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10 Co-Working Spaces Along BTS Lines With Cosy Vibes To Boost Your Productivity

Co-working spaces along BTS lines

The environment plays a crucial role in the working space. Working in a conducive environment can enhance your focus and productivity.

If you’re looking for co-working options in Bangkok, here are 10 co-working spaces conveniently located along the BTS Line where you enjoy some cosy vibes while focusing on work.

1. Muchroom Coworking Space — a workspace that’ll make you feel as if you’re working at home

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For many people, home is the best place to work because it makes them feel relaxed and cosy.

Muchroom Coworking Space comes in a home style design – with a white simple interior that can make you feel right at home while working.

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If this type of workspace sounds like your thing, you can visit the place by taking the BTS to Saphan Kwai Station. The rate starts from ฿190 (~USD5.48)/day. If you’d like to rent an office monthly, they also offer mini and small offices for rent from ฿10,000 (~USD288.43)/month.

Address: 61 Pradiphat 23 Alley, แขวงพญาไท Khet Phaya Thai, Bangkok 10400
Opening hours:
9am-8pm, Daily

Nearest train station:
BTS Saphan Kwai
Contact: +66 2 618 7800 | Muchroom Coworking Space’s Facebook | Google Maps

2. The Hive Thonglor — a rooftop cafe lounge with a nice view for coffee breaks

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Originating from Hong Kong with many branches worldwide, The Hive Thonglor in Bangkok is a popular co-working space for numerous foreign and Thai digital nomads due to its cool and lively designs.

Decked with concrete walls and large windows allowing natural light to shine through, the workspace’s atmosphere will make you feel more energetic and productive.

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If you’re feeling tired from work, you can take a break with a cup of coffee and enjoy a scenic skyline view on the rooftop lounge adorned with plants, leaving  you feel refreshed.

The Hive Thonglor offers three sizes of meeting rooms for five people, eight people, and 20 people, with prices ranging from ฿500 (~USD14.42)/hour. They also offer private offices for three people starting from ฿27,000 (~USD778.55)/month. Or, if you wish to use their shared desk, you can get a one-day pass at ฿398 (~USD11.48)/day.

Address: Piman 49, 46/9 Sukhum Vit 49, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110
Opening hours:
Mon-Fri 9am-6pm 
Nearest train station: BTS Thonglor 
Contact: +66 2 662 6062 | Thehive’s website | Google Maps

3. Too Fast To Sleep. SCB — open 24 hours with a mini cafe

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If you just want a quiet place to discuss work with your colleagues or clients, check out Too Fast To Sleep. SCB,which is based near Siam Paragon and MBK. You can easily come here by taking the BTS and getting off at National Stadium Station.

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Excitingly, you can access this workspace for free by downloading the SCB EASY application and showing it to the employees. Plus, this place is open 24 hours, so you can come by anytime.

Inside, this co-working place offers a mini cafe with affordable drinks. FYI, you can only pay via mobile banking apps as the place is a cashless society.

Address: 222,222/1-7,224 ซอย Siam Square Soi 1, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330
Opening hours:
24hr, Daily
Nearest train station: BTS National Stadium
Contact: +66 8 1899 1551 | Too Fast Too Sleep’s Facebook | Google Maps

4. The Urban Office — a luxurious and modern setting for creativity

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Starting from ฿600 (~USD17.32)/dayThe Urban Office makes sure that your work environment is conducive to productivity and creativity for the tasks to come.

Once you arrive, you’ll notice that the interior space is well-designed with stylish furniture and verdant plants, enhancing the overall ambience for creative work.

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The place offers a roomy workspace along with a nice cafe, meeting rooms, a lounge area, and an outdoor zone for guests.

For a monthly co-working space, take a look at The Citizen option on The Urban Office’s website which starts from ฿6,500 (~USD187.57)/month. It provides you with personal desks and everyday access, which is ideal if you are looking for a permanent workspace.

Address: 725 S-Metro Building, Level 20 Sukhumvit Road, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110
Opening hours:
Mon-Fri 8.30am-6pm
Nearest train station: BTS Phrom Phong
Contact: +66 2 153 3555 | The Urban Office’s website | Google Maps

5. THINK SOciety: Co-working Space & Café — provides a cafe & a recreation area

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A good work atmosphere doesn’t only exist in large co-working spaces; even small co-working spaces can provide a personalised experience and a quieter environment.

Located by the BTS Udomsuk, THINK SOciety: Co-working Space & Café is another co-working venue that deserves your attention. It boasts a friendly work ambience and offers all the facilities you need.

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A day pass costs ฿200 (~USD5.77)/day or ฿60 (~USD1.73)/hr and meeting rooms start from ฿250 (~USD7.22)/hr or ฿1,500 (~USD43.31)/full day (eight hours).

You can also consider applying for their membership from ฿3,200 (~USD92.38)/one-month membership.

Address: 16, 3133/15 Sukhumvit 101/2 Alley, Bang Na Tai, Bang Na, Bangkok 10260
Opening hours:
Mon-Fri 9am-8pm
Nearest train station: BTS Udomsuk
Contact: +66 2 116 8915| THINK SOciety’s Facebook | Google Maps

6. The Great Room Thailand — level up your working experience with modern luxury 

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Envision working in a luxury workspace adorned with modern designs and offers a commanding city view. How much do you think it would play a role in your productivity? We’d say a lot.

