The Queen Sirikit National Convention Center is a famous convention and exhibition hall located in Bangkok. It was named in honor of her majesty Queen Sirikit and was inaugurated by King Bhumibhol Adulyadej in 1991. This convention center was originally constructed for the World Bank annual meeting and it took the government almost two years to complete the project. The government's purpose is to make the distinguished world event memorable.
The QSNCC is definitely one of the sights of Bangkok that is meant to be explored because of its unique architectural design. It was purposely built to hold events, international conferences, exhibitions and a lot more. The main hall can hold 5,000 people. It is definitely one of the unforgettable Bangkok attractions due to its modern Thai style. Last 2000, the QSNCC was the venue of the 10th United Nations Conference on Trade and Development which was proven to be successful. As a result, it has become a popular place for conventions.
Address: 60 New Rachadapisek Road, Klongtoey, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand
Opened: August 29, 1991
Phone: +66 2 229 3000