A year after their opening, there are now a lot more choices around town, but you could say HUBBA Thailand was the first to really kick off the co-working space scene in Bangkok. The old house painted white reminds us of those charming home-come-bars like 6ixcret and Sua-Non-Kin, only it’s designed for working in the daytime. The place is very organized, with zones like the “hot desk,” where individuals can come together to share a long wooden table, as well as private rooms for setting up mini offices. There’s a library corner with sofas and a sizable play yard out front where you can take a break from your work or even organize events. Other facilities include high-speed Wi-Fi and LAN internet connection, meeting room, post box rental services, complimentary coffee, tea and snacks, 24-hour CCTV, pantry, canteen and, perhaps most impressive, shower rooms. Packages for members start from B1,295/week up to B36,500/year, while newcomers can get a one-day trial pass for B265. HUBBA is now expanding another two branches in Bangkok (Wong Wien Yai and Ekkamai Soi 4) and another one set to open in Hua Hin by mid-December.