Learning society is a key to sustainable economic development, which leads to a good quality of life. Thailand Knowledge Park, also known as TK Park, was established on June 18, 2004, as a creative learning organization under the Office of Knowledge Management and Development (Public Organization). Its library was opened to the public on January 24, 2005, and is located on the eighth floor of Central World Shopping Centre with an area of 3,700 square meters. It is designed to be a “prototype” of a knowledge hub for children and the public. In addition to the fully-equipped facilities and virtual accessibility, it provides “ongoing,” “diverse,” and “respond to need” reading activities and learning workshops to nurture the lifelong pursuit of knowledge. To fulfil its mission “to Build the Innovative Future Learning Ecosystem,” TK Park also works in collaboration with outside organizations like government agencies and private sectors to hold learning activities and workshops in Bangkok and to expand the prototype network in other areas of Thailand. It has currently formed partnerships with 42 organizations throughout the country. TK Park has become, and strives to remain, a crucial ingredient in children and adolescents’ lifelong learning experiences that drive Thailand towards a “learning society”.