QSNCC in Bangkok is scheduled to reopen in September 2022 with five times more space and a daily capacity for more than 100,000 visitors.
TCC Assets (Thailand), an investment and real estate company based in the kingdom, revealed the new look of the Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre (QSNCC) as it positioned the venue as the “ultimate inspiring world class event platform for all”.
More than US$500 million has been invested in the project and, at a press conference in Bangkok, TCC gave a glimpse through computerised renditions of how the QSNCC will look when the venue’s remodelling is completed.
The remodelled QSNCC will provide a total event space of 78,500 square metres featuring two main exhibition halls with more than 45,000 sqm of space. There are also two conference halls at nearly 10,000 sqm, 50 flexible meetings rooms and an additional retail zone.
QSNCC is being billed as the most convenient business event venue in the CBD thanks to accessibility from the MRT system and 2,700 indoor parking spaces.
“Despite the Covid-19 challenges globally, we managed to follow our long-term investment plan to complete the QSNCC remodelling successfully,” said Panote Sirivadhanabhakdi, Director of TCC Assets (Thailand). “This fulfills our vision and aspiration to transform the Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre into the leading world class convention centre in Asia.
“We believe that Thailand’s strategic location will benefit our stakeholders – organisers, exhibitors, customers, visitors, etc – with a highly competitive ecosystem of the supply chain for endless business opportunities, great accessibilities, a good variety of destinations and hospitality services.
“We are confident that these strengths will enable the QSNCC to capture the interests of leading international MICE and event businesses, promoters as well as operators, and to be known as Thailand’s ultimate inspiring world class event platform for all.”
The QSNCC project forms part of the development of RAMA IV district landscape, ranging from commercial, retails, hotels, hospital, residential to event venues. QSNCC is managed by NCC Management & Development Co., a subsidiary of TCC Assets.