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7th IDIA Conference

IDIA2013 Conference
Bangkok, Thailand
1-3 November 2013

Conference Venue

Faculty of Communication Arts
Mongkutsamatiwang Building
Chulalongkorn University
254 Phaya Thai Road
Pathumwan / 254
See the Campus Map (*.jpg), Central Bangkok (*.png).

The campus is in the greater Silom and Phatum Wan areas, near the Rama IV highway. Locals call Chulalongkorn University Chula. It is a large campus, and the Faculty of Communication and Arts is in the Samyan area. The conference will be held on the 11th floor.

National Stadium Station is the closest station to the venue. It might be easier to take a taxi, as the building is about 800m from the station. Directions follow below.


These directions are fromt the BRT Skytrain National Stadium Station on the Wongwian Yai - National Stadium. If you start from a different line, the change of lines occur at Siam Station (pronounced See-yam).

  1. At National Stadium Station, get off on the MBK Centre side.
  2. Use the skywalk, walking back in the direction of Siam Station
  3. Walk downstairs to the street level (southeast stairs)
    Don't use the first MBK exit from the skywalk
  4. You should be in Phaya Thai Road.
    Don't cross over the street
  5. Starbucks and McDonalds are at the bottom of the MBK building
  6. The campus starts about 100m further, but the Faculty of Communication Arts building is further along the way. The first campus building is the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences (across the street)
  7. Keep going. Pass two pedestrian bridges and the Faculty of Education cream coloured building; and the Social Science Research Association of Thaliand, grey building
  8. At the next entrance at the pedestrain tunnel, turn right.
  9. The Faculty of Communication Arts is on your left (after turning onto the campus grounds)
  10. Turn left in front of the building, and walk parrallel to the street Phaya Thai Road
  11. The main entrance is a large atrium - don;t try the other entrances, which are card protected


Here are a series of maps on different scales. Click on them to englarge.