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Baan Kudichin Museum

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Baan Kudichin Museum

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271 Soi Kudichin 3, Thetsaban Sai 1 Rd, Bangkok 10600 Thailand
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Half-Day Bangkok City Highlights Small-Group Tour with Lunch

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See the top sights in Bangkok without the hassle of navigating the city’s hectic streets by booking a guided tour that takes you to attractions such as Wat Pho, the Grand Palace, and Chinatown. Ideal for busy travelers who want to see the main attractions in one day, this tour covers your admission to each site so you don’t waste time booking individual tickets.
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ontheroadmaryg wrote a review Apr 2020
London, Canada144 contributions48 helpful votes
Our private guide took us through the Portuguese old quarters of Bangkok. Such a unique and off the beaten path. Not touristy at all. This museum/restaurant is a key stop in any tour of this area. Lovely cool courtyard, great stop for a drink. The museum is within this old villa and has lots of interesting artifacts .
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Date of experience: January 2020
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aandlkch wrote a review Feb 2020
Kuching, Malaysia287 contributions138 helpful votes
Google Maps helped us find this museum as it is hidden in a small soi off to one side of the church, but we thought it was worth finding. It seems a surprise to find a Portuguese community in the midst of the city of Bangkok! The exhibits show a wide range of family furniture and belongings across generations. We found it particularly interesting as we have visited Portugal several times. Also the exhibits included many personal items from the owner's time in London, where we used to live. A well-curated collection, well worth seeking out. Afterwards you can sit in the garden and relax with a coffee or a cold drink.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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FennyGrochocki wrote a review Nov 2019
Dubai, United Arab Emirates116 contributions62 helpful votes
A lovely place to cool down and relax after walking around the Kudhichin community. It was an old Portuguese house that being converted into cafe and souvenir store located on 1st floor and free entry for museum that located on 2nd floor.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Roger J wrote a review Nov 2019
Bangkok, Thailand49 contributions17 helpful votes
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Hugely impressed with the quality and content of the museum. Beautifully curated (both Thai and English) with interesting and relevant artifacts. Well worth a visit and "kudos" to the two sisters who explained how they had established and are maintaining the museum - lovely attached coffee shop and small souvenir shop. Well worth a visit. Take the MRT to Sanam Chai and a short walk to the river ferry crossing (6 THB). Baan Kudichin Museum is along a small Soi as the side of Santa Cruz Church.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Fly high wrote a review Oct 2019
Colombo, Sri Lanka514 contributions57 helpful votes
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Loved this museum during a visit to Bangkok’s Portuguese Qtr. The Museum is located along a tiny Soi adjacent to Santa Cruz Church. It has been set up by a family whose ancestors are the original Portuguese settlers in this location. The museum has lots of interesting historical facts about the arrival of Portuguese to Siam and their influence in present day Thailand which is fascinating. You’ll be surprised to know that somethings considered quintessentially “Thai” was actually introduced. The museum also houses a lovely cafe with indoor and outdoor seating and serves some traditional eats. Great way to take a break. The souvenir shop has lots of interesting locally made handicraft at very reasonable prices. Because the museum is free to enter its nice way to give something back to support the upkeep.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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