Queen Sirikit National Convention Center

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Queen Sirikit National Convention Center

The Queen Sirikit National Convention Center (QSNCC, or also known simply as Queen Sirikit Convention Center) is a convention and exhibition hall in Bangkok, Thailand.

Facilities and location

The main hall and the compound are around 35,000 square meters, and the plenary hall can hold up to 5,000 people. The architecture is in a modernistic, Thai style.

The Bangkok Metro transportation has a stop at Queen Sirikit National Convention Center station.

It is located in Khlong Toei, on Ratchadapisek Road between Sukhumvit Road and Rama IV Road.

History

Originally constructed for 46th World Bank/International Monetary Fund annual meeting, the project was laid out by the Thai government in 1989 and construction took more than two years to complete.

It was named in honour of Queen Sirikit, and opened by King Bhumibol Adulyadej and the queen on 29 August 1991.

Events
  • EcoInnovasia takes place in October.

Building Activity

  • OpenBuildings
    OpenBuildings updated a digital reference
    about 5 years ago via Annotator
  • OpenBuildings
    OpenBuildings updated a digital reference and added a digital reference
    about 5 years ago via OpenBuildings.com