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    Co-Working Spaces in Bangkok
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    The best Co-Working Office Services in Bangkok

    In ‘Pre-Covid’ days, the co-working space business in Bangkok and beyond was booming. The name ‘WeWork’ was synonymous with co-working and they dominating the global scene, having first entered Bangkok in 2019. However, their failed IPO and utter capitulation starting in the same year helped to accelerate the rate at which competitors started popping up in cities all over the world. In 2020, along came Covid and widespread lockdowns, with central business districts in virtually every city laying empty. WeWork probably thought things couldn’t get any worse after their last year, but of course, they were wrong. Tenancies being broken, long-term contracts up in the air, and new Work From Home policies being implemented across the board, from small companies to multi-national conglomerates. The large commercial landlords began to feel the pinch, as their massive multi-national tenants decided to downsize their 1,000+ people offices, with staff splitting their time between home and a smaller, smart-working environment. In step the co-working companies that survived the lockdowns and made it to 2021, with their flexible contracts, smart-working environments, hot-desking, breakout zones, hyper-networking capabilities, beers, and coffees on tap, and, of course, beanbags!

    With their two locations in Asoke and Sathorn, Glowfish are taking office chic to the next level with some of the best interior décor we’ve seen in any office. Conveniently located in the center of town, both are within a stone’s throw from their nearest MRT/BTS stations. Facilities include everything from free tea and coffee, high-speed internet, printing/scanning, and events hosting. Opening hours are between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm.
    • Best Features: So much natural light flooding into the offices all day with nice little breakout areas throughout.
    • Pricing: Fixed desks from THB 12,000 per month and Serviced Offices from THB 33,000 per month for four desks
    • Address: Asoke: 219/59 Asoke Towers, 2nd Floor, Soi Sukhumvit 21, Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
    • Address: Sathorn: 92/4, Floor 2, Sathorn Thani 2 Building, North Sathorn Road, Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand
    • Nearest Transport: Asoke: Asoke BTS or Petchanburi MRT | Sathorn: Chong Nonsi BTS
    • Contact info: [email protected] | Asoke + 66 2 120 9600, Sathorn +66 2 109 9600
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    Solarium Meeting Room (Sathorn)

    Just around the corner from Terminal 21, Kliquedesk can be found on the second floor of the T. Shinawatra Thai Silk Building. This funky office space is fully loaded with all the essentials you’d ever need from an office space, and it’s available 24/7. Along with the ergonomic furniture, you’ll find the standard printer/scanner setup that’s always available to use, aircon during peak hours and of course, free teas and coffees!
    • Best Features: Funky yellow, futuristic look makes it feel like you’re working in a beehive! Private phone booths, meeting rooms and even parking are free
    • Pricing: Hot Desking from THB 300 per day and Serviced Offices from THB 18,000 per month for one desk
    • Address: 94 Soi Sukhumvit 23 (Prasarnmitr), Sukhumvit Rd., Klongtoey Nua, Watthana Bangkok 10110 Thailand
    • Nearest Transport: BTS/MRT Asoke

    Kliquedesk Bangkok

    The Work Loft
    Open seven days per week, The Work Loft is just a short walk from the Silom MRT station, so everything you could ever need is within a short walking distance. But in-house, they have it all anyway, with meeting rooms, private offices, the café and a great terrace just to chill on when you want to get away from the computer. Did I mention free snacks and refreshments? Because they have it all here! Standard office hours are 8am to 8pm but access is granted 24/7.
    • Best Features: Free trial option means you can give it a go and if you’re not as impressed as we were, you can move onto the next one! We also love the natural light in this place and how it makes an office place so much more pleasant.
    • Pricing: Hot Desking from THB 300 per day and Serviced Offices from THB 14,000 per month for one desk
    • Address: 281/19-23 3F-6F, NST One Building, Silom Rd, Silom, Bangrak Bangkok Thailand 10500
    • Nearest Transport: Silom MRT

    Workloft Hot Desking Area

    Right in the middle of the CBD, this 2,000 square meter co-working office space houses more than 100 desks, each one custom-fitted to maximize comfort. Launchpad models its office space on those found in Silicon Valley. With 5 meeting rooms, you can get down to the serious stuff and then take a moment to relax in one of the breakout zones where the comfy sofas and beanbags can be found. Dedicated offices can cater for up to 16 people, making it ideal for those startups with a significant workforce already.
    • Best Features: Funky yellow decor, a bit like Kliquedesk, but their rates when purchasing bundle packages are second to none. Amazing value here.
    • Pricing: Hot Desking from THB180 per day and Fixed Desks from THB 4,500 per month per desk
    • Address: 139 Pan Road, Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Thailand
    • Nearest Transport: Saint Louis BTS

