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The Top 10 Best Communal Working Spaces in Bangkok

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With the increase in popularity of internet-based businesses and small start-ups, many professionals both and young and old are choosing to move away from traditional office spaces, leading to the development of communal office spaces in cities around the world. Bangkok is an absolute hub for this kind of workplace, as these communal spaces provide not only a cheap alternative for smaller businesses looking for a place to work from and access to resources that would otherwise be out of reach, but also provide a chance to work and collaborate with other professionals. These are our top ten locations for communicate office spaces in Bangkok, Thailand.

Joint Café & Workspace

The Joint Café & Workspace is located in the Asia Hotel parking building in the Ratchatewi-Pratumnan district of Bangkok. The office space consists of three different kinds of layouts, including a corner space that can accommodate one to three people, a small room that can accommodate up to eight people, and a large space that can hold up to sixty people, all decorated in clean, simple décor and designs. Visit website

Glowfish

This larger office space is located in the Nana-Asoke district, and offers thirty-six rooms of varying sizes and with a number of amenities. The laid-back atmosphere of Glowfish is complimented by their welcome lounge where they often host networking events and meet-ups, allowing office visitors to interact with one another. They also cater to professionals in need of advanced technology. They offer high speed internet connectivity, virtual meeting rooms, and a VoIP phone system. Visit website

The Hive Bangkok

The Hive already has three popular communal office spaces located in Hong Kong, but this location in the Phrom Phong district is the company’s first in Thailand. This location can easily act as a hub for any small business, as they offer both storage units and post boxes alongside their office spaces. There’s even a rooftop bar and a spa offering a range of quick options that are great for taking a break after a busy work day. Visit website

Hubba

Hubba was one of the first communal office spaces to open up in Bangkok. Now, their Ekkamai district location boasts over two thousand members, and they have had more than twenty startups take their first steps within their space. There’s a clean office with plenty of different spaces to fit any need, plus they also offer a range of professional services, including consulting services and networking events. Office users pushing long hours can enjoy their canteen and pantry, complimentary coffee, tea, and snacks, and even a shower facility. Perfect for those days when you don’t want to break your momentum with a run home to freshen up. Visit website

Muchroom Co-Working Space

If you’re looking for a traditional, sterile office layout, Muchroom Co-Working Space isn’t the answer. That’s because this Chatuchak district office, located in a fifty-year-old house, looks more like a café at first glance. The rooms are filled with desks and shared-spaces, with private offices available as well. Visit website

522 Co-Working Space

This once abandoned building in the Lat Phrao district is now a colorful communal space designed for collaborative working. 522 Co-Working Space has a range of office space options, including large casting rooms that can hold up to twenty people, and smaller, more private areas. They also offer the option for professionals to have food and drinks delivered right to their desk. Visit website

Ease Café & CoWorking Space

With a café on the main floor and communal office spaces upstairs, Ease Café & CoWorking Space in the Ari district is a great place for the laid-back professional. Choose from meeting room and private work spaces, or relax in a bean bag chair in the common area along with Mang-mee, the resident cat. Visit website

Ma.D

Like Hubba, this co-working space is located in the Ekkami district of Bangkok. Ma.D is unique in that it is divided between an active zone and a quiet zone. They provide event organisation services to members, and even have showers available so that you can clean up before that big meeting. Visit website

Launchpad Co-Working Space

Though much larger than many of the communal office spaces in the city (they have two event spaces that can hold between fifty and one-hundred people!), Launchpad Co-Working Space in the Silom district still strives to create a feeling of community among its members. They have a recreational room complete with a ping pong table and video games, as well as a café, where professionals can take a break from work and interact with one another. Launchpad has several floors filled with a variety of office options, from private rooms, to meeting space, and more. Visit website

Kliquedesk

Don’t let the carefree, bright yellow walls fool you; serious business is accomplished each day in this workspace. Kliquedesk is a modern communal space in the Phrom Phong district. They have spaces designed specifically for freelance workers, and others designed for team collaboration. Visit website

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