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Whether you’re a local freelancer, expat or digital nomad passing through, dozens of coworking spaces in Bangkok cater to all manner of creative professionals with day passes, cost-cutting memberships, inspiring designs and dynamic locations.
From industrial-chic spaces that unleash your creative side to strikingly minimalist venues that allow for maximum concentration in the urban jungle, Bangkok’s most popular coworking spaces come in a diverse array of styles to cater to a global community.
This in-depth guide details the ins and outs of the city’s best shared workspaces for both residents and visitors from overseas. The coworking spaces in this article have flexible and transparent pricing options (which usually include dap passes, bundles and memberships), accessible locations, excellent reviews, modern facilities, and inspiring styles.
If you want to work in one of the most stylish coworking spaces along Sukhumvit Road, you might want to try the industrial-style UnionSPACE in the trendy Ekkamai neighbourhood, the bright and sleek Fabbit Global Gateway in the vibrant Asok district, or the greenspace-inspired The Urban Office just a couple of kilometres away in the Phrom Phong area. Alternatively, head to The Great Room Gaysorn Tower in Phloen Chit to work in a sophisticated space that’s as striking as the cityscape views it offers.
Not far away in the Lower Sukhumvit area, you’ll find an array of budget-friendly, modern coworking spaces, such as The Park East and THINK Society in Udom Suk. Just up the road is the True Digital Park, one of the largest tech and innovation hubs in Southeast Asia with free Wi-Fi throughout the complex plus facilities that include a free semi-outdoor, elevated running track.
Silom, another one of Bangkok’s most popular hubs for business, nightlife and tourism, is home to highly reviewed coworking spaces that include The Work Loft, Launchpad Co.,Ltd. and The Great Room Park Silom.
Further north in Bangkok are coworking spaces like cocon near Victory Monument, MAVEN MESH in Lat Phrao and The Rabbit Hub Company Limited in Phaya Thai, all within walking distance of train stations, dining destinations and shopping outlets.
Almost all coworking spaces in central Bangkok offer budget-friendly day passes, which is just one reason why Thailand boasts one of the world’s most accommodating capitals for digital nomads. Residents and long-term visitors can save money by committing to memberships lasting between a month and a year. If you’re a short-term visitor or just use shared workspaces from time to time, you might benefit from day pass bundles. Here’s a rundown of typical prices.
According to our research, the average price for a day pass at a centrally located coworking spaces in Bangkok is just under THB 300. Prices at some of the city’s most exclusive venues, such as The Great Room, can be as high as THB 950. Lub d Bangkok Siam offers day passes for just THB 150, making it the budget-friendliest coworking space in this guide.
Even though prices go as high as THB 950, day passes at the vast majority of Bangkok’s coworking spaces cost under THB 400. If you need to stick to a strict travel budget, check out these coworking spaces in Bangkok with day passes for under THB 300.
You can obtain discounts of 10–50% by purchasing day pass bundles at many of Bangkok’s best-known coworking spaces, perfect for those who don’t want to commit to a membership. For example, mashmellow sells one day pass for THB 320 or ten day passes for THB 2,800. You can also get 15 day passes to use within three months for THB 5,400.
Day pass bundles are also available in packs of ten to 100 at coworking spaces including UnionSPACE Ekkamai, The Urban Office, Launchpad Co.,Ltd., The Work Loft, THINK Society, and MAVEN MESH.
Monthly membership rates in Bangkok tend to cost between THB 3,000 and THB 8,000. On top of location, factors that affect the price include the venue’s operating hours and whether you want a roaming or fixed desk. Some memberships include business registration services and a business address.
You can get significant savings at some coworking spaces by committing to a long-term contract. At The Work Loft, for example, you can pay THB 4,000 for one month, THB 10,000 for three months, THB 18,000 for six months, or THB 30,000 for a year.
Some coworking spaces provide virtual office plans that can help you register a business in Thailand and obtain a business address for an affordable monthly fee, usually between THB 1,500 and THB 6,000, depending on which services you need. Services can include mail handling and forwarding, virtual assistants, meeting room access, and more.
At The Park East in Lower Sukhumvit, you can get a virtual office plan with four day passes for THB 1,500 per month. Located in the Silom CBD, The Great Room Park Silom offers virtual office plans with a registered address and one hour of access to the lounge per day for THB 4,000 per month. You can also get virtual office plans at top-rated coworking spaces like The Urban Office and Fabbit Global Gateway.
