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This place is for several events. I will go for Travel fair and book fair. It is very convenient by MRT. There are a food court and a restaurant here. The food is so so. I don't like the low ceiling food court. It makes...More
First of its kind in Bangkok, and still used for various exhibitions throughout the year. Its commonly referred to as QSNCC, and was named after HRH the Queen of Thailand. Much larger facilities such as Banga and Muang Thong Thani both on the edges of...More
During my stay in Bangkok I was invited many times to play some lovely games of badminton at this huge beautiful place. Unfortunately since I get here in the evening only to play badminton I did not have the time and or inclination to explore...More
The Queen Sirikit National Convention Center is located in the city centre of Bangkok.
I went there for the Great India Education Fair. There were numerous representatives of International Schools and Universities all over the India.
In addition to organise events like this, there are...More
I am referring to the park next to the convention center. This is a great place to take a walk in the shade or go for an early morning or early evening run. There is a even a pretty decent and newly renovated half-pipe underneath...More
The Convention Center is near the MRT station. We went to the ComMart Fair at Queen Sirikit Center to buy a notebook. We bought a ASUS notebook at a good price. The center was nice and clean. The staff was friendly.
Attended the World Didac Asia, this is an amazing place to have large scale events, the staff if super friendly and very helpful, has many coffee shops to grab a bite or snack, and also a food court with many stalls. Overall great place
Obviously, I don't approve of their spelling of centre, but I'd say it's one of the better convention centres I've visited. Not the biggest, but it's convenienly located, has clean toilets and seems well-organised.
With a mix of shopping malls, hip bars and food stalls lining both sides of Thailand’s longest road, you’ll rarely encounter a dull moment along Sukhumvit. While the main road itself doesn't offer a lot in terms of entertainment, it's the adjoining 'sois' (alleys) where the magic happens. Popular spots are soi 11 for a lively night out, soi 4 for naughty nightlife and soi 21 for world-class shopping at Terminal 21. It's
hard to cover everything this area has to offer in on day, so be sure to take your time. Sukhumvit is heavily congested with traffic during day and night, so getting from A to B is most convenient using the BTS Skytrain right above it.