Debut of Bangkok’s new lifestyle destination

More than a convention centre, the newly-renovated Queen Sirikit National Convention Center has transformed into an inspiring lifestyle destination

Lokuttara (2022) dazzles as a lotus-flower-petals-like sculpture outside QSNCC
Lokuttara (2022) dazzles as a lotus-flower-petals-like sculpture outside QSNCC

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Bangkok’s world-class event platform reimagines itself beyond a convention venue into an exciting lifestyle destination for a new wave of visitors while respecting its legacy and heritage.

Bringing life into the state-of-the-art space, the newly-renovated Queen Sirikit National Convention Center (QSNCC) is a recreational hub, art gallery, culinary and shopping powerhouse, and convention centre all rolled into one.

Distinguished by its convenient location, exceptional facilities and compelling offerings, QSNCC presents a value proposition that caters to the active urban population, both organisers and visitors alike.

Refreshing retail concept for active lifestyles
Divided into various zones including food and beverage, event support and active lifestyle, QSNCC boasts an impressive retail segment with over 11,000m² devoted to a new mall “BALM” (Bangkok’s Active Lifestyle Mall).

Offering a variety of leading retail brands, restaurants and amenities, BALM attracts and serves health and fitness enthusiasts, urban workers, MRT commuters and families.

Eco-friendly visitors to QSNCC can opt for sustainable transportation options by utilising the connecting QSNCC MRT station and the bus station which is in close proximity.

QSNCC is the only convention centre located in the heart of Bangkok, with direct access to the MRT station.

With QSNCC adjacent to Benjakitti Park, exercise lovers can also work out outdoors in the new green lung of Bangkok.

Addressing their various lifestyle needs, visitors can shop, dine and exercise within one convenient meeting place.

Awe-inspiring architecture & artworks
An architectural marvel featuring a unique exterior comprising stunning architecture inhibiting both Thai and international elements, Thai cultural characteristics are also reflected and Thai public art and history are represented in the interior design and decor of QSNCC.

To top it all, the Bangkok landmark showcases an interesting mix of traditional Thai and contemporary artworks within its revamped premises too.

Visitors can admire compelling artworks such as Woven Symphony (2022), a colossal embroidered tapestry crafted with hill tribe cloths, silk threads, sequins, beads and traditional Thai costume ornaments; Wooden Relief Sculpture of the Indrabhisek Ceremony (1991), a magnificent sculpture made of 56 hardwood pieces, capturing the meaning of power in Thai culture, where its source isn’t force but virtue; and Adam’s Bridge (2022), a handwoven tapestry made of waste fabrics and unwanted scraps such as soda cans, used stockings and industrial yarn fragments to illustrate the concept of sustainability.

Outside QSNCC at the entrance hall, Lokuttara (2022), dazzles as a lotus-flower-petals-like sculpture, pressed together in a prayer-like fashion to indicate a meeting or an assembly to do good deeds.

Bangkok Art Biennale 2022 also selected QSNCC as one of the leading arts venues to exhibit nearly 60 artworks from renowned artists from all over the world for five months from October 2022 to February 2023.

Set to be a MICE game-changer in the Land of Smiles, the redeveloped QSNCC is expected to attract over 13 million visitors per year after its recent reopening in September 2022.

Discover the new experience of “The Ultimate Inspiring World-Class Event Platform for All” at QSNCC here.

For event organisers and planners keen to explore QSNCC as a venue, reach out to us here.

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