Some coworking spaces offer weekly memberships at budget-friendly rates for those who need flexibility. For example, Lub d Bangkok Siam – also a hostel for young professionals – offers weekly memberships for THB 750. Slightly more expensive in the upscale Ekkamai neighbourhood is mashmellow at THB 1,690.
If you need the ultimate in flexibility, you might be interested in Bangkok coworking spaces that offer hourly rates. Situated in Phaya Thai not far from the Airport Rail Link is The Rabbit Hub Company Limited, where you can pay THB 50 per hour. Across the city in Lower Sukhumvit, you can pay THB 60 per hour at the lofty and homely THINK Society.
Some of the most popular coworking spaces in the Thai Capital include True Digital Park, UnionSPACE Ekkamai and The Great Room Gaysorn Tower. Here’s everything you need to know about those shared workspaces and more to decide where to establish your office away from home.
Located in the Punnawithi area of Lower Sukhumvit, True Digital Park is one of the largest tech and innovation hubs in Thailand and Southeast Asia. This futuristic, mall-like complex is home to coworking spaces, shops, restaurants, a food hall with cheap and tasty local bites, a semi-covered elevated running track, and outdoor greenspaces. Perfect for digital nomads, Wi-Fi is free throughout the complex, and day passes to dedicated coworking spaces can be grabbed for as little as THB 270.
The coworking spaces feature a lofty, industrial style, reflecting the building’s high-tech architectural aesthetics. As well as shared workspaces with ergonomic Herman Miller chairs, there are event spaces, meeting rooms and private offices. When you need a break, you’ll have access to shared facilities such as table tennis, pool and games. And you won’t struggle for things to do within the True Digital Park.
You’ll find local and international restaurants catering to a range of budgets throughout the True Digital Park’s mall. On the ground floor, you can order cheap bites (Thai meals are available for under THB 60) in the casual and spacious food hall. There are more restaurants with indoor and outdoor seating towards the rear of the building.
If you want to remain productive with your off-screen time, head up to the 540-metre running track on the fourth floor, which traverses both buildings that make up the True Digital Park complex. Free lockers are available to keep your belongings safe, and you can freshen up after your run using the complimentary showers.
The standard rate for a day pass at True Digital Park’s dedicated coworking space is THB 500. Keep your eyes peeled for discounts – day passes can go for as little as THB 270. Membership rates are usually one month for THB 7,500, three months for THB 22,500, six months for THB 45,000, and one year for THB 90,000, though discounts of up to 55% are often available.
Remember – free Wi-Fi is also accessible throughout the building, including the outdoor garden area. You won’t usually struggle to find a place to sit and set up your laptop.
The UnionSPACE Ekkamai (HQ) is the brand’s flagship coworking space, boasting an industrial, rugged style and a homely atmosphere. On top of day passes for just THB 250, UnionSPACE’s perks for digital nomads include a mix of indoor and outdoor workspaces, a trendy location just a hop away from chic bars and restaurants, and services that include work permit and company registration solutions.
The interior of this cosy coworking space features polished concrete floors with white and exposed brick walls, plants hanging from the black sloped ceiling, and seating options such as lounge sofas and dark desks with stylish beige chairs. You’ll find more greenery in the form of plants, shrubs and artificial lawn on the terrace garden. You can also make the most of the tropical climate on shaded, outdoor breakout and work areas.
On top of shared workspaces, UnionSPACE has amenities that include a photo studio and silent booths. You can also take short naps in a co-living capsule. There’s an onsite bar and restaurant for when you need to recharge (or sip a few cold ones).
It takes just over five minutes to walk from UnionSPACE to the Ekkamai BTS station, making it a convenient base to explore Bangkok. If you need something longer term than a day pass at THB 250, you can get bundles of ten day passes for THB 1,850, 30 for THB 4,800, 50 for THB 6,750, and 100 for THB 11,000. Dedicated desks start from THB 4,500 per month.
Want to register a business in Thailand? UnionSPACE Ekkamai will provide you with a registered business address from as little as THB 11,100 per year, which includes 50 day passes to the coworking space.
