MOCA: Museum of Contemporary Art Bangkok

Banghkok Art Museum Near BTS Images adapted from: @bankpyt, @aomyeam_sog, and @juthaaaaaaaa

As the situation of the pandemic in Thailand gets better, businesses are starting to open up and people have more confidence to go out and enjoying themselves once again.  

If you are looking for a destination for this weekend, this new museum is a spot that will impress all photo buffs and art lovers.

Tons of IG-worthy spots to check out 

BKK photogenic art museumImage credit: Sombat Tour

MOCA Museum of Contemporary Art showcases contemporary art pieces selected by owner, Boonchai Bencharongkul, Thai business executive of telco DTAC and an avid art collector. 

Aside from art pieces and exhibitions, he also shared that the museum aims to create a friendly and photogenic atmosphere to match with the lifestyles of people in the new generation. So, exploring this art museum won’t be a boring task here. 

Start your photoshoot adventure in front of the building where a unique sculpture is installed, with the interesting exterior of the museum as a cool backdrop.

Art Museum Near BTS Images adapted from: @_peet_saha_ii and

Step inside to enjoy the sleek vibes from selected artworks and the rest of the interior.

Photogenic art museum in BangkokGet a stunning shot with the super long stairway
Image credit: @bankpyt

Instagram-worthy Photogenic art museum in BangkokDon’t miss a visit the galaxy hallway 
Image credit: @aomyeam_sog

There’s also a lit arch doorway for you to pose with.

Photogenic art museum in BangkokImages adapted from: @tofutualek, @sweeppud, and @juthaaaaaaaa

From now until 31st December 2020, there is a temporary exhibition called “Raining” by Nino Sarabutra which allows visitors to enjoy a whimsical infinity-like light installation in a dark room. 

Instagram-worthy Photogenic art museum in BangkokImage credit: @ssahaphap

Easy to access via Mo Chit BTS 

The admission ticket is ฿250/person and includes a visit to both permanent and temporary exhibitions. Students can buy a ticket at ฿100 with their identification cards

From Mo Chit BTS, you can take Grab or taxi which will take around 15 minutes to get to the museum. 

Don’t hesitate to schedule this museum into your weekend calendar!

MOCA Museum of Contemporary Art
Address: 499 Kamphaengphet 6 Rd., Ladyao, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900.
Opening Hours: 10AM-6PM (Closed on Monday)
Nearest Train Station: Mo Chit BTS
Telephone: +66 2 016 5666

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