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Bangkok Art & Culture Centre (BACC), Bangkok
(4.1/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web)
The diversity of events at Bangkok Art & Culture Centre (BACC) ensures its place among the top cultural things to do in the city. One of the most popular places to visit among tourists looking for a haven of creativity to immerse themselves in, the center offers a range of experiences that include live performances and events related to local dance, theater, music, photography, and design. The center's aim is to provide a place of friendly and recreational cultural exchange, which makes it an ideal getaway from the hectic buzz of the city. Put Bangkok Art & Culture Centre (BACC) at the forefront of your travel plans using our Bangkok travel itinerary planner.
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  • The Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre is an architecturally significant building located adjacent to the National Stadium BTS station. Entry was free although you will need to pay for a locker to store ...  more »
  • While the building itself already offers a very nice architecture, and nothing that for this it's worth to go there (metro national stadium, but is not too far from siam walk). I must say that there were several exhibitions and we all found them great! -Pratuang Emjaoren, painter to know! -Chumpol Kamwanna: a series 'selfies' caustic - photos of the Thailand of the past has know there are some very nice to eat small restaurants. A few shops for various purchases. PS: currently their website is in black & white, a sign of mourning after the death of the King.
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  • This is a beautiful calm oasis and easy to get to on the BTS. Exhibitions were of a high standard and great to see some contemporary art finally. Loved the shops upstairs, clearly independent stores w...  more »
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  • Been here after a month King pass away. In order o respect their king and to show the mourning of thai people , the BACC show a lot of picture of King Bhumibol. And also some picture that show how the people love their king
  • Impressive Guggenheim-esque space with well-curated exhibitions - there's an excellent one now (oct 2016) on the history of photography in Siam. Some galleries/bookstores/cafes are located on the lower floors, while the main exhibitions are on the upper floors. Natl Stadium BTS and MBK Ctr are connected on the third floor. Limited lockers are available for free, otherwise you can just pay 10baht for one.
  • This art centre is large, comfortably cool, full of exciting art and is FREE of charge. It is definitely "must visit" for those who are looking for contemporary art in Bangkok. Last 4 floors are full of exhibitions. So it's better to start your journey from the upper floor. After exhibitions you can find a local art shops and food courts. Underground floor has a library. The place is good designed and you can go there with kids for a couple hours or whole day.
  • This art centre is large, comfortably cool, full of exciting art and is FREE of charge. It is definitely "must visit" for those who are looking for contemporary art in Bangkok. So it's better to start your journey from the upper floor. We went to see the photocollection 1860 until 1920 amazing collection. Yes you need much time to admire all the floors
  • Beautiful building with events downstairs almost every day, shopping for souvenirs, many of which are handmade and/or made of recycled materials. Very engaging exhibits on the 7th-9th floors.