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A major hub of tourism, shopping, dining and entertainment, the Sukhumvit area is home to one of the highest concentrations of coworking spaces in Bangkok. And with day passes available for as little as THB 170 and monthly memberships starting from THB 3,000, Sukhumvit’s coworking spaces cater to locals, digital nomads, long-term visitors and expats.
Whether you’re looking for a quaint coworking space in a traditional townhouse or an upscale shared office overlooking the city from the top floors of a high rise, one of the best coworking spaces on Sukhumvit is bound to tick all your boxes. Keep reading for the lowdown on the area’s top venues with affordable and transparent rates, distinctive styles and incredible reviews.
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With its rugged, industrial-inspired interior of exposed brick walls, polished concrete and plenty of greenery hanging from the ceiling, UnionSPACE is a stylish coworking space that reflects the trendy vibe of the Ekkamai district.
Besides modern work facilities, UnionSPACE boasts outdoor breakout areas and an onsite bar and restaurant. If you need to give your eyes a rest, you can take a quick nap in one of the workspace’s co-living capsules.
Day passes at UnionSPACE cost THB 250 (it’s one of the best-value coworking day passes in Bangkok), and you can secure discounts worth up to 55% by purchasing day pass bundles (available in packs of ten to 100). A monthly membership with a dedicated desk starts from THB 4,500.
Being located in the vibrant Asok district puts the bright and contemporary Fabbit Global Gateway in the heart of one of Bangkok’s major entertainment hubs, right on the doorstep of shopping malls, restaurants, nightlife, and a transport interchange.
While sophisticated and minimalist, Fabbit Global Gateway features striking decorative touches such as exposed ceiling pipes and a mix of carpets and tiled flooring, all combining to create a cosy ambience that boosts concentration and creativity.
Day passes at Fabbit Global Gateway start at THB 350 while memberships cost as little as THB 3,000 per month. You can also get a fixed desk with perks that can include a company registration for THB 8,000 per month.
The Great Room operates some of the most exclusive coworking spaces in Bangkok, which includes its Phloen Chit branch that overlooks the city from the top floors of the Gaysorn Tower.
Expect high-end style touches such as marble-like floors and posh, wood-panelled walls. Seating options range from shared tables and lounge sofas to desks pressed against the windows.
A day pass at The Great Room Gaysorn Tower starts at THB 950, making it one of the pricier options for day passes in Bangkok, though it’s hard to put a premium on its style and sprawling cityscape views. Long-term visitors might be interested in dedicated desks starting from THB 8,000 per month.
One of Southeast Asia’s largest tech hubs, the futuristic True Digital Park is a landmark of Sukhumvit’s Punnawithi neighbourhood. In addition to dedicated coworking spaces, this mall-like complex boasts a plethora of international restaurants, a food hall serving cheap and local bites, outdoor greenspaces, and an elevated 540-metre running track.
Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the True Digital Park, and there’s a variety of indoor and outdoor seating options. Day passes at the dedicated coworking spaces usually start at THB 500, though you can currently get them on offer for THB 270. Memberships start from THB 7,500 per month, and you can currently get discounts of up to 55%.
While The Urban Office operates several branches in Bangkok, the greenspace-inspired venue near the Phrom Phong BTS station is one of the most popular.
Reflecting the aesthetic of an urban park, decorative touches at The Urban Office include wall-climbing plants, patches of green carpet, and wooden features stretching from the ceiling to the floors. For breaks, you can relax on orange lounge sofas leaning against expansive windows.
You can get a monthly membership at The Urban Office for as little as THB 2,200 per month, which grants five days’ access. You can get ten days for THB 3,800, 15 for THB 5,200, and unlimited access for THB 6,500.
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Situated in the Lower Sukhumvit neighbourhood of Udom Suk, the lofty and inviting THINK Society is a homely coworking space with shared workspaces and breakout areas overlooked by meeting rooms and private offices on the mezzanine. There’s also a decked outdoor seating area that’s ideal for some off-screen time.
Ideal for digital nomads and infrequent visitors, THINK Society offers a range of flexible payment options such as THB 60 per hour, THB 250 per day and THB 3,200 per month. You can also get six-month and one-year memberships that include a business address.
Located on the doorstep of the Phra Khanong BTS station, the industrial-inspired and sleek Spaces at Summer Hill features a warm interior of grey hues and decorative touches like orange chairs and shelf covers.
Within the Summer Hill retail outlet, you’ll find convenience stores, second-hand shops, a gym and several places to eat. Nearby, W District is a popular outdoor food and drink destination, and the trendy Ekkamai district is just under a kilometre away.
You can get five days of access per month at Spaces for THB 2,050. Ten days will cost you THB 3,290, while unlimited access memberships start from THB 5,190.
Housed inside a renovated, lofty and sleek townhouse in Udom Suk, The Park East boasts a stylish minimalist interior of hardwood floors and white walls drenched in natural light flooding in through expansive windows.
Downstairs, you’ll see a mix of workspaces with shared desks and cosy lounge areas with bean bags and sofas. Elsewhere in the building, there are break rooms with games consoles, communal kitchens, and a mezzanine overlooking the main hot desking area. You can also hire meeting rooms and private offices.
You can get a day pass at The Park East for just THB 170. THB 1,500 to 3,500 per month gets you a virtual office with perks that can include four day passes per month and VAT registration.
As Bangkok is one of the world’s most popular destinations with digital nomads, coworking spaces in the city come and go frequently. We’ll endeavour to keep this article as up to date as possible, but we could really use your help.
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