The Thailand Cultural Centre was built with a grant from Japan, the Thailand Cultural Centre opened on October 9, 1987. The Thailand Cultural Centre has two auditoriums one of which is a 2,000 seat and part of the main hall. There is also one outdoor stage. There is also a 1,000-seat outdoor amphitheater.
The centre is a very good place to view different forms of cultural performances of both international as well as local performances. The symphony orchestra concerts which are also held there regularly are also well worth the visit when visiting Thailand. It is also very well located close to the MRT Thailand Cultural Centre Station in Bangkok. Note that in the large area of the centre you will also find offices and rooms for holding conferences and seminars. There are also other activities in and around the location all related to education and culture in Thailand. The centre also acts as a permanent exhibition about the history and culture of Thailand.
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Thailand Cultural Centre
Performing Arts Venue, Concert Hall, and Government Building · Huai Khwang
14 Ratchadaphisek Rd., Huai Khwang, Bangkok 10320, Thailand
Thailand Cultural Centre Map
Gallery of Thailand Cultural Centre