Convention Centers in Bangkok

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Conference & Convention Centers in Bangkok

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  • Bobby B
    Fremantle, Australia124 contributions
    They advertise their forthcoming events on their website “bitec.co.th”. Not a place to visit on the off chance but, if you find a theme you are interested in, they have a great layout and excellent purchasing opportunities at their exhibitions.
    Written January 4, 2020
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  • Nutharin
    Bangkok, Thailand260 contributions
    This place is for several events. I will go for Travel fair and book fair. It is very convenient by MRT. There are a food court and a restaurant here. The food is so so. I don't like the low ceiling food court. It makes me feel uncomfortable.

    However, this place for the events is huge and fun to walk.
    Written August 30, 2018
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  • SurfingWild
    Bandung, Indonesia39,639 contributions
    The Korean Cultural Center is located on Sukhumvit Road near Asoke BTS train station. We do have an interest in Korea so we went inside to browse around. The staff welcomed us and basically allowed us to wander around the two floors or the place. A lot of emphasis has been placed on the 2018 Winter Olympics and on the ground floor were backgrounds where you could pretend to be a jump skier or ice skater or speed skater and pose for a 3D photo.

    Upstairs there was more information about the winter Olympics and some displays about the Winter Olympics and a cultural room with exhibits of typically Korean furniture, pottery and ceramics and musical instruments.

    The whole visit lasted about 45 minutes because we had fun taking the pictures with the kids, but I think 20 - 30 minutes should be enough.
    Written January 18, 2018
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  • GuiC
    Bangkok, Thailand139 contributions
    Got the chance to try the menu of Chef Clement during their soft opening and it's finally nice to see a place where you got for the value!
    Prices & Quality at their best.

    Definitely recommend this new place located on YenAkat.

    Thanks to Khun Thali and Khun Patchara for the suggestion.
    Written March 9, 2020
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