Working from home sounds like a dream, doesn’t it?
For the most part, setting your own work schedule and having the freedom to work from any location you’d prefer does sound like the ultimate scenario. However, working at home can also be isolating, downright distracting and unproductive.
There’s nothing like a well stocked fridge, Netflix, and the coziness of your bed to take your mind off impending tasks.
It can also get a little lonely too.
In a city like Bangkok, the last place you want to be is holed up in your room. You want to be meeting like-minded people, making friends, opening new doors of opportunity and out amongst the vibe.
Luckily, Bangkok is a global leader in cool co-working spaces.
Whether you want a place to focus on developing an online business, a calm, productive vibe to write your novel, or simply a place to chill and answer emails, Bangkok has a list of spaces as long as your arm to choose from.
So get out of your apartment and head to a co-working space in Bangkok, where you can work productively in the company of other entrepreneurs, ingenues and generally cool people.
Don't know of a co-working space near you? No worries. As usual, I've done the heavy lifting and compiled the 35 best co-working spaces in Thailand’s bustling capital.
1. Hubba – Multiple Locations
Hubba was one of, if not the, first official coworking space in Bangkok, and has since expanded to three branches:
– The original Hubba is located at 19 Soi Ekkamai 4 and is a brief 10 minute stroll from the Ekkamai station. The space features a lounge area, standing desks, beanbag chairs, meeting rooms, an outdoor terrace and trampoline.
Hubba is open Mon-Sun 9 am-10 pm. The daily rate is 299 Baht, or 2,990 Baht a month, and credit cards are accepted.
– Hubba – To is located on the 3rd floor of the Habito Mall Phra Khanong Nuea. Geared toward creatives, Hubba – To offers a variety of workshop spaces and boasts a variety of equipment and handicraft tools. The space also features a kitchen.
It opens 24 hours a day, seven days a week and costs 299 Baht per day or 2,990 Baht per month. Hubba – To does not accept credit cards.
– Discovery Hubba is located on the 4th floor of Siam Discovery, near the National Stadium BTS stop. Located in a sleek and modern space, Discovery Hubba boasts high speed wifi, free beverages (coffee/tea) and air conditioning.
This location is open 24 hours, Monday through Friday, but is closed on the weekends. Discovery Hubba costs 299 Baht a week and 2,990 Baht a month- credit cards are not accepted here.
2. The Hive – Thonglor
Located in the heart of Thonglor, The Hive at Piman 49 is a 5-minute drive from Thonglor BTS station.
The space has 5 floors and includes a rooftop cafe and lounge area with a terrace.
A daily pass to The Hive is 350 Baht, or 3,000 Baht per month, with special rates for startups, entrepreneurs and charities. The Hive is open Monday to Friday from 8am – 8pm, and on Saturday from 10am 6pm.
There's also another branch in Bangkok at the Chavanich Building, Sukhumvit Soi 69, Prakanong. Additionally, Hive members can access all of their 22 locations across Asia.
3. Kliquedesk – Nana
Located on the 2nd floor of the T. Shinawatra Thai Silk Building, Kliquedesk coworking space is relatively close to the Nana BTS station. It is also decorated in sunny yellow to reflect the optimism and creativity of the people who work there.
Kliquedesk boasts high speed wifi, free parking and ergonomic chairs. The space is open from Monday to Saturday, 9 am-7 pm. Rates are 300 Baht per day or 3,600 Baht per month and Kliquedesk does not accept credit cards.
4. E88 – Phrakanong
Aptly named for its host building, E88 coworking space lies inside the E88 Building on the first floor- a 5 minute walk from the Phrakanong BTS station. This quirky, fun space is decorated with art, cool furniture and plenty of space.
There are plenty of cafes and restaurants in the vicinity and E88 also has a lounge and hosts plenty of events and workshops. The space is open from Monday to Sunday, 9 am-10 pm. It costs 300 Baht a day or 5,900 Baht per month- credit cards are accepted.
