Located in a four-story art deco building with nearly 5,000 square meters, the Bangkok City Library will finally open to public on April 7. The library is expected to be home to more than 20,000 books in Thai and foreign languages, including a Braille section.
The library will officially launch its round-the-clock hours later this year. It is supported by the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, which launched the project in 2013 after being voted 2013’s UNESCO World Book Capital.
Location: Ratchadamnoen Klang Road, Bangkok, Thailand.
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