The Queen Sirikit National Convention Center (QSNCC) is slated to reopen in September 2022 after a major revamp, sporting a space that is five times larger than when it closed in 2019.
QSNCC now sports a space that is five times larger than when it closed in 2019, and its daily capacity has been increased to over 100,000 visitors.
There will be a total event space of 78,500m2, comprising two main exhibition halls with over 45,000m2, two large conference halls with nearly 10,000m2, 50 flexible meeting rooms, and an additional retail zone. All function spaces will be fully-equipped with the latest technology.
QSNCC is also accessible via the Metropolitan Rapid Transit (MRT) and will have 2,700 indoor parking spaces.
Panote Sirivadhanabhakdi, Director of TCC Assets (Thailand), said in a statement: “We believe that Thailandâ€™s strategic location will benefit our stakeholders â€“ organisers, exhibitors, customers, visitors, etc. â€“ with a highly competitive ecosystem of the supply chain for endless business opportunities, great accessibilities, a good variety of destinations and hospitality services.
“We are confident that these strengths will enable the QSNCC to capture the interests of leading international MICE and event businesses, promoters as well as operators, and to be known as Thailandâ€™s ultimate inspiring world-class event platform for all.â€ť