Friday, 21 August 2009

Prayer room (mussola/surau) in Bangkok shopping areas

Platinum Fashion Mall - Female: Level 2; Male: Level 5

Ambassador Hotel, Sukhumvit Soi 11, Bangkok.

Central Chitlom
It's on Level 6, at a corner of the toys section. If you take the lift, turn left as you get out of the lift and turn left again passing the 'Bear Corner'. Walk straight towards the Game counter and turn right. Walk straight ahead till you see the room below:

The entrance.

The foyer with coffee making facility.

Separate prayer room for male and female.

Pratunam Market
The musolla is at the back of Maedah Restaurant, which is located behind Indra Regent/Indra Square and on the way to Baiyoke Sky Hotel. You have to go through the restaurant in order to get there.

The Mall Bangkapi
Situated on the second floor, at the exit to the car park from the Gent's department.

Siam Paragon
Take the lift to the basement via South Lift and it's opposite the lavatories.
Kindly take note that there are South and North lifts. Make sure to use the South lift as you'll not get to the surau via the North lift.

Central World Shopping Centre
Located on Level 1, near the information centre.

Robinson's Shopping Centre, Asoke, Sukhumvit Road
(near BTS Asoke & MRT Sukhumvit)
Located on the 2nd floor behind a cashier counter of ladies' dept.

MBK Shopping Centre
Located on the 6th floor at exit to Parking 6A & 6B


Anonymous said...

Jazakumullahu khair.
Banyak pahala dapat bila orang pergi sembahyang kat situ.

Fazah said...

Thank you Lynn, May Allah bless u always. U will forever by my sister for helping post these useful tips.

Vi said...

May God bless you, Lynn, for helping Muslim travellers.

Roziana said...

Alhamdulillah! Tks Lynn for the info. my family and i are going bangkok next mon!

Anonymous said...

How about in Ko Chang island, Lynn? Any option to surau/masjid for friday prayers?

LYNN said...

Regret to inform you that there are no masjids at all on Ko'Chang@Chang Island. There are very few Muslims living on the island. Most Muslim workers live on the mainland and they commute daily. You have to go to the mainland for Friday prayers.

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