HUBBA – Probably the best known Co-Working Space in Bangkok. HUBBA is located in Ekkamai close to the excellent Heritage Cafe and has a lively community. One could say it is the centre of the Thai Startup Community. The founding brothers Amarit and Charlie are both driving forces behind the Thai Startup Association. The place itself is a cute two story house with a nice little garden, which gives it a very cosy feeling. From a community view the place to be.

Website: www.hubbathailand.com

Launchpad – The first (by a small margin) co-working space in Thailand. It’s located on the ground floor of Sethiwan Tower between Chong Nonsi and Surasak BTS. Launchpad has a small coffee shop, several small and medium sized meeting rooms and some hot desks though it seems that most of the workspace is rented out two small companies nowadays.

Website: http://www.launchpad.co.th/

Think SOciety – Close to BTS UdomSuk you will find the Think SOciety. It’s the co-working space furthest down Sukhumvit, if you happen to live in the area. The coffee is free and fees are only 150THB.

Website: Only Facebook

E88 Bangkok – In the W District the co-working space E88 opened it’s doors. The almost 1000sqm space features co-working, private offices, meeting rooms and the usual amenities, plus you can have your wedding there, if you must. W District in itself is quite nice with a cool roof top bar and a beer garden like area, super markets and galleries. BTS Phrakanong is only 5 minutes away, and the Phrakanong Post Office is next door.

Website: http://www.e88bangkok.com/

Maker Zoo – opposite Hubba and next to the Hertiage Cafe you will find Bangkok’s best makerspace. If you ever wanted to build something, use a 3D printer or are generally interested in IoT, this is the place to go. Plus: Online Shop where you can buy your Rasppery Pi and other electronics.

Website: http://www.makerzoo.me/

OneDay Hostel & Co-Working – Actually a Hostel and less a co-working space, however since digital nomads are travelling and working, it makes perfectly sense to pair both. The Co-Working space is called “Forward” and offers hot desks, meeting rooms, printers and of course free wifi. It’s all very lush and pretty.

Website: http://onedaybkk.com/

The Hive Bangkok – The Hive is a 6 floor co-working space with a rooftop bar, a spa (!), hot desks, private offices, meeting rooms and the Grease Club next door. Let’s put it like this: If you don’t have a place to crash, get and office there and you won’t need one. Really nice design, good selection of beers, a good amount of events and a generally good working environment.

Website: http://thehive.co.th/

Kliquedesk – A very stylish and yellow co-working space, that I couldn’t find on the first try to be honest. However it’s well maintained and is definitely a good choice if you want to get work done.

Website: http://kliquedesk.com/

Glowfish Asoke & Siam Square – The Asoke branch of Glowfish opened a couple of years ago and was recently complemented by the Siam branch. Both are conveniently located in two of the most busy areas of the city. They offer virtual offices, dedicated desks and private suites. You also get discount on KUPPA Deli. They also help you with Thai company registration, which is not that easy for foreigners.

Website: http://www.glowfishoffices.com/

DraftBoard – Calls itself a Co-Design space. The website is currently down, but Facebook is available.

Website: Facebook / Website (currently offline)

Space at Siam – The second Co-Working Space at Siam Square. I have never been but what I can gather from the pictures looks like tables, sofas and a large window front. Probably worth to have a look.

Website: Facebook only

Phynn Co-Working – Is actually not providing any co-working any longer, which is a shame because it was the only space in the area. However if you need meeting rooms, you can still contact the management and book a room.

Website: Facebook only

Muchroom – A co-working space that looks more like a place to live than to work, which makes it very unique. They have a nice little garden and offer the usual private office, meeting rooms and hot desks. Very cute place.

Website: http://muchroom.untitlewebstudio.com/

14 Coworking – Actually a hostel. It’s listed on AirBnB and that is all I can say, so in the owner’s own AirBnB words: “Accommodation is simple style / mini-art gallery /co-working space/rooftop/party/ food and beverage. Close to Bts Saphan Kwai 500 m. 1 station to jj market and 1 station to ari”

Website: AirBnB only

INN-Office – From what I can see on their website and Facebook Gallery, very much focused on art and workshops, which is a good thing, since most places focus more on tech. The usual private offices and meeting rooms. In general the design is minimalistic but functional. Very conveniently located.

Website: http://www.inn-office.com/ / Facebook

522 Co-Working – Every time I pass by I keep thinking: Wow this far from town. The space itself is super nice, next to the Crystal Design Centre, with stylish furniture, a nice garden and good coffee.

Website: Facebook only

Silom Space – The only co-working space right in the middle of Silom, next to the Silom Complex. It’s not that easy to find but the website provides a very detailed direction with lots of pictures. The space itself offers shared spaces, meeting and seminar rooms.

Website: http://silomspace.com/

Office First – Is geared towards corporate businesses than freelancers. They offer virtual offices, secretary services and call forwarding, CRM support and even IT support. Of course, co-working, meeting rooms etc. are part of the offering too.

Website: http://www.officefirst.net/

Wolf Co-Working – I have never been but it looks fantastic. The space got some really good reviews on Google and Facebook. The new website is not online yet, but Facebook tells me that they offer meeting rooms in different sizes, a long table (hot desk I guess) and workstations.

Website: http://wolfwork.co/ / Facebook

Poolsub Co-Workig – The only co-working space I know that is in Krung Thonburi. Since February they offer co-working but they have plans to extend the space further, adding event and workshop spaces, and eventually a co-living space. They also offer WordPress and several Adobe trainings.

Website: http://poolsubspace.com/