Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre, Bangkok
Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre
The Queen Sirikit National Convention Center (QSNCC) was officially opened by Their Majesties King Bhumibol Adulyadej and Queen Sirikit in August 1991 in honour of Her Majesty’s 60th birthday the following year. A highly sophisticated multi-purpose facility and world-class meeting venue, the QSNCC is a triumph of modern Thai architecture, having been specifically designed to meet the almost limitless demands of today’s international conference planners and exhibition organizers.
The key areas of the QSNCC are a partitioned Plenary Hall that can accommodate up to 5,000 people; exhibition, display and office areas covering 35,000 square meters capable of housing hundreds of trade booths; and smaller deluxe meeting and seminar rooms suitable for meetings of from 10 to 600 people.
The QSNCC offers a full range of support services. Food and beverages are available at the Retro Live Café, the Centre’s international restaurant; coffee shops; and food court serving western and Asian meals, while banquet facilities can cater for over 8,000. A pharmacy, post office and banks are also available in the QSNCC, as well as a fully equipped business center.
As only to be expected of a world-class venue, the QSNCC can provide state-of-the-art technical services for all functions, including video- and teleconferencing, tele-promoting, simultaneous translation services, LCD and video projection, Wi-Fi, and over 1,500 International Direct Dial lines.
Note: Wi-Fi airtime can be purchased at Business Centre of the venue located at zone A-Ground Floor; the price is 450 THB. 1 card: 1 user for 1 day and 1,200 THB. 1 card: 1 user for 3 days.
With a unique lakeside setting on Rachadapisek Road in the heart of Bangkok’s central business district, the QSNCC has excellent access to Bangkok’s elevated expressway system and an MRT Underground station is situated in front of the complex. This in turn links with the BTS Sky Train system. The Centre is thus within easy reach of the city’s finest hotels, department stores and Suvannabhumi International Airport.
How to get there
By MRT Underground :
Exit at Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre Station.
By BTS Sky Train :
Exit at Asoke Station where the QSNCC is a short ride away by underground, taxi or bus.
By Bus :
Ordinary bus numbers 45, 46, 109, 115, 116; and air-conditioned bus numbers 22, 185, 507.
By private Car :
There is in extensive on-site car parking space for 1,500 vehicles adjacent to the QSNCC and park-and-ride areas at 12 major MRT and BTS stations and also on Saturdays and Sundays at Chamchuri Square (Samyan intersection) and Jasmine City Building (Sukhumvit23).
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