Updated Parking Spots of Queen Sirikit Centre 2024

Published by on . Updated on 20 Feb 2024

Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre used to only be able to hold 600 cars. But the completion of recent renovation works has bumped capacity to more than 3,000 cars.

Three levels of parking are available - they are B1, B2 and LM. Disabled parking is available of B1 and B2, with EV chargers and a dedicated ladies-only zone also available on the upper basement level. Motorcyclists will find parking on the LM floor.

How Much is it to Park?

Parking is free for the first three hours, with every subsequent hour costing you 30 baht. Do also note that fractions of a minute are counted as a full hour. 

Travelling to the Queen Sirikit Center

From Ratchadaphisek Road, make a U-turn under the bridge over Rama IV intersection. The Queen Sirikit Center will be on the left-hand side. If you are coming from Chalerm Mahanakorn Expressway (Bangna-Dindaeng-Daokanong), take the exit on Rama IV Road and turn left at Rama IV intersection onto Ratchadapisek Road.

If you are travelling to Queen Sirikit from Kluaynamthai, go straight to Rama 4 intersection and turn right onto Ratchadapisek Road. Queen Sirikit Center will be on the left-hand side.

 From Rama 3 Road, use the elevated bridge across Rama 4 intersection to be in the left lane. When descending from the elevated bridge, enter the door next to Benjakitti Forest Park.

Claim your free car valuation today!

Read More: Where Can I Charge My Electric Car In Thailand?

Looking for a  car appraisal? You can contact us for a free car valuation within 24 hours…