In the world of business discussions, we need ideas to share with one another, so surrounding yourself in a collaborative and innovative environment is crucial. The Great Room Thailand combines the concept of a modern workspace with a high-end-hotel style, leading to an invigorating work ambience.

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They provide a studio supporting up to 50 people, a study room for a small group of people, a stateroom for a formal meeting, as well as a nursing room and a drawing room.

If you’re interested in utilising this co-working space to help better your work performance, a one-day pass starts from ฿950 (~USD27.40)/day. If you’re looking to rent an office, they offer virtual offices from ฿4,000 (~USD115.40)/month and hot offices from ฿9,500 (~USD274.08)/month. Feel free to check more details on

To get to this co-working space, you can get off at the BTS Chit Lom Station and walk to Gayson Tower, which sits across centralwOrld. The Great Room is situated in Gaysorn Tower on the 26th floor.

Address: Level 26 & 25, Gaysorn Tower, 127 Ratchadamri Rd, Lumphini, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330
Opening hours:
Mon-Fri 9am-6pm 

Nearest train station:
BTS Chit Lom
Contact: +66 2 073 0222 | The Great Room’s Facebook | Google Maps

7. TTA Space — spacious modern co-working with an outdoor zone to relax

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Things you will appreciate about TTA Space are its captivating designs and contemporary vibes that will give you a delightful experience while working on your tasks. Their cosy atmosphere is likely to help you feel relaxed throughout your work time.

This co-working space includes international eateries, a cafe, and an outdoor zone surrounded by greenery to give you a break from your stressful work. Also, you can enjoy using its twin convention hall that accommodates up to 100 people.

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Located on the sixth floor in MBK Centre, TTA Space can enhance your working experience from ฿350 (~USD10.08)/day. If you want to hold a meeting, go ahead and check out their meeting room from ฿2,000 (~USD57.59)/day.

Address: 444 Phaya Thai Rd, Wang Mai, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330
Opening hours:
Mon-Fri 8am-8pm, Sat-Sun 10am-8pm

Nearest train station:
BTS National Stadium
Contact: +66 | TTA Space’s Facebook | Google Maps

8. Pencave Co-Working Space — minimalist-style cosy communal workspace

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The next one on our list is Pencave Co-Working Space – a lovely workspace surrounded by greenery. What we like about this place is its minimalist vibes, which evoke a sense of tranquillity and simplicity. Apart from conventional desks, this place also offers beds and a loft net, allowing guests to comfortably carry out their work.

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It offers a productive work environment for enthusiastic workers to experience from ฿320 (~USD10)/day.

To reach Pencave Co-Working Space, you can disembark at BTS Phra Khanong and take Exit 4. From there, simply walk into Sukhumvit 64, where the workspace is based.

Address: 48 Sukhumvit Road, Phra Khanong, Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110
Opening hours:
9am-10pm, Daily

Nearest train station:
BTS Phra Khanong
Contact: +66 | Pencave Co-Working Space’s Facebook | Google Maps

9. Paper Planes Project — a cafe & bar with a view

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For cafe hoppers, you might wanna seek the opportunity to visit this cafe & bar Paper Planes Project. It is a cool cafe with a well-organised co-working space and tasty drinks to sip along while working. Plus, sitting on the 40th floor of the T-One Building, the café provides a picturesque skyline view for you to admire.

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As night falls, this cafe turns into a vibrant music bar where you can come and relax to let go of stress alongside your buddies.

Come and get a cup of coffee here then immerse yourself in the brilliant work environment with a nice view of BKK’s skyline.

Address: T-One Building 8, 40th Floor Sukhumvit 40, ซอย Phra Khanong, Khlong Toei, Bangkok 10110
Opening hours:
9am-1pm, Daily
Nearest train station: BTS Thong Lor
Contact: +66  6 5878 5562| Paper Plane Project’s website | Google Maps

10. The Continent Hotel Bangkok Sukhumvit— offers a scenic panoramic skyline view

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If luxury is what you’re looking for, The Continent Hotel Bangkok Sukhumvit is the choice. This hotel offers a luxury co-working space with restaurants on the 38th and 39th floors, offering a sweeping view of the high-rises around central Bangkok.

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With their diverse selection of premium Thai dishes, it’s a good idea to order some items to savour as a delightful touch to your workday. Food prices start from around ฿300 (~USD8.63)/item.

Within these sophisticated surroundings, you can tap into your creativity, focus on your tasks, and discover fresh perspectives that can propel your work to new heights, all from ฿500 (~USD14.38)/day.

Address: 413 Sukhumvit Road, Khlong Toei Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110
Opening hours:
38th Floor Axis & Spin, 10am-4pm, Daily
| 39th Floor Bangkok Heightz 8am-5pm, Daily 
Nearest train station: BTS Asok
Contact: +66 2 686 7000| The Continent Hotel’s website | Google Maps

Co-working spaces to collaborate with your colleagues

If you’re looking for a cosy and motivating environment to work in, these co-working spaces offer interesting features, especially their convenient locations by the BTS Line. Hopefully, they will help you enhance creativity and productivity in your work.

Please share this article with your friends and colleagues and bring them to explore these lovely co-working spaces together.

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Cover image adapted from: @thehivebangkok via Instagram,  Too Fast To Sleep.SCB via Facebook, @pandazzbear via Instagram and @thecontinenthotel via Instagram