5. Glowfish – Asoke
Want to be in the heart of Bangkok’s business district? Look no further than Glowfish, located in the Asoke Towers less than 10 minutes from the Asoke BTS station or the Petchanburi MRT station. This sleek coworking space allows access to over 36 different rooms that are multifunctional.
Glowfish provides a lounge, a host of events, free coffee and tea and high speed wifi. Glowfish is open Monday through Friday from 8 am- 5 pm. Rates for daily use start at 200 Baht and monthly starts at 5,500 Baht. Credit cards are not accepted.
6. Launchpad – Silom
For those interested in working in a bustling location, Launchpad is located on 139 Pan Road in the heart of Silom. It is a convenient 5 minute stroll from the Surasak station BTS.
Launchpad is a place for work and fun as they offer a coworking spaces, private offices and a recreation area. They also offer free parking, ergonomic chairs, beanbags and have a cafe right outside the building.
Launchpad is open Monday through Friday 9 am-8pm and on Saturday from 9 am-6:30 pm. Launchpad costs 260 Baht per day and 5,400 Baht per month, but credit cards are not accepted.
7. The Forklift – Sala Daeng
The Forklift is located on Bunsiri Road, in Pranakorn, not far from the Sala Daeng BTS stop and is a great place to grab a bite and get some work done.
It is part of The Warehouse- a fantastic and versatile hotel for those who want to work on the go. The Forklift has an airy cafe set up with a menu that can’t be beat!
8. Muchroom – Saphan Khwai
For a coworking space that looks like your home away from home, consider Muchroom- located on Soi Pradiphat 23, close to the Saphan Khawi BTS station. The space is located in a renovated residence and is warm and welcoming.
In addition to offering a lounge and kitchen area, Muchroom also provides Tuesday tea tastings and yoga on Wednesdays. There is an outdoor garden on site making Muchroom the perfect place for a relaxing day of work- yes, it does exist.
The property is open Monday-Sunday from 9 am-8 pm. It costs 240 Baht per day, 1,085 Baht per week and 3,900 Baht per month. No credit cards are accepted.
9. S64 – Silom
Wide open and airy, S64 is located in the Silom 64 building on the 5th floor. It is also quite close to the Sala Daeng BTS and the Silom Subway MRT station.
The space is designed without constriction and is both modern and streamlined. In addition to high speed wifi, S64 also provides a lounge area, scanner and photocopier for patrons.
It is open from Monday to Friday, 10 am- 11 pm. It costs 489 Baht per month and does not accept credit cards.
10. Phynn – Ramkhamhaeng
This attractive, airy and blue toned workspace is located at Soi Thep Lila. Designed primarily with media entrepreneurs from the surrounding Ramkhamhaeng area in mind, Phynn boasts a comfortable, but elegant workspace that includes high speed wifi, copying, scanning, lockers, free snacks and beverages.
The space costs 250 Baht per day and 4,950 Baht per year. It is open Monday through Sunday, 11 am to 10 pm.
Have You Got Digital Nomad Insurance?
Let me just jump in here for a second and emphasize the importance of health insurance when considering a digital nomad lifestyle.
It's crucial to have insurance that covers various aspects such as illness, hospitalization, medical emergencies, flight delays, personal liability, theft, and loss of belongings. These are the things we'd rather not think about but need to address.
Being covered in the event of an accident is of utmost importance. Hospital fees can accumulate into a significant bill, and you may not be allowed to leave if you can't pay. Insurance offers peace of mind and financial protection throughout your stay in Thailand.
However, it's important to note that typical travel insurance may not be suitable in this case. Since you'll be staying long-term without a fixed return flight date (which is usually required by most policies), you'll need a different solution.
I personally recommend the SafetyWing Nomad Insurance plan, which even allows coverage for my children. It offers travel and medical coverage across multiple countries, including visits back home for up to 30 days.
The best part is that you can obtain coverage at any point during your trip and end your policy whenever you choose. It's highly flexible and specifically designed for individuals like you and me.
11. Space @ Siam
Geared towards young-culture startups and students, Space@Siam is located in Bangkok’s main shopping district at Soi Siam Square 2 in between the SIam and National Stadium BTS stations.
