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If you’re staying in the business and entertainment hub of Silom during your stay in Bangkok, you’ll be glad to know this bustling district is home to numerous coworking spaces catering to both short-term visitors and residents.
Despite being one of the Thai Capital’s busiest CBDs and tourist centres, Silom has coworking spaces with day passes available for as little as THB 300. And places like Launchpad and The Work Loft offer day passes in bundles that can result in discounts of up to 50%.
In this guide, we shed light on some of the best coworking spaces in Silom for digital nomads. All the workspaces in this article boast affordable day passes, distinctive styles, modern amenities, and a prime location in Silom on the doorstep of the MRT and BTS stations.
Located on Pan Road not far from North Sathorn Road, Launchpad boasts strikingly minimalist and sleek looks with plenty of green-inspired decorative touches. Expect the use of white and neutral colours, grey-hued wooden and polished concrete flooring, and features such as miniature vertical gardens.
For some off-screen time and networking, there are large breakout areas with artificial lawns and bold orange seating, plus a delicious onsite café. Within walking distance of Launchpad are restaurants like the Blue Elephant Cooking School. You’ll also be on the doorstep of BTS stations Saint Louis and Surasak.
Ideal for short-term and infrequent visitors, Launchpad offers day passes for THB 350 and bundles of seven for THB 1,680, 15 for THB 3,300, and 30 for THB 5,400. You can also get a membership with a dedicated desk for as little as THB 4,500 per month.
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The Work Loft is an industrial-chic coworking space with a warm colour palette, dark-hued wooden floors and standout touches that include contemporary works of art and sections of exposed brick walls, plus floor-to-ceiling panelled windows that drench the place in natural light.
Besides workspaces that promote productivity and concentration, The Work Loft has a range of spaces for networking, brainstorming and mingling with fellow remote workers. On the 6th floor, you can take in cityscape views from the trendy and discreet I FOUND YOU CAFÉ.
Catering to those who need maximum flexibility, The Work Loft offers day passes for THB 400 and bundles of seven for THB 2,000. You can also pay THB 4,000 for unlimited access for a month, THB 10,000 for three months, THB 18,000 for six months, or THB 30,000 for a year.
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Located on the 5th floor of the Silom 64 Building just a stone’s throw from the famous Patpong Night Market, S64 Co Working Space features a sleek and industrial-inspired interior with grey-hued wooden floors, brick walls and exposed ceiling pipes. Some desks are pressed right against the window, offering views of the BTS above Silom Road.
S64 Co Working Space is open from 9 am to 8 pm. In addition to boasting a sophisticated style and a prime location near the BTS and MRT, S64 is one of Silom’s best-value coworking spaces, costing just 100 THB for three hours of access.
The Great Room is an upscale coworking space with a vintage office style on the 29th and 30th floors of the glass-encased Park Silom modern high-rise. Expect luxurious decorative touches such as dark-hued wood panelling and floor-to-ceiling windows that drench the neutral and warm-coloured space in natural light.
Day passes at The Great Room cost THB 950, and memberships start from THB 8,000 per month. THB 4,000 per month gets you a virtual office with a registered business address and one hour of lounge access per day.
At Cospaceworld, our mission is to make it easy for you to discover the best coworking spaces in the world’s most exciting destinations. We’ll keep our eyes peeled for new coworking spaces in Silom that offer day passes and facilities for digital nomads, but we’d love your help in keeping this guide up to date.
Do you know of any coworking spaces that deserve a mention on our list? Are there any shared workspaces within walking distance of the BTS that we haven’t discussed? Do you think there are better places to work in Bangkok than Silom? Let us know in the comments – you’ll be greatly appreciated!