Thaniya Tower B

When large Japanese companies were looking at Thailand for business expansion opportunities, they needed the right facilities and infrastructure. That’s when the Sumitomo Realty Group met Dr. Prasert and Dr. Yada Sombuntham. A friendly relationship ensued between the two entities, and soon they became partners. Dr. Prasert and Sumitomo combined to build the first Thaniya Building in 1970. The first tenants were Sumitomo Trading and Bank of Tokyo. Soon they were joined by other Japanese companies, golfing shops, bookshops and restaurants. This building was refurbished in 2006, and the structure now connects with Bangkok’s ultra-efficient Sky Train and is presently known as Thaniya BTS Building.

Features & Facilities:

No. of stories: 11 stories
Rentable area: 7,035 sq.m.
Office floor plate: 55-1,025 sq.m.
Ceiling height: 2.6 m.
Office location: 5th – 11th floor


3 Passenger Lifts and 1 Service Lift

Security system:

Security turnstile gates at the entrance

24 live hours security services

CCTV at public areas

Fire alarm system

Smoke detectors and sprinklers

A/C system:

Variable Refrigerant Volume (VRV) – Daikin


Leased line internet
Fiber optic


Via Silom and Suriyawongse Roads
BTS Saladaeng and MRT Silom Stations


G – 4th Floor: Authentic Japanese Restaurants and Retail shop