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3 new places to set up office in Bangkok

Nap spaces included!

By Kasidit Srivilai | Oct 05, 2017

  • 3 new places to set up office in Bangkok
    Nap Lab


After TCDC moved to Charoenkrung, the space on the fifth floor of Emporium is still keeping the ties with TCDC, but now in league with mobile operator AIS. There’s a zone for co-working, an exhibition space and a photo studio, as well as something they’re calling the “Playground,” where start-up businesses can go for support. The best bit of all has to be the membership cost of B1,200 for a year.
5/F, The Emporium, Sukhumvit Rd.


Mashmellow fulfills the requirements of tech moguls in the making with shared office space, 10 private offices and two meeting rooms. The vibe? Unintimidating, with “nap rooms,” on-site showers and networking events. At B320 for a one-day pass, it’ll cost you B30/day less to sit at their desks than Ekkamai competitor Hive’s, though monthly membership for either is B5,500.
6/F, Park Avenue Home Office, Ekkamai Soi 12 and 14, 081-499-8992.

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This co-working space wants you to sleep on the job. Awaken Design Studio has converted eerie old university dorms into a bright-lit space that’s equal parts work, play and rest. That’s right, aside from office desks and Japanese-style floor seating, there are also bunk bed-style nooks for a little extra privacy. Entry starts at B150 for four hours.
Chulalongkorn Soi 6, 081-734-5147.
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