A bustling space, filled with creativity, Space@Siam also offers an on-site cafe for hungry workers, in addition to a scanner, photocopier, lounge and lockers.
The space is open from Monday to Sunday, 8 am-10 pm. It costs 300 Baht per day or 5,000 Baht per month and credit cards are accepted!
12. INN Office – Saphan Khwai
Located on Phahonyothin Road, a short way from the Saphan Khwai BTS station, INN-office is spread out over three floors that offer a variety of working spaces.
Patrons can make use of the high speed wifi, secure locker, numerous events, art space, post office and free water, coffee and tea. INN-Office is open Monday to Sunday from 9 am-8 pm. It costs 280 Baht per day or 1,300 Baht per month.
13. Draft Board – Chidlom
Located on the 12th floor of the Orakarn Building, Draft Board offers great views, natural light and funky modern design within 5 minutes of the Chidlom BTS station.
Draft Board offers a safe and friendly environment complete with a lounge, on site cafe, host of events, scanner and the option to work 24/7, though the space is open to most patrons Monday through Sunday, 9 am-9 pm. It costs 300 Baht a day and 5,900 Baht per month, but Draft Board does not accept credit cards.
14. The Work Loft – Silom
Located in the epicenter of Bangkok’s business district, The Work Loft is situated on the 5th floor of 281/19-23 on Silom Soi 1, right near the Silom subway station, and is open 24/7.
Work Loft offers a lounge, outdoor terrace, on site cafe, alcohol for purchase, events, scanners, photocopiers and lockers.
For members, the space is open 24/7, otherwise it operates Monday through Friday, 8 am to 8 pm. It is 300 baht per day and 3000 baht per month. The space accepts credit cards.
15. Joint Cafe & Workspace – Phayathai Road
For those looking for a clean slate, look no further than Joint Cafe & Workspace, located on Phayathai Road in the Asia Hotel Car Park Building (BTS Rajdhevi Exit 3). The space is filled with natural light and is totally whitewashed. The location boasts a lounge, on site cafe and scanner and photocopier.
It is open Monday to Sunday from 9 am to 10 pm and costs 300 Baht per day or 6,300 Baht per month- credit cards are not accepted.
16. Growth Cafe – Siam
Centrally located in Siam square (a short walk from either the Siam or National Stadium BTS stations), Growth Cafe & Co hosts everyone from digital nomads to entrepreneurs to university students.
Growth Cafe & Co offers an on site cafe, a lounge, a library and a multitude of events. The space is open Monday through Friday and on Sunday from 7 am to 1 am, and is open for 24 hours on Saturday. It costs 290 Baht per day and credit cards are not accepted.
17. ONEDAY | Forward – Phrom Phong
Located in Sukhumvit (51 Soi Sukhumvit 26), ONEDAY | Forward is part utilitarian workspace and feels part enchanted treehouse. It is easily accessed by the Phrom Phong BTS station and is a cozy, functional space for creatives.
The location offers a lounge, free coffee and tea, a kitchen, co-living accommodation, an onsite cafe, ping pong table and a library. The space is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and costs 350 Baht a day- credit cards are not accepted.
18. Cluster – Ekkamai
A cousin of Bangkok born coworking space, Hubba, Cluster is located in the SSP Tower in Ekkamai. There are 13 coworking rooms and Cluster also offers high speed wifi, a lounge, free coffee and tea, a library, a scanner and a photocopier as well as a kitchen. There is also 24 hour security.
Cluster is open on Monday through Sunday, from 9 am-6 pm. Cluster does not accept credit cards and membership is 2,500 Baht per month.
19. Ma:D – Ekkamai
Located on Soi Ekkamai, a bit of a walk from the Thong Lo BTS station, Ma:D is a place for well intentioned social entrepreneurs. Heavily populated by social enterprise startups, Ma:D also offers social entrepreneurs a 20% discount on membership fees.
Ma:D offers a lounge and beanbags for comfort. It is open Monday through Sunday from 9 am to 7 pm. Access costs 265 Baht per day or 4,650 Baht per month, and credit cards are not accepted.
