There couldn't have been a better place for this design gallery, at the the Emporium, the most fashionable shopping mall of Bangkok. The TCDC, as abbreviation-loving Bangkokians call it, seeks to show and promote Thailand's design innovations. There is a permanent exhibition about the question what design actually is, and how it is influenced by factors like society, history, politics, economics, geography and religion. There is also a temporary exhibition that often changes. If you want to enter the resource centre and the library, you can get a free one-day pass. You can only do this once and you must carry your passport with you. Spend the day reading amazing design books, or just using the internet. If you want to visit the resource centre and library again later, you'll need to pay for a subscription.
6F, Emporium, 622 Sukhumvit Rd
Nearest Transit: Phrom Phong BTS Station (Lines: Sukhumvit)
+66 2 664-8448
Thailand Creative and Design Centre and Nearby Attractions on Map
Bangkok Planetarium(1.7 km)
The Bangkok Planetarium is the oldest planetarium in Thailand, inaugurated in 1964.
China Resources Tower(2.7 km)
Royal City Avenue(2.5 km)
The Emporium(0.2 km)
Shopping in Sukhumvit starts on the street.
Soi Cowboy(1.2 km)
Chuvit Garden(1.8 km)
Phaya Thai Palace(3.6 km)
The Phaya Thai Palace was built by King Rama VI, who lived here from 1919 for the last years of his reign.
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