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Queen Sirikit National Convention Center

Queen Sirikit National Convention Center (QSNCC) (Thai: ศูนย์การประชุมแห่งชาติสิริกิติ์) or also known simply as Queen Sirikit Convention Center, is a convention center and exhibition hall in Bangkok, Thailand. The center is regarded as a public asset according to the Thai Ministry of Finance's Treasury Department.[1] However, it has been managed by N.C.C. Management & Development Co., Ltd., a private firm, since its opening in 1991.[2] The QSNCC was built to host events, especially conferences and exhibitions and has hosted numerous international events. The QSNCC is also home to the Plenary Hall, a theatre style hall, which has a capacity of 6,000 persons.[3]

Queen Sirikit National Convention Center
Entrance, Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre
Address60 New Rachadapisek Road, Khlong Toei, Bangkok, Thailand
LocationBangkok, Thailand
Coordinates13°43′26″N 100°33′33″E / 13.723992°N 100.559222°E / 13.723992; 100.559222Coordinates: 13°43′26″N 100°33′33″E / 13.723992°N 100.559222°E / 13.723992; 100.559222
Opened29 August 1991
Theatre seating
3,500 seats
Enclosed space
 • Total space65,000m2
Public transit access MRT  QSNCC MRT station


In September 1987, Mr. Suthee Singhasaneh, the Minister of Finance, and Mr. Kamchorn Sathirakul, the Bank of Thailand Governor jointly signed a deal between the Royal Thai Government and the World Bank/International Monetary Fund (IMF) to host the 46th Annual Meeting of the Boards of Governors of the World Bank Group and IMF in Bangkok between 1 October to 15 October 1991.[4] As a result, the QSNCC was constructed as a sign of Thailand's commitment to host this event. As for the architectural design, a leading Thai architectural firm was assigned to design a structure that reflected Thai culture and heritage for the QSNCC.

To ensure that the center would be completed on time, a design-build delivery system was used and the construction started in late 1989. Construction began with 100 designers and more than 1000 construction workers. The bulk of construction was finished by June 1991, under budget and about two months before the scheduled date of August 1991. It was finished in only 16 months. Projects of this magnitude normally take 40 months.[citation needed]

On 29 August 1991, King Bhumibol Adulyadej and Queen Sirikit officially opened the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center. The center was named after Queen Sirikit in honour of her 60th birthday.[5]

The convention center was closed for renovation on 26 April 2019 and is scheduled to reopen in May 2022[6]




  1. ^ "Queen Sirikit National Convention Center". Retrieved 2017-08-01.
  2. ^ "Venue Management". Retrieved 2017-08-01.
  3. ^ "QSNCC in Brief". Retrieved 2017-08-01.
  4. ^ "Queen Sirikit National Convention Center". Retrieved 2011-07-12.
  5. ^ "Conference Venue". Retrieved 2011-06-12.
  6. ^ "ปิดปรับปรุงศูนย์การประชุมแห่งชาติสิริกิติ์ ตั้งแต่วันนี้ (26 เม.ย.2562) เป็นต้นไป โดยจะเปิดให้บริการอีกครั้งในเดือนพฤษภาคม พศ.2565". JS100 Facebook Page.
Preceded by
Theatre for the Performing Arts at The Aladdin
Miss Universe Venue
Succeeded by
National Auditorium