At Children’s Discovery Museum I, Chatuchak District: Mrs. Wallaya Wattanarat, Deputy Permanent Secretary for the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) inspected the renovation progress of Uniliver building at the Children’s Discovery Museum I that was abandoned and damaged. This building spaces cannot be used at its full potential and benefit. The BMA aims to increase capacity of this BMA Children’s Discovery Museum to be an informal learning source for children with quality and standard equaled to those in other countries under the conceptual idea of “Learning for Young Creative Minds”. This will create learning process for children on how to creatively think, analyze, and act by using effective technology and innovations on learning based on the conceptual idea of “Fun Learning in the World of Innovation”. Therefore, the BMA has implemented renovation project for this building so that children will have learning space for informal activities and seek more knowledge by themselves.
At present, the renovation has progressed 65 percent and is expected to complete in May 2021. It is anticipated that this building will become a new learning landmark of Bangkok that is fully equipped with advanced technology for people of all genders and ages, as well as the elderly and persons with disabilities to come for services and learning.