Overlooking central Bangkok from the 25th and 26th floors of the Gaysorn Tower, The Great Room is a contemporary coworking space with warm, rustic touches in the upscale Phloen Chit neighbourhood. Pricing wise, The Great Room is on the higher end of Bangkok’s coworking spectrum, though you can get commitment-free day passes for as little as THB 950.
Inside this spacious, open-plan shared workspace, you’ll see high-end style features such as wood-panelled walls, marble-esque floors and intricate, industrial-inspired ceiling features. Rivalling The Great Room’s striking interior looks are the sprawling views of Bangkok you can soak up through floor-to-ceiling windows.
Seating options include large, shared tables with ergonomic chairs, lounge-style sofas surrounding coffee tables, and work desks pressed right up against the window. In addition to breakout areas that provide ample space for some off-screen time, there are communal kitchens complete with tea and coffee makers. On the lower floors of the Gaysorn Tower, you’ll find Gaysorn Village, a mall with a wide array of food and drink options.
On top of day passes at THB 950, The Great Room offers a range of flexible memberships that are ideal for digital nomads. A virtual office that includes a registered business address and five days of access to the hot desking area costs THB 4,000 per month (with a minimum term of three months). Dedicated desks start from THB 8,000 per month.
Fabbit Global Gateway is a bright and contemporary shared workspace near Sukhumvit Road in the bustling Asok neighbourhood, one of Bangkok’s major transport, entertainment and commercial centres. Ideal for those looking for a budget-friendly coworking space, Fabbit offers day passes to its common areas for as little as THB 350 and private day offices from just THB 2,000. There’s also a range of flexible memberships if you need something longer term.
Inside this sleek and minimalist space, you’ll see a white and neutral colour palette complementing a combination of tiled and carpeted floors, plus a few industrial touches that include exposed pipes and vents, all combining to maximise comfort and concentration.
As well as a host of street food outlets, shops, restaurants, hotels and the Terminal 21 shopping mall, Fabbit is just a stone’s throw from Benchakitti Park, one of Bangkok’s largest greenspaces. You’ll also be on the doorstep of the Sukhumvit MRT (subway) station and the Asok BTS (elevated railway) station, which makes exploring Bangkok a breeze.
While day passes start at THB 350, a hot desking membership costs just THB 3,000 per month. You can also get a fixed-desk membership that includes company registration for a monthly rate of THB 8,000.
The Urban Office runs several locations in Bangkok, but one of the most popular is just a short walk from the Phrom Phong BTS station in one of the city’s largest central business districts. While you can’t usually get day passes at this vast, open-plan shared workspace, you can pay as little as THB 2,200 for a monthly membership.
The interior design of The Urban Office takes inspiration from a city-centre greenspace. Expect to see wooden features stretching from the floor to the ceiling and lots of green in the form of carpets, potted shrubs and plants climbing the walls. Adding to the space’s appeal are oversized, strikingly orange office chairs and lounge-style sofa chairs pressed against the floor-to-ceiling windows.
When you need a break, you’ll find plenty of street food stalls and stores on the bustling Sukhumvit Road right in front of the building. Less than a couple of minutes away on foot are shopping malls Emporium and EmQuartier, where you can browse high-end labels and catch the latest flicks at the cinema. You’ll also be just a short walk from Benchasiri Park.
For THB 2,200 per month, you’ll get five days of access to the coworking space and two hours of meeting room usage. THB 3,800 gets you ten days, THB 5,200 bags you 15, and THB 6,500 grants you unlimited access to a dedicated desk and a business address.
A short walk from the Phaya Thai Airport Rail Link and BTS interchange, The Rabbit Hub is a homely café and coworking space inside a traditional townhouse with a light, modern and minimalist décor.
In addition to the Quiet Zone that’s ideal for digital nomads, The Rabbit Hub offers budget-friendly group study tables, a meeting room and an events hall.
Not far from this charming coworking space is Victory Monument, home to markets, street food, restaurants, and entertainment outlets that include the Saxophone live jazz and music bar.
A desk for one person costs either THB 50 per hour or THB 190 for the day. You can also get a group table for up to four people for THB 100 per hour or THB 380 per day, while a meeting room for up to six people is priced at THB 300 per hour or THB 1,500 per day.
Hosting a presentation? You can reserve the Event Hall for THB 600–2,000 per hour or 3,000–10,000 per day.
