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5 co-working spaces in Bangkok to boost your productivity

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If you’re a digital nomad searching for the ultimate co-working space in Bangkok, we’ve got you covered! We’ve scoured the city to bring you the top 5 co-working spaces that are perfect for efficiency, networking, and getting the job done. From affordable options to high-end amenities, each of these spaces has something unique to offer.


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Address: Two locations in the city

Asoke: 219/59 Asoke Towers, 2nd Floor, Soi Sukhumvit 21, Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand

Sathorn: 92/4, Floor 2, Sathorn Thani 2 Building, North Sathorn Road, Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand

Best Features: So much natural light flooding into the offices all day with nice little breakout areas throughout. There’s a designated dining space as well.

With their two locations in Asoke and Sathorn, Glowfish are taking office chic to the next level with some of the best interior décor we’ve seen in any office. Conveniently located in the center of town, both are within a stone’s throw from their nearest MRT/BTS stations. Facilities include everything from free tea and coffee, high-speed internet, printing/scanning, and events hosting. Opening hours are between 8 am and 5 pm.

The Hive Thonglor

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PHOTO: The Hive Thonglor

Address: Piman 49, 46/9 Sukhum Vit 49, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand

Best Features: A wide range of spaces for any kinds of business or job. Plus, the rooftop café lounge and terrace is beautiful and serves up delicious dishes.

Nestled just off Sukhumvit Road, this coworking space is a true gem that offers all the amenities you could ever want or need. With seven floors of fantastic hot desking options, dedicated desks, conference rooms, and meeting rooms, you’ll have everything you need to get your work done in a comfortable and inviting environment. And when you need a break, head up to the beautiful rooftop café lounge and terrace to take in the stunning city views and recharge your batteries.

The Work Loft

Workloft Hot Desking Area
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Address: 19 Silom 1 Alley, Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand

Best Features: They have enterprise-class network with redundant gigabit fiber-optic connections, so you can be sure to have fast and reliable internet. We also love the natural light in this place and how it makes an office place so much more pleasant.

Open seven days per week, The Work Loft is just a short walk from the Silom MRT station, so everything you could ever need is within a short walking distance. But in-house, they have it all anyway, with meeting rooms, private offices, the café and a great terrace just to chill on when you want to get away from the computer. Did I mention free snacks and refreshments? Because they have it all here! Standard office hours are 8am to 8pm but access is granted 24/7.


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Address: 139 Pan Road, Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Thailand

Best Features: They have the comfiest chairs and efficient desk size to boost your productivity – no more back pain here! They also have an al-inclusive pricing, offering an amazing value.

Right in the middle of the CBD, this 2,000 square meter co-working office space houses more than 100 desks, each one custom-fitted to maximize comfort. Launchpad models its office space on those found in Silicon Valley. With 5 meeting rooms, you can get down to the serious stuff and then take a moment to relax in one of the breakout zones where the comfy sofas and beanbags can be found. Dedicated offices can cater for up to 16 people, making it ideal for those startups with a significant workforce already.

True Digital Park (TDPK)

5 co-working spaces in Bangkok to boost your productivity | News by Thaiger

Address: True Digital Park Co., Ltd.: 101 Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok 10260.

Best Features: Plenty of natural light floods through its large, floor-to-ceiling windows. In addition, the interior of the workspace is unique, featuring colourful paintings and art.

Located in the heart of Bangkok, TDPK offers a comfortable co-working space with many benefits. These include ultra-high-speed connectivity, free 3-hour parking, professional printing service and complimentary refreshments.

Their digital workspace has a modern layout with over 250 workstations. Moreover, desks are large and well-spaced out and thus can accommodate groups of all sizes. They even have 36 meeting rooms on the 6th and 7th floors of their Pegasus building. These can be hired in 3 sizes (small, medium, large) and come fully equipped with LCD screens or projectors and an HDMI connection. Overall, they provide a well-rounded work environment perfect for all digital nomads.

Whether you’re a freelancer, startup founder, or remote worker, these co-working spaces offer the perfect environment to get work done and connect with a community of like-minded individuals. So why wait? Check out these top co-working spaces in Bangkok and take your productivity to the next level!

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  1. Why would “putting 7000 people into an office building” be a thing of the past?? Covidiot nonsense! A lot of buildings fits much more than that – with our without covid-paranoia.

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Cita Catellya

Cita Catellya is a journalist and content writer who covers a range of topics from medical and property to leisure and tourism. Her career began as a copywriter, where she worked with several brands in Indonesia to help them increase their online presence.


  1. Why would “putting 7000 people into an office building” be a thing of the past?? Covidiot nonsense! A lot of buildings fits much more than that – with our without covid-paranoia.

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