20. Ease Cafe & Coworking Space – Ari
Located on Soi Ari Paholyothin, only 5 minutes from the Ari BTS station, Ease Cafe & Coworking space is cozy, familiar and will keep you well fed.
The location boasts a fantastic on site cafe, kitchen, high speed wifi, lounge, printer/scanner/photocopier. It is open Monday to Sunday, 10 am to 10 pm and costs 200 Baht per day or 4,200 Baht per month. It does not accept credit cards.
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21. 522 Coworking
Located on Pradit Manutham Road in Klongchan, Bangkok’s 522 Coworking attracts digital nomads and also those in the television production business, bringing creative minds together. Located inside a renovated house, this well designed workspace also offers a lounge, on site cafe and printer/scanner.
The location is open on Monday through Sunday from 8:30 am to 9 pm and pricing is available on request.
22. ThirdPlace CLUB (Thonglor)
Located in North-Klongton on Sukhumvit 63, the ThirdPlace CLUB is certainly a cool club. Toeing the line between informal and productive, ThirdPlace CLUB also offers a vibrant social scene for young professionals.
The area is home to a lounge, kitchen, numerous events and also offers standing desks. The space is open on Monday through Sunday from 9 am to 10 pm. ThirdPlace CLUB costs 300 Baht per day, 4,500 Baht per month and the space does not accept credit cards.
23. Kloud – Ratchada
Located in the Flourish Building on Soi Ratchada, Kloud stresses their motto, creativity, flexibility and freedom. Equipped with a great view, Kloud offers high speed wifi, ergonomic chairs and a lounge area for relaxation.
The space is open on Monday through Friday from 9 am to 5 pm. Membership costs 280 Baht per day or 5,500 Baht per month. Credit cards are not accepted.
24. The Rabbit Hub – Phaya Thai
Just minutes walk from the Phaya Thai BTS station, The Rabbit Hub (located at 69 Phayatai Rd) is a funky, yet academic atmosphere for a variety of remote workers including entrepreneurs, digital nomads, students, groups and seminars.
The area offers a lounge, on site cafe, events, scanner/photocopier and high speed wifi. The Rabbit Hub is open Monday through Sunday from 7 am to 10 pm. It costs 150 Baht a day and credit cards are not accepted.
25. Mint WorkLounge – Soi Thonglor
Located in the heart of North Klongtan on Soi Thonglor, Mint WorkLounge offers a workspace for professionals within walking distance from all that Thonglor has to offer. The space also boasts a lounge, free coffee/tea, kitchen, free parking, free beer, on site cafe, ergonomic chairs, hard alcohol for purchase, events, 24 hour member access, pet friendly space, PC computers and lockers.
For non members, the space is open Monday to Friday, 9 am to 6 pm and on Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm. It costs 399 baht per day or 6,900 Baht per month- no credit cards accepted!
26. Pencave – Phra Khanong
Located a short stroll from the Phra Khanong BTS station, Pencave is located in the Naiipa Art Complex, making it a perfect place for creatives. A sleek, minimal space, Pencave boasts high speed wifi, a lounge, a printer/scanner/photocopier and an outdoor garden terrace.
The space is open Monday through Sunday from 9 am to 10 pm. Pencave is 320 Baht per day or 6,000 Baht per month- credit cards are not accepted.
27. BIGWork – Sathorn
Conveniently located at the Sathorn Nakorn Tower, moments from the Chongnon-Si BTS station, BIGWork offers quiet space for productivity in a bustling part of Bangkok. The space offers high speed wifi, great workshops, lockers and a printer/scanner/photocopier.
The space is open Monday through Friday, from 8:30 am to 7 pm. It costs 280 Baht a day, 1,350 Baht a week and 5,700 Baht per month- credit cards are welcome!
28. Entrepreneurs House – Thong Lor
Located on Soi Thong Lor 13 in Sukhumvit, Entrepreneurs House is a short walk away from the Thong Lor BTS, as well as the amenities that the rest of the city has to offer.