Situated in the dynamic Silom area, Launchpad Co.,Ltd. is a modern coworking space with a diverse array of shared workspaces designed by a renowned local interior designer. Despite boasting a central location, distinctive style and premium facilities, Launchpad Co.,Ltd. offers day passes for as little as THB 350.
Most of Launchpad’s workspaces feature a sleek and strikingly minimalist white or neutral colour scheme and either polished concrete or wooden floors in hues of grey. In the main lobby, you’ll notice decorative touches such as miniature vertical gardens and garden walls. A large breakout area features bold orange sofas and artificial lawn. And if the spacious break room doesn’t interest you, you’ll probably love the warm and inviting onsite café.
You’ll find Launchpad on Pan Road just off the busy North Sathorn Road, about halfway between BTS stations Surasak and Saint Louis. Many top-rated hotels are located within walking distance. And when you need to refuel, you’ll be on the doorstop of highly reviewed diners like the Blue Elephant Cooking School & Restaurant.
THB 350 per day is Launchpad’s most flexible rate for short-term visitors, but you can also get seven day passes to use within a month for just THB 1,680 and 15 passes to use in two months for THB 3,300. THB 5,400 gets you 30 day passes to use within a year. Fixed desk memberships start from THB 4,500 per month.
Located in the vibrant Silom district, known as a prominent business and nightlife hub, The Work Loft is a warm and inviting coworking space with an industrial-chic aesthetic. Ideal for short and long-term Bangkok residents, The Work Loft offers budget-friendly day passes, discounts on day pass bundles, and monthly memberships with 24-hour access for as little as THB 4,000.
The Work Loft’s industrial-style interior features dark-hued wooden flooring and a warm colour palette, with decorative touches such as exposed brick walls and works of contemporary art in the breakout areas and communal kitchens, all illuminated by natural light flooding in through the floor-to-ceiling panelled windows.
The relaxation areas feature comfortable lounges and plenty of space for mingling with fellow coworkers. You can also relax in the onsite I FOUND YOU CAFÉ, a discreet and trendy spot on the coworking space’s 6th floor, providing cityscape views of surrounding Silom.
If you want to get out and explore on your break, Silom is brimming with eateries, markets, malls, bars and tourist attractions. Within walking distance is Lumphini Park, 142-acre greenspace with outdoor activities such paddle boating on the lake and tai chi on the lawn. You can walk or jog from Lumphini Park to Benchakitti Forest Park along the Skywalk, an elevated walkway that cuts through the dense urban metropolis.
You can get a day pass at The Work Loft for THB 400. THB 2,000 gets you seven day passes, which remain valid for three months. For a one-month membership with 24-hour access, you’ll pay THB 4,000. You can also get a three-month membership for THB 10,000, a six-month membership for THB 18,000 and a one-year membership for THB 30,000.
THINK Society is a lofty and intimately lit coworking space in the Udom Suk neighbourhood of Lower Sukhumvit. Its tall ceilings, decked outdoor area and warm colour palette give THINK Society a homely vibe. Perfect for digital nomads and short-term visitors, THINK Society offers a range of flexible rates, starting from just THB 60 per hour.
In addition to premium facilities for work such as meeting rooms overlooking the hot desking area from a mezzanine, Wi-Fi speeds of up to 200 Mbps and modern, hardwood desks, THINK Society boasts a café with a range of tasty treats plus cosy breakout areas with sofas and floor cushions.
If you need more than just an hour or two at this coworking space in Bangkok, you can buy a day pass for THB 250. You can also buy a bundle of ten day passes that never expire for just THB 2,000. If you want a membership, you can get one month for THB 3,200, six months for THB 16,800 or a year for THB 28,800. The six-month and one-year memberships include a mailing address and up to ten hours of meeting room user per month.
Located in Bangkok’s Lat Phrao district, MAVEN MESH is a sophisticated coworking space with a country club feel. Besides its classically good looks, MAVEN MESH is an excellent choice for digital nomads and infrequent visitors with budget-friendly rates ranging from THB 290–2,900.
Inside this elegant, upscale, abode-style coworking space, you’ll see style features such as herringbone pattern wood floors, warm colour palettes, low-hanging chandeliers, and potted green plants hanging form the ceilings. The manicured outdoor area is reminiscent of a European garden, complete with landscaped lawns, shrubs, ornaments and garden furniture. It’s a serene place to relax with a tasty beverage from the onsite café.
