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Located near two public transit stops and behind the Terminal 21 Mall this is a bit of old Thailand in the middle of the city.
It is a surprisinglyrics tranquil spot. It consists of a northern Thailand house and out buildings reconstructed for the Siam...More
Kamthieng House is located close to Central Terminal. It is a kind of oasis in the middle of the financial district and all the Skyscrapers and construction sites around.
It is a conglomerate of different wooden buildings from the northern area of Thailand. The houses...More
So close to all the busyness of downtown Bangkok this little museum gives a very good insight into the ways the Northern Thais used to live. The museum is based in the reconstruction of a traditional Northern Thai house. Entry is only THB 100 so...More
Conveniently located right next to the Sukhumvit MRT (and Asok BTS about 5 min walk away). Not crowded at all on a mid week afternoon. The museum comprises 2 typical Lanna style houses (main house and granary that are linked by a small bridge on...More
It’s right around the corner to Terminal 21 and anyone around the area should go visit!!
Beautifully preserved setting of what it was like hundreds of years ago. What was totally amazing is that this beautiful place is right in the busy center of Bangkok...More
Right amongst busy streets and hotels is this small northern Thai museum constructed from original houses moves from Chang Mai. 100Bht to learn a little about northern Thai communities in this quiet place was great value
This house museum shows a traditional northern Thai house in the heart of downtown Bangkok. It was a nice, peaceful history lesson during my trip. I really enjoyed the traditional songs being played at a couple of locations in the house. I thought the displays...More
A lovely way to share a bit of the history and the way of life of the Lan Na community. Consisting of the main house where the family eat, sleep, socialise, the cookhouse where they cook their meals and storehouse, the museum was well presented...More
While me and my travel buddy are waiting for our flight to go back home we've decided to find this old house within the city. We rode from BTS ( NANA Station) and to the next station only and from the big mall ( Terminal...More
Response from cynicalwitch | Reviewed this property |
It's open 9am-5pm. As for fee, I think it's nominally free, but they do encourage you to contribute to its upkeep. When I was there, the person in charge asked for a contribution/donation, which you put in a box at the... More
It's open 9am-5pm. As for fee, I think it's nominally free, but they do encourage you to contribute to its upkeep. When I was there, the person in charge asked for a contribution/donation, which you put in a box at the reception area. It wasn't much, as I recall. 20 baht, I think.