The 10th International Symposium on Visual Information Communication and Interaction (VINCI 2017)

Bangkok, Thailand, 14-16 August 2017
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Symposium Venue

KX (Knowledge Exchange), KMUTT

King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi
110/1 Krung Thonburi Road, Banglamphulang,
Khlongsan, Bangkok 10600
Phone: (+66) 02 4709296

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By BTS Train to KX

Take a train on BTS Silom line or BTS2 to either Krung Thon Buri or Wongwian Yai BTS station. From there it is a 400-500 m walk along the westbound lane of Krung Thonburi Road to the KX building.

By Taxi to KX

Direct the taxi to following address:

110/1 ถนนกรุงธนบุรี แขวงบางลำภูล่าง เขตคลองสาน กรุงเทพฯ

Taxi from the Airport to Hotels/KX/KMUTT

Bangkok has two international airports, Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK) which handles the bulk of long-haul international traffic and is some distance out of town, and Don Mueang International Airport (DMK) which handles low-cost carriers and is a bit closer to town.

Here is some informal information about taking a taxi from Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK): "A public (metered) taxi will cost about 500 Baht, including toll costs to come to the main KMUTT campus or near the venue KX Building. Note that there is a 50 Baht surcharge for taking a taxi from the airport and the passenger needs to pay all tolls. Actually, it's a good way to break a large bill by paying toll with it and getting change. After arriving at the airport make your way to the first floor (one floor down after exiting the luggage area) and use the automated machines to obtain a queue ticket for the taxi. There is a surcharge for a larger taxi that can hold more luggage; follow the appropriate sign for the correct queue." For more information refer to this guide on Suvarnabhumi Airport Taxi Service.

From Don Mueang International Airport (DMK) the fare to get to your hotel or to KX/KMUTT is lower, and should be in the vicinity of 200-300 Baht. For more information refer to this guide on Don Mueang Airport Transportation.

SIM Cards

When at the airport you may get a local SIM card for up to 7 days, at least for data usage, as the cost is really reasonable (i.e. cheap). At Suvarnabhumi International Airport there are two booths along the aisles after exiting the luggage area on the way to the escalator/elevator (Gate 4) that goes to the first floor — AIS and True. At Don Mueang airport there should be similar facilities. In addition, SIM cards can be easily purchased at 7-11 stores.


There are numerous hotels in Bangkok that can be booked economically through popular booking sites such as,, etc. Most hotels near a station of the BTS Silom line will be convenient for reaching the symposium venue in a reasonably short time. The following hotels are recommended as they are near the symposium venue:


  • Grand Tower Inn Sathorn Bangkok


  • Sarasinee All Suites
  • Centre Point Silom Hotel Bangkok
  • Astera Sathorn Hotel


  • Shangri-La Hotel Bangkok

Places of Interest

Bangkok has numerous places of great interest to the visitor. The Grand Palace, Wat Pho and Wat Arun are among the top places to visit, but there is plenty more to see and do. It is recommended to so some reading prior to exploring Bangkok:


Symposium Banquet
Sortrel Restaurant

KX (Knowledge Exchange) Building
King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi,
110/1 Krung Thonburi Road, Banglamphulang,
Khlongsan, Bangkok 10600 Thailand

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