    Launchpad Co-working Space

    True Digital Park (TDPK)
    Located in the heart of Bangkok, TDPK offers a comfortable co-working space with many benefits. These include ultra-high-speed connectivity, free 3-hour parking, professional printing service and complimentary refreshments. Their digital workspace has a modern layout with over 250 workstations. Moreover, desks are large and well-spaced out and thus can accommodate groups of all sizes. They even have 36 meeting rooms on the 6th and 7th floors of their Pegasus building. These can be hired in 3 sizes (small, medium, large) and come fully equipped with LCD screens or projectors and an HDMI connection. Overall, they provide a well-rounded work environment perfect for all digital nomads.
    • Best Features: Plenty of natural light floods through its large, floor-to-ceiling windows. In addition, the interior of the workspace is unique, featuring colourful paintings and art.
    • Pricing: Available Packages:
      01 Day: 500 THB
      01 Month: 7,500 Baht
      03 Months: 22,500 THB
      06 Months: 45,000 THB
      12 Months: 90,000 THB
    • Address: True Digital Park Co., Ltd.: 101 Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok 10260.
    • Nearest Transport: Punnawithi BTS Skytrain Station.
    • Contact info: [email protected] / [email protected]. Phone number: 02-009-1101.
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    JustCo is the ideal co-working space in Bangkok, suiting every customer’s wants and needs. They have a modern, bright and colourful design, floor to ceiling windows, and a spacious working space. All of their spaces are chic and stylish, but they also incorporate practicality to promote a creative setting that maximizes comfort and productivity.

    Locations: They have branches all over Asia, with four locations in Bangkok: AIA Sathorn Tower, Amarin Tower, Capital Tower All Seasons Place, and Samyan Mitrtown.
    • Opening Hours: 8:30 am - 6:00 pm, Monday to Friday, closed on weekends
    • Pricing: All Rates per Month
      THB 990.00 JustDesk Basic provides users monthly access to the shared workspace;
      THB 5200.00 JustDesk Unlimited gives you unlimited monthly access to the co working space
      THB 9200.00 JustDesk Dedicated gives you your own personal desk;
      THB 9400.00 JustStudio gives you an exclusive studio space. (Prices vary depending on location.)
    • Address: True Digital Park Co., Ltd.: 101 Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok 10260.
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    The Hive
    The Hive has a total of 20 locations in 7 different countries. Bangkok is home to 2 locations: Prakanong and Thonglor. It features conference rooms, mailboxes, and storage facilities in addition to a community space. The wood-dominated loft concept has the usual coffee shop charm, complete with access to an outdoor garden-bar and area lounge seating.
    • Opening Hours: Thonglor - 9:00 am - 6:00 pm, Monday-Friday, closed on weekends | Prakanong – 9:00 am - 6:00 pm, Monday-Friday, closed on weekends
    • Pricing: There are four membership options. Hot Desk starts at THB 4,000/month, Dedicated Desk starts at THB 6,000/month, Private Office starts at THB 9,000/month. For special rates and virtual offices, you have to contact them directly. Need a desk space just for a day? It’s only THB 350.
    • Address: Piman 49, 46/9 Sukhumvit 49, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok
      5th Floor, Chavanich Building, No 38 Soi Sukhumvit 69, Sukhumvit Road, Prakanong Nua, Wattana, Bangkok
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    The Great Room
    The Great Room was founded in 2016 with the goal of changing the way people work, connect and interact. They are motivated by the need for a more integrated working environment - a place to meet, create and invent, rather than simply get things done individually. Because work is about fresh conversations, relationships, creativity, reflection and repose, in addition to productivity. The Great Room took inspiration from five-star hotel lobby ambience. The Singaporean company is spread across two levels of Gaysorn Tower and features luxurious decor with marble-clad desks and tan leather seats.
    • Opening Hours: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm, Monday - Tuesday, Thursday - Friday; closed on Wednesday and weekends
    • Pricing: Hot Desk starts at THB 9,900 per month with access to all of the locations in Singapore, Hong Kong and Bangkok. Dedicated office for teams of 2 to 20 start at THB 20,000 per month. Need a place to work for one day? Their Day Pass is THB 990.
    • Address: 127 Gaysorn Tower, Ratchadamri Rd, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok
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    Considered Manhattan’s largest co-working space firm and one of the fastest growing worldwide. WeWork is the latest multinational office sharing company to set up a business in Bangkok. WeWork excels because of its own platform, which provides education, mentorship and, most crucially, connections for startup companies to take off. There are four locations in Bangkok: The Parq, T-One Building, Spring Tower and Asia Centre
    • Opening Hours: T-Parq – 9:00 am - 6:00 pm, Monday-Saturday;
    • Opening Hours: T-One Building, Spring Tower | Asia Centre Building – 9:00 am - 6:00 pm, Monday to Friday, closed on weekends
    • Pricing: It varies depending on location. Dedicated Desks start from THB 5,600 per month; Private Offices start from THB 11,400 per month.


