The Research on Creative and Cultural Districts in Thailand is commissioned by the British Council in September 2019 as part of the British Council’s South-East Asia regional Creative Hubs for Good programme, and written by researchers from Northumbria University, RMIT, and Bangkok University.

It studied four creative and cultural districts in Thailand, namely Charoenkrung, Songkhla Old Town, Chiang Mai, and Sakon Nakhon, taking a deep dive into the interlinks between Thai hubs and the neighbourhoods in order to examine how creative hubs respond to local needs, bringing about potential for social and economic advancement in their areas, and contributing to a growing, inclusive and sustainable creative economy. 

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