From MAVEN MESH, it takes about ten minutes to walk to the Lat Phrao monorail station and MRT (subway) station. You’ll find plenty of places to shop, eat and relax near this transport interchange. You can reach the famous Chatuchak Market and Park in just a few minutes using the MRT.
A day pass at MAVEN MESH costs THB 290. You can also get five day passes to use within a month for THB 900 or daily access for THB 2,900 a month.
Located opposite the National Stadium BTS station just a stone’s throw from Bangkok’s central Siam neighbourhood is Lub d Bangkok Siam, one of Bangkok’s best hostels for young professionals with a coworking space that’s open 24 hours to visitors, including day pass holders.
Inside this colourful venue, you’ll find seating options ranging from lounge sofas to dining tables and desks. Adorning the warm, multi-coloured walls are framed works of art, posters, calendars and gadgets such as flatscreen TVs. You can soak up the cityscape of Bangkok from the balconies. Downstairs, there’s a cosy bar and café area with indoor and outdoor seating.
When you want to explore the nearby area, you can peruse premier shopping destinations including the Siam Paragon, Siam Square One and MBK Center. Tourist attractions in the area include Madame Tussauds, the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre and the Jim Thompson House Museum.
You can get a day pass at Lub d Bangkok Siam for THB 150. For even better value prices, opt for the weekly pass at THB 750 or the monthly pass at THB 3,900.
Situated in the upscale neighbourhood of Ekkamai, mashmellow boasts a minimalist décor with industrial touches that give it a homely and productive atmosphere. Flexible memberships priced from THB 1,690–50,000 make this coworking space an excellent choice for both short and long-term visitors. You can pay as little as THB 200 for five hours of access if you’re in Bangkok for a quick layover.
Inside, you’ll see a cool colour palette of light blues and off-whites matched with polished concrete floors. Decorative touches such as dark panelled windows and low-hanging lights add to the place’s rugged appearance. The views of Bangkok’s surrounding high-rise condos and office buildings are epic.
Equipped to help you maximise productivity, mashmellow is home to facilities that include modern meetings rooms, breakout areas, a communal dining area on each of the coworking space’s two floors, and sleeping pods in a quiet corner for short naps. To give your eyes a real treat and a break from your screen, head up to the rooftop for panoramic views of Bangkok.
On the doorstep of mashmellow, you’ll find popular bars including Thay Ekkamai and DUSK TILL DAWN BAR & SOCIAL CLUB. You can also walk to delicious restaurants like Izakaya diner Shakariki 432, Korean BBQ outlet Haru Ekkamai, and Here Hai Restaurant, a top-rated seafood diner.
If you just need a place to work for the day, you can pay THB 200 for five hours of access or THB 320 for a day pass – both options include water, snacks, tea and coffee. Daily access for a week costs THB 1,690. You can also pay THB 2,800 for ten days of access to use within a month or THB 5,400 for 15 days to use within two months.
The sleek and industrial Spaces Summer Hill is one of the best places to work in the Lower Sukhumvit area, situated right next to the Phra Khanong BTS station. While this Spaces doesn’t currently offer day passes, you can get a membership for as little as THB 2,050 per month, and meeting rooms are available to rent by the hour.
This wide-open space features a warm and industrial-inspired colour palette of grey hues with bursts of colour in the form of orange shelf covers and chairs. Windows that stretch from the tall ceiling to table height offer views of Sukhumvit Road and the BTS skytrain. And when you’re not hard at work, you can mingle with fellow remote workers in the café area.
Spaces occupies the upper floor of the Summer Hill complex, where you’ll find convenience stores, second-hand shops, street food, a gym, and much more. The nearby W District is a large outdoor venue and meetup point that’s home to a diverse array of food and drink options. The trendy neighbourhood of Ekkamai is less than a kilometre – or one BTS station – away.
A monthly membership at Spaces will cost you just THB 2,050 for five days of access, 3,290 for ten days and 5,190 for unlimited access. Please note that those coworking memberships grant access during business hours. You can get 24-hour access to a personalised desk for just THB 7,450, and private offices start from THB 7,790.
