K Village is a modern-looking mall featuring some 100 air-conditioned shops in 5 zones. These zones cover fashion and accessories, cafés and restaurants, health and beauty, lifestyle and technology, and gourmet markets. The main highlight, though, is dining, and the place is often packed at weekends with hungry shoppers.
This lifestyle mall is simply one among the glittering megamalls flanking downtown Sukhumvit Road. It features 2 open-style buildings, each offering 2 levels of retail space, an activities ground which doubles as a beer garden in the cooler months as well as an outdoor parking lot. The mall itself is pet-friendly, although not every shop allows pets inside.
- Damnoen Saduak Floating Market Tour
- Banyan Tree's Apsara Dinner Cruise
- Vertigo & Moon Bar Rooftop Dining
- Ayutthaya Ancient Capital Tour with River Cruise
- Shangri-La Hotel's Buffet Dinner Cruise
- Bridge on the River Kwai & Historic Railway Tour
- Siam Niramit Dinner Show
- Calypso Bangkok Cabaret Show
- Chao Phraya River Dinner Cruise
- Grand Palace & Emerald Buddha Half-Day Tour
K Village highlights
With freeform architecture, pockets of greenery and lots of airy, open spaces, shopping at K Village is pleasant and relaxing at the same time. Shops on the ground floor range from tiny clothes boutiques and shops selling fashion accessories to branded outlets such as Crocs, iBeat and True Value.
There’s also a luxury car dealer, The Gallery, where you can empty your bank account in exchange for a spanking-new Ferrari, Porsche, Lamborghini, Aston Martin, or other equally prestigious brands.
Dining options at K Village
Many restaurants and cafés at K Village also have outdoor dining terraces. Wine Connection is highly popular and often packed during meal times; its kitchen serves a selection of pasta, pizzas, salads and grilled meat dishes, while the adjacent wine shop offers a diverse and extremely reasonably priced range of white and red wines as well as imported beers. Also notable is KUU, a Japanese restaurant and sake bar, offering a large selection of yakitori and creative starters.
The second level has more restaurants and a handful of beauty salons. Many Japanese restaurants offer specialized menus, whether shabu-shabu (Shabu Sen), katsu-dong (Katsu King), curries (Coco Ichibanya), or ramens (Yamagishi Tsukemen). The 2 Thai restaurants, Len Zen Boat Noodles and Yum & Tum, are also worth trying.
Shopping for food at K Village
The 2 Gourmet Markets at K Village offer large selections of imported groceries from Korea and Japan, along with dedicated sections for all kinds of specialized food, from organic vegetables and fresh fruits from orchards around the world to imported seafood, hygienic meats, charcuteries, delicatessen, Italian groceries and those specific to Thai cuisine.
Regular groceries are also available, along with smaller vendors offering a range of snacks, such as Japanese sweets, patisserie products, bread, yoghurts, dairy products and Italian gelatos.
Among the dozens of community malls popping up across the city, K Village has done an exemplary job of combining all the elements of a contemporary lifestyle under one roof. There’s a good mix of chains as well as independent outlets and budget-friendly to top-end luxury brands. You feel there’s something different and more exciting here. Plus, the pet-friendly policy is definitely a bonus.
It can be a long walk getting to K Village down Sukhumvit Soi 26, so it's advisable to take a taxi from BTS Phrom Phong.
- Opening Hours: Daily from 10am to 10pm
- Location: 93, 95 Sukhumvit 26 Alley, Khlong Tan, Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
- BTS: Phrom Phong
- Tel: +66 (0)2 258 9919