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      KliqueX Samyan
      KliqueX Samyan is a branch of KliqueDesk, which comes with more services with coworking space, meeting room, private office, and event space. The eye-catching office uses yellow as the main colour theme to “encourages creativity and help feel energetic.” The coworking space has an open and airy atmosphere thanks to the bare ceilings and oversized windows. However, there are also spaces with more privacy.
      • Best Features: Funky yellow, futuristic look makes it feel like you’re working in a beehive! Private booths, meeting rooms and even parking are free
      • Pricing: Start from THB 3,600 per month.
      • Address: I’m park Chula, 353 9 Khwaeng Wang Mai, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand.


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        MQDC unveils Cloud 11 – Asia’s largest hub for content creators with innovative and sustainable building

        Cloud 11, MQDC’s second themed project, aims to become Asia’s largest hub for content creators and a pioneering sustainable project, valued at over 40 billion Thai baht in South Sukhumvit, Bangkok. With a gross floor area of 254,000 square metres, Cloud 11 will showcase a versatile range of facilities, including a creative office and studio space, hybrid retail, smart hotel, lifestyle hotel, education zone, cultural zone, and public space, featuring Bangkok’s largest rooftop park. Cloud 11 design concept is to bring sustainability to the forefront of the project, not only from an environmental standpoint but also from a social and economic perspective.

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        The metropolitan city of Bangkok currently has only 7 sqm per capita for green area, which is far lower than other Asian countries. Cloud 11 aspires to be a prominent green hub, and aims to give more green space back to Bangkok. The project takes responsibility for the environmental impact of the construction. The design, including the construction of the common area and parking area, is thought out accordingly. For example, the building was built around a 100 year old banyan tree to preserve it. The centre of the project was made into a vast public green space, which is the signature of the building. Mr. Onza Janyaprasert, Project Director of Cloud 11, said…

        “Sustainability is of utmost importance and requires substantial investment, however, we are prepared to invest in it. The value of a 100 year old tree far surpasses that of any monetary gain.”

        There is a combination of inputs, everything from biodiversity to energy production, streaming the commands and making clean water, and diffusing the air that goes to the public area. The water distribution canal project is another prime example of Cloud 11’s strong intent on environmental sustainability. However, the aesthetics of the building is not compromised along with its goal of environmental sustainability. The building’s unique cut-out design, which incorporates the vast green common space, serves this goal.

        The 3-layer concept of the building was inspired by the area surrounding the project, which are tenement houses on the street level. This street level serves as the building’s base. The second layer, the interstitial area, was inspired by the skywalk and decorated with a similar theme. Finally, the third layer, the skyline, is the building itself. This level is designed to stand out from the rest of the area, with spaces for activities, sports, and creativity. The building’s size was carefully considered to ensure that natural light seeps into every part of the area. If the building were too large, it would block the light, preventing it from reaching the deeper zones such as the canal. This design allows guests to enjoy panoramic views while keeping the space bright and comfortable. This intricately designed 3-layer building will surely leave a unique impression on the visitors’ minds.
        Mr. Kjetil Thorsen, the founder of Snøhetta, Cloud 11’s Design Consultant, commented…

        “Beauty and environmental sustainability are not mutually exclusive; there is an aesthetic quality to the design that is also environmentally conscious.”

        Cloud 11’s innovative cut-out architecture fulfils the locals’ needs with an open-air space for exercise with shade and a 400-metre exercise trail alongside the canal. Universal Design makes all the facilities accessible to everyone. Moreover, the latest technology, including robots, guarantees visitors a seamless and automated experience. Cloud 11 embraces an “Empowering Creators” concept, adhering to its social sustainability objective. With fast-evolving technology, content creators have a more prominent role, significantly driving the entertainment industry and eventually promoting Thailand’s soft power. Cloud 11 serves more than a mixed-use property project; it is a hub for content creators to showcase their work and collaborate. With a mission to empower creators, the project will facilitate content creation by boasting creator funds, talent, studio spaces and state-of-the-art equipment.

        The project provides a network for existing and future businesses while bringing challenges, creating new spaces, and increasing biodiversity. This innovative architectural project aims to become Asia’s leading creator economy hub and elevate the entertainment industry through technology. Cloud 11 also intends to support local businesses and, subsequently, make contributions to local economic development. Piling and foundation work has been completed, and building construction is currently in progress. It is anticipated that Cloud 11 will open in the fourth quarter of 2024.
        Last edited by Roadrunner; 03-18-2023, 03:24 PM.