Spaces is a 24-hour coworking space in Bangkok’s Chatuchak district, which is most famous for hosting Thailand’s largest weekend market. Sleek inside and out, Spaces’ modernist exterior is covered in dark cladding, while the interior boasts touches like vertical plank ceilings that match wood-panelled walls, desks and beams plus a bright colour palette that promotes comfort and productivity.
As well as being surrounded by shops, local and international restaurants, and street food vendors, Spaces is just 850 metres from Chatuchak Park, home to sprawling greenspaces and attractions like the Children’s Discovery Museum and the Bangkok Butterfly Garden and Insectarium. Right next to Chatuchak Park are the Mo Chit BTS station, Phahon Yothin MRT station and Ha Yaek Lat Phrao Station.
While Spaces operates on a membership basis, you can get five days of access per month for just THB 2,050. You can also get ten days of access for THB 3,290 and unlimited access for THB 5,190.
Situated on the 29th and 30th floors of the recently opened, glass-encased Park Silom skyscraper complex, The Great Room offers sprawling cityscape views over Bangkok’s bustling Silom district. While its memberships that start at THB 8,000 per month aren’t the cheapest in the city, The Great Room offers day passes for as little as THB 950.
Inside, The Great Room takes on a vintage upscale office appearance, with a combination of warm and neutral colours plus decorative touches like sections of dark, wood-panelled walls and retro-style, dark green lounge sofas. Floor-to-ceiling windows encircle the entire floor, flooding the space in natural light while providing an excellent view of the surrounding skyscrapers and landmarks.
As The Great Room has direct connections to the MRT and BTS via sky walkways, it’s easy to reach from anywhere in the city. And when you need a break, you’ll have plenty of things to do right on your doorstep – Silom is bursting with shops, restaurants, nightlife, and attractions such as the nearby Lumphini Park.
In addition to day passes priced at THB 950 and hot desk memberships at THB 8,000 per month, The Great Room Silom Park offers private offices from THB 33,000 per month. You can also get virtual office plans that include one-hour per day of club lounge access and a registered business address for THB 4,000 per month.
The Park East is a lofty, bright and sleek coworking space in the Udom Suk area of Lower Sukhumvit that charges a daily rate of just THB 170. Also ideal for long-term digital nomads are virtual office plans starting from THB 1,500 per month.
Situated inside two traditional townhouses transformed into one, open-plan space, The Park East features a striking minimalist décor of white walls and quality hardwood floors, all bathed in natural light pouring in through windows that cover the building’s front.
Downstairs, ergonomic chairs surround shared desks on one side of the room, while a cosy lounge area complete with sofas and bean bags occupies the other. The upper floors as well as the mezzanine that overlooks the main atrium features break rooms with communal kitchens and games consoles, plus private offices and meeting rooms with ample space for up to 12 guests.
For some off-screen time, you can explore the food stalls and shops at the nearby One Udomsuk shopping mall. The Udom Suk BTS station is just 450 metres from The Park East on foot, allowing you to reach tourism hubs like Asok in around 15 minutes.
In addition to the coworking day rate of THB 170, The Park East offers budget-friendly virtual office plans; THB 1,500 without VAT registration, and THB 3,500 with VAT registration. Both virtual office plans include four days of access to the coworking space per month.
Situated just a few minutes from Bangkok’s Victory Monument, home to historical buildings, shops, restaurants and markets, cocon coworking space Bangkok is a minimalist coworking space inside The Seasons Mall, with rates starting at just THB 180 per day.
While cocon’s colour palette is mostly taken up by whites and off-whites, you’ll see bursts of colour in the form of walls and chairs in various hues of blue. You’ll also notice lots of natural, light wooden floors and wood-clad walls, plus decorative touches such as potted flowers and geometric ceiling features.
If you want to discover Bangkok’s bustling urban vibe on your breaks, you might want to walk to the nearby Victory Monument. The Saxophone Pub & Restaurant is one of the city’s best-known live music venues and opens at 6 pm, perfect for a few after-work drinks. If you’d rather stick to the air-conditioned indoors, you can explore the shops and eateries located inside The Seasons Mall.
On top of access during business hours, a day pass at THB 180 also comes with perks such as free coffee and unlimited access to areas such as the Stool Bar, Cocoon Pods and Private Seating. Memberships are also available that give you up to 30% off day pass prices. You can get a private office for as little as THB 21,000 per month.
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