How do I get to theCOMMONS?
Sukhumvit 55, Thonglor 17
BTS: Thong Lo Station, Exit No.3
From the station, we recommend taking a taxi or a motorbike. Turn left at Soi Thonglor 17, stay on about 50 meter and we are on the left.
Soi Saladaeng 1, Silom
BTS: Sala Daeng Station, Exit No.4
From the station, you can either;
Walk 700 meters from the BTS or take a motorbike via Soi Saladaeng and turn left at The Legend Saladaeng onto Saladaeng Soi 1, stay on for 150 meters and we are on the left.
How do I make reservations?
Reservations are not required for the tables in our communal area (first-come, first-served). Please just come by!
theCOMMONS Thonglor: 8am - 1am
theCOMMONS Saladaeng: 7.30am - 1am
Opening hours of each vendors may vary. Please check each vendor's opening hours at Thonglor or Saladaeng.
I am interested in renting a space for my business and curious what types of shops you look for and how is your community curated?
We aim to create a community of like-minded creators who have a wholehearted passion for what they do. We’re always eager to expand our network and learn something new, so if you have ideas to share and think you’d be a good fit for theCOMMONS, we’d love to meet you. Email us at [email protected]
with your brand concept and product details.
I am interested in renting a space for my events.
We love events! Feel free to get in touch with us at [email protected]
and tell us your ideas.
Are pets allowed at theCOMMONS?
Yes! We are a pet-friendly community and allow pets in all of our semi-outdoor spaces. We also have a pet parking area in front of the building if you need to grab something to go while your furry friend can wait outside.
What kind of food do you have?
We have a variety of cuisines from our passionate vendors you to choose from, from Neapolitan pizza, modern Vietnamese, to delicious Thai eats - there's something for everyone! For more details of our vendors please visit the vendors page of theCOMMONS Thonglor
or theCOMMONS Saladaeng
What are some of your environmental initiatives?
We work with Precious Plastic to recycle bottle caps, we have individual bins where you can sort your trash and we also recycle food waste with our community fridge initiative which we began with Thai SOS. We have installed water tap stations to reduce single-use plastic waste created by water bottles. We know that this is just the start and we're dedicated to finding new ways to work with our community to become more green.