The location is furnished beautifully with tons of natural light and offers free parking. The space also has high speed wifi, free coffee and tea, a kitchen, an outdoor terrace and 24 hour member access.
Entrepreneurs House is open 24 hours Monday through Friday, but closed on the weekend. Pricing is available on request.
29. Paperwork – Sathorn
This ultrahip new coworking space is located on Soi Sathon 9, quite close to the Chong Nonsi BTS station. The space features gorgeous, open-space work sites and plenty of natural light that encourages creativity.
Paperwork also offers a lounge, free coffee and tea, a kitchen, standing desks, a library, ergonomic chairs, a printer/scanner/photocopier and lockers.
The space is open on Monday to Friday, 9 am to 6 pm and is available from 450 Baht per day to 4,900 Baht per month (no credit cards accepted).
30. Maven Mesh – Ladprao
Though it’s located in a renovated house on Ladprao 23, Maven Mesh gives off industrial loft vibes that will surely appeal to its base of creatives.
It is easily accessible by the Ladprao MRT station and located in a cozy neighborhood. The space offers a kitchen, on site cafe, free coffee and tea, high speed wifi and a printer/scanner/photocopier.
Maven Mesh is open from 9 am to 8 pm, Monday through Sunday. It costs 300 Baht per day or 2,900 Baht per month.
Credit cards are accepted, as is bank transfer and QR code payment.
31. WOLF – Silom
A quick walk from Surasak BTS, located on Silom Road, is a bright, well designed workspace that offers a variety of amenities.
WOLF offers high speed wifi, a lounge, kitchen, beanbags for chilling/working, a library and both PC and Mac computers. Oh, and they serve gourmet coffee.
WOLF is open on Monday to Saturday, from 9 am to 8 pm and costs 290 Baht per day, 1,300 Baht per week or 3,500 Baht per month. Cash and credit cards are accepted.
32. Poolsub Space – Khlong Ton Sai
Stroll along the Chao Phraya River after alighting from the Krung Thon Buri BTS station, and you’ll quickly happen upon Poolsub Space, a cheerful, green coworking space. Amenities include a lounge, free coffee and tea, beanbags, outdoor terrace, free parking, events, and a pet friendly environment.
Poolsub Space is open Monday through Saturday, 9 am – 8 pm and on Sunday from 11:30 am to 8 pm. It costs 350 Baht per day, 1,000 Baht per week or 3,500 Baht per month- no credit cards please!
33. THINK SOciety – Udom Suk
Conveniently located on Sukhumvit 101/2 Alley, minutes from the Udom Suk BTS station, THINK SOciety is populated by freelancers, entrepreneurs and students.
There are plenty of amenities like a lounge, free coffee and tea, beanbags, outdoor terrace, free parking, on site cafe, events, monitors, library and personal lockers.
THINK SOciety is open Monday to Friday, from 9 am to 8 pm and also on Saturday and Sunday from 9 am to 9:30 pm. Costs are 220 Baht per day and 3400 Baht per month. Credit cards are welcomed.
34. Storyline – Phrom Phong
Located on Soi Promsri in Phrom Phong, Storyline is an up and coming hotspot for both good food, great atmosphere and a productive workspace.
The location offers an onsite cafe with plenty of options, an outdoor terrace and happy hour. Storyline is open Monday through Sunday from 8:30 am to 9:30 pm.
More of a corporate vibe, with offices for rent too, Regus has a number of different locations:
- The Silom Complex on Silom Road (M-F 8:30 am-6 pm, 1990 baht/mo, accepts CC)
- The Exchange Tower on Sukhumvit Road (M-F 8:30 am-6 pm, 1990 baht/mo, accepts CC)
- The Bhiraj Tower on Sukhumvit Road (M-F 8:30 am-6pm, 1990 baht/month accepts CC)
- The Siam Tower on Rama I Road (M-F 8:30-6pm, 1990 baht/month, no credit cards)
All these locations offer high speed wifi, free coffee/tea, standing desks, events, personal lockers, photocopier/printer/scanner and an onsite cafe.
What's your favourite coworking space in Bangkok? Leave your experiences in the comments section below.
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