July 2, 1933. It is the only theater from the first "golden age" of Thai cinema still standing. No longer regularly showing movies, the theater has been renovated and is principally used for Thai dance performances.
Location : Charoen Krung Road, Wang Burapha Phirom, Phra Nakhon
Sceens : 1 The first branch of Major Hollywood cinema chain.
Location : Suksawat Road, Ratburana
Sceens : 7
Rachadapisek
Esplanade Cineplex Ratchada
Esplanade Cineplex Ratchada
A flagship branch for the Major Cineplex chain opened in December 2006. It includes a 22-lane bowling alley, an ice-skating rink, shops and restaurants. It is near the Bangkok Metro's Thailand Cultural Centre station.
Location : Esplanade Ratchada, Ratchadaphisek Road, Din Daeng
Sceens : 12
Seats : 2,700 Opening in 2011.
Location : Central Plaza Rama IX
Sceens : 15
Seats : TBD House is a boutique art film cinema on the 3rd Fl. of the UMG RCA cinema in Bangkok. It opened in 2004. All films have English and Thai subtitles. The cinema has a café and a library lounge, where books and magazines about cinema can be browsed. House sometimes hosts special events and movie-preview parties. The ticket price for all seats is 100 baht.
Location : Royal City Avenue, Huai Khwang
Sceens : 2
Seats : 200 Formerly a five-screen multiplex, two cinemas on the 3rd Fl. were remodeled 2004 to create the House boutique art film cinema. A bowling alley, indoor kart racing track, karaoke parlours, nightclubs and a Tops supermarket are adjacent.
Location : Royal City Avenue, Huai Khwang
Sceens : 3
Seats : 1,000
Chatuchak
Major Cineplex Ratchayothin
Major Cineplex Ratchayothin
The former flagship branch of the Major Cineplex chain was opened in 1998. It was Thailand's largest cinema until Paragon Cineplex opened. The shopping mall is anchored by the cineplex, with shops, restaurants, a bowling alley, karaoke and a fitness center. It was the former location of Thailand's IMAX cinema, which moved to Paragon in 2005.
Location : Phahonyothin Road, Lat Yao, Chatuchak
Sceens : 15
Seats : 4014+ Plan to open in June 2010.
Location : Supreme Mall, Samsen Bangkok
Sceens :5
Seats :1,200 Opened in 2002 as the first in the SF Group's SFX "boutique" brand of cinemas. It has two "First Class" cinema and digital capability.
Location : Central Plaza Lat Phrao, 6th floor, Phahonyothin Road
Sceens : 9
Seats : 3,000
Don Mueang Airport
SFX Central Chaeng Wattana
SFX Central Chaeng Wattana
Opened in November 2008. The complex is slated to be Thailand's first all-digital cinema. The complex also houses one First Class Cinema.
Location : Central Plaza Chaengwattana, 6th floor, Chaengwattana Road
Sceens : 10
Seats : 2,450 Mall anchored by cineplex, with Big Echo karaoke, shops and restaurants.
Location : The Avenue Chaeng Wattana, next to Big C Supercenter on Chaeng Wattana Road
Sceens : 5

Suvarnabhumi
Grand EGV Seacon
Grand EGV Seacon
Has one Gold Class cinema.
Location : Seacon Square, Srinakarin Road, Prawet
Sceens : 14
Seats : 3,100 On 6th Fl. of a Central Group shopping mall, adjacent to Major Hit bowling alley, karaoke booths, restaurants, shops and the Leo Land water amusement park.
Location : Central City Bang Na
Sceens : 10 Formerly an EGV cinema but was rebranded after the Major Cineplex and EGV chains merged.
Location : Fashion Island, Ram Inthra Road, Min Buri Cinemas are on 3rd Fl. of shopping mall, adjacent to Major Bowl.
Location : Seri Center, Srinakarin Road, Prawet
Sceens : 6 Five screens, some of which show English language films.
Location : Tesco Lotus, Srinakarin
Sceens : 5 Formerly a UMG cinema, taken over by SF in 2006. The cinema was the first to display the corporate identity and interior design model adopted by SF Group in 2007.
Location : Central Plaza Ramintra
Sceens : 6
Seats : 2,100
Other Location
Major Cineplex Ramkhamhaeng
Major Cineplex Ramkhamhaeng
Major Cineplex's second complex.
Location : Ramkhamhaeng Road, Bang Kapi
Sceens : 7 Some English films shown across ten screens.
Location : Tesco Lotus Bang Kapi, Lat Phrao Road
Sceens : 10 Six screens showing mostly English-language version films.
Location : Phetkasem Road, Bangkok
Sceens : 6 The first Major Cineplex complex, it opened in 1996. Opposite Central Plaza Pinklao, Bangkok Noi.
Location : Nakhon Chaisi Road, Bang Phlat
Sceens : 13
Major Cineplex Rama III
Major Cineplex Rama III
A former United Artists multiplex, Major Cineplex took it over and remodeled it in 2003.
Location : Central Plaza Rama III
Sceens : 9 The first multiplex theater in Thailand, built in 1994. Also has two "Supreme" cinemas.
Location : Future Park, Petchkasem Road, Bang Khae
Sceens : 10
Seats : 1,900 Also has Gold Class.
Location : Imperial World, Lad Phrao Road
Sceens : 7
Seats : 1,826 Nine screens, some of which show English language films.
Location : Central Plaza Rama II, Rama II Road
Sceens : 9
Grand EGV Pinklao
Grand EGV Pinklao
Also has Gold Class.
Location : Central Pinklao, Pinklao-Nakhon Chaisri Road
Sceens : 12
Seats : 1,900 Three-story complex has a shopping arcade, snack shops, 18-lane bowling alley and karaoke facilities. There are also "Sweet" and "Star" v.i.p auditoriums. All standard auditoriums has leg-space up to 1.5 meter with new style comfortable seat.
Location : Ramkhamhaeng Road, Bang Kapi, opposite Ramkhamhaeng University
Sceens : 10 Opened in August 2001 in suburban shopping center under the concept "Movie Fantasy".
Location : The Mall Bang Khae, Phetkasem Road
Sceens : 8
Seats : 2,088 Opened August 2001 in suburban shopping mall under the theme "Movie Ocean". Has digital capability. Renovated in November 2007.
Location : The Mall Ngamwongwan
Sceens : 11
Seats : 2,922
SF Cinema City Bang Kapi
SF Cinema City Bang Kapi
Opened in August 2001 in suburban shopping center under the concept of "Movie Pavilion". Includes one VIP auditorium. Has digital capability.
Location : The Mall Bang Kapi, Lat Phrao Road
Sceens : 14
Seats : 3,639 Facility to be expanded to up to 12 screens. There is also a bowling alley at the complex. The cinema is being promoted as "High Class Luxury Cinema Experience". Renovated facility opened in October 2007.
Location : The Mall Tha Phra, Bangkok
Sceens : 8 It's due to open in June 2009
Location : Bangyai Square Bangkok
Sceens : 5
Seats : 1,200