Making conversation and connections for more than 60 years

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Restaurant, Bar and Function space available

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The Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Thailand

The Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Thailand (FCCT) is Southeast Asia’s oldest Press Club. We have been providing international and local media, expatriates, and Thais a place to gather, socialize, and discuss current affairs for more than 60 years. The Club regularly holds events at the clubhouse that are all open to the public. The FCCT offers memberships to not only foreign and local journalists, but also associate memberships for individuals that are not affiliated with any media organizations. Membership in the FCCT is reasonably priced at no more then 4,500 Baht annually (with a 1,000 Baht registration fee for your first year of membership). FCCT membership offers numerous benefits, including but not limited to, access to FCCT sponsored events for free, and a 25% discount on food and beverage at the Club Bar & Restaurant. The FCCT clubhouse is conveniently located just off of the Chitlom BTS station on the Penthouse floor of the Maneeya Center. From the rooftop balcony the Clubhouse offers views of the Bangkok skyline, and the Royal Bangkok Sports Club’s racecourse and golf course.


Tuesday Burger & Pint Special

The Deal

For the low price of only 249 Baht, you can have a burger and a pint of Heineken or Chang.


Friday Night Drink Special

The Deal

You can enjoy a drink of Barcadi Rum, Absolut Vodka, Gordon's Gin, or Johnnie Walker Red with a mixer for the low price of only 89 Baht.

Upcoming Events

The FCCT prides itself for being one of Thailand's most respected venues for holding open debates about current events. We usually hold panel discussions on Wednesday nights at 7pm. The entry fee for non-members is 450 baht

Featured Photo Exhibit

PATANI SEMASA is an exhibition that reflect on Patani’s contemporaneity. Known today as the provinces of Pattani,Yala, Narathiwat, and parts of Songkla, the history of Patani region spans from the Hindu-Buddhist kingdom of “Langkasuka” to “Patani darussalam.”

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