The Bangkok Art and Culture Centre is known better as BACC. Located at the intersection of Rama I Road and Phayathai Road, it is just across the street from the MBK Shopping Center. It first opened to the public at the end of 2007. This 11-story contemporary art museum has an ultramodern flair. The plaza outdoors has several creative statues where tourists can take souvenir photos before they even entering the museum. The door of the Art Centre opens out on to a plaza where it is often possible to encounter some street performers. This veritable culture and art center of Bangkok is also a favorite spot for flash mobs.
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Bangkok Art and Culture Center understands the advantages of contemporary Thai art. Besides regular exhibitions, there are also periodic special exhibitions of international artists, and many fine works in the history of modern Thai art can be seen.
Transportation is convenient. The station from Bts to the National Stadium is that the interior of the exhibition hall is very large. The decoration style is very distinctive. There are beautiful stairs and elevators with design style. It looks good to take pictures from bottom to top or from top to bottom.
Thailand is really a place for leisure. It has been here many times. The national show in the cultural center square, watching the lively and gorgeous national dance in front of us, the BTS with a strong sense of modernity speeding by in the distance, suddenly came up with an advertisement "The national is the world".
Very good, there are many student works, full of novelty, decorative arts, recommended to buy tickets to visit the highest level. And the geographical location is also very central, the periphery can see spectacular elevated, subway, overpass, ground vehicles shuttle through.
In Bangkok, not only the portraits of the deceased King can be seen in the streets and alleys, but also in the BACC Bangkok Art and Culture Center, there are thematic exhibitions. In Figure 2, when the candlelight in the hands of small people lights up the music, it is even touching to see these works. This exhibition goes to July 2, and there are other different exhibitions on the top two floors. It's worth coming to! And it's free. It only takes one coin to save the bag.
Bangkok Art Culture Center (BACC opposite MBK, BTS to National Staduium) is a pure art exhibition. The whole exhibition hall is designed in a circular shape. Each floor has a place to rest. Different units on the 3rd and 4th floors of the exhibition hall are stationed. Tea shops or cafes are used to package the artistic experience or commodity sales in their respective professional fields.
Taipei North American Art Museum in Bangkok. From the second floor to the fifth floor, there are art shops and cafes. Pretty good. Many exhibitions are now related to the newly deceased king. So we foreigners will feel ordinary. The underground is a lecture. There are also some individual exhibitions. No flash. They are mainly local people. There are many students. It's in a good position. So it's worth it.
It's worth visiting for free. There are lots of places to take pictures and lots of creative gifts to buy. Another creative ice cream on the fourth floor is recommended. The pork chops look like ice cream, and the denture soda.
The Bangkok Cultural and Art Center is just across from the MBK shopping mall. The transportation is very convenient. Inside are pure white background walls, some craft shops have exhibitions and some more creative gadgets, as well as the theme of man and nature, at the top. Friends who like art can visit it. It's very interesting, and life needs these things to sublimate. Occasionally vulgar, occasionally elegant, this is the normal life. In addition, there is a sculpture outside the center that can take pictures. It's so special. Please see the last one.