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We visited this private museum yesterday. Peter, who showed us around, was full of enthusiasm and very knowledgeable. We met the owner at the beginning and at the end of the tour –what a lovely, quiet, unassuming man and what a tremendous achievement! We loved...More
Our visit to The Prasart Museum was the highlight of our trip! It is done by appointment, so there are no crowds to contend with. We also had a very funny and engaging guide in Peter. We toured the entire estate with its magnificent buildings...More
If you really want to know about Thai culture, visit this museum; you will have to make an appointment, as only few visitors are allowed at the same time and a guide is assigned to every group of visitors.
The visit takes about 2 hours....More
Tucked away off a side road, this museum is well worth the effort to visit. Taxis are the easiest way to get there & it is only a couple of minutes walk to a main road to hail a taxi once you are done. The...More
This enchanted garden with its amazing temples that have been lovingly restored by Mr. Prasart and his team, is one of the most amazing sites in Southeast Asia. The globe-trotting Mr. Prasart spotted the loss of Thailand's decorative and religious treasures four decades ago and...More
You need to book your visit in advance, you can't just turn up to this private museum but it is well worth the effort and journey to get there. Set in its own lush gardens with various buildings, each representing a different architectural style or...More
When you turn