Give it a swirl.
Claiming to give Bangkokians an all-new movie experience, Quartier Cine-Art consists of four cinemas, each pioneering new technology that you can’t find elsewhere in Thailand.
With nine projectors and three screens, True Screen X offers viewers an immersive 270-degree field of vision (B350/person or B800/couple for the opera chair).
The more luxurious AEON Theater @Quartier offers bed-like seating with a blanket, as well as a pre-movie meal (Western or Japanese set menu) from Dean & Deluca. This cinema also claims to offer visual quality that’s 20 times clearer and brighter than normal systems. Tickets are B1,000/person or B1,800/couple.
The five-story-tall Toyota Imax is priced at B300-B400/person or B1,200 for Ultimate IMAX (pair).
Meanwhile, SCB First Screen makes up for its normal look with its sound quality powered by as many as 64 in-house speakers (tickets start from B200 on weekdays).
Don’t be alarmed at the SCB ticketing window—the cinema is serviced by a cute-faced CineRobot.
Your weekends just got a lot more chill thanks to Open House
Central Embassy’s vast and beautiful open space blends art books, award-winning restaurants and innovative social spaces.
Creeping and crawling onto a plate near you.
Headed to Phrom Phong? These are some of the highlight dishes for your wish list.
Brought to you by
The latest on the BMA versus TAT power struggle over our soup bowls.