Ever since the “great Bangkok flood of 2011”, there has been a whirlwind of co-working spaces in Bangkok. Most of them are conveniently located on Sukhumvit and close by a BTS station. Whether you’re daydreaming from a 12th-floor desk or brainstorming for ideas on how to launch your own startup, these co-working spaces will stir your imagination as it offers plenty of possibilities.
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Situated on the 12th floor of the Asia Hotel Car Park Building and adjoined to BTS Ratchathewi, JOINT Café and Workspace is a popular hideout for tutors and their students. This is mainly because some of Bangkok’s most famed academic institutions and tutorial schools are nearby. With a white, minimalistic interior design, it is easily one of the brightest co-working spaces in the city.
JOINT Café & Workspace, 294/1 12th Floor, Asia Building, Phaya Thai Road, Bangkok
HUBBA has three locations, spread across the city from the charming Ekkamai to the bustling Siam. Nestled on the fourth floor of the newly remodelled Siam Discovery mall, Discovery HUBBA is the branch we would like to particularly like to highlight. Conveniently located in the centre of Bangkok, Discovery HUBBA is designed to be a space that inspires creativity. Take advantage of their library of resources, as well as complimentary coffee and snacks.
Discovery HUBBA, 4th Floor, Siam Discovery Mall, Siam, Bangkok
A place designed for university students and entrepreneurs to work and grow their ideas, Growth café & co. is a creative environment is filled with lush green plants, wooden tables and inspiring wall murals. The co-working space is equipped with a wide range of amenities and a selection of meeting rooms. Drop by their snack bar and make good use of their online booking system. On their website, you can see check the availability of their rooms and desk spaces, and book with ease.
Growth café & co., 236/12 Siam Square 2, Pathum Wan, Bangkok
Looking for a co-working space with a photo studio on offer? Draft Board is what you’re looking for. Think red brick walls, wooden planks and sleek black steel. The space speaks to architects and interior designers. Besides photo studios, Draft Board provides private rooms, fixed desks, shared desks, meeting rooms and a pool table in the lounge area. Located in Chitlom, Draft Board is a cool co-working space that is easily accessible.
Draft Board, 12A Orakarn Building, Chitlom Soi 46, Bangkok
The yellow and black colour scheme of Klique Desk is intended to mimic a busy bee’s jacket. And from a psychology perspective, the bright yellow is supposed to stimulate our brain, and inspire confidence and optimism. Hence, this co-working space is all about simplifying your work process and minimise stress. They do this by offering flexible, cost-effective serviced office, as well as hot desks and virtual offices.
Klique Desk, 94 Soi Sukhumvit 23 (Prasarnmitr), Bangkok
With a holistic wellness concept, The Hive is the only co-working space that includes rooftop garden and a spa. Whenever you need a timeout from work, you can easily indulge in a spa treatment on the first floor or enjoy a drink at the rooftop café and terrace on the top floor. The Hive endorses the work-life balance and provides you with plenty of restful breaks. With vast windows and a shophouse-style design, The Hive is well-lit with natural light, and exudes a sense of modern comfort.
The Hive, Piman 49: 46/9 Sukhumvit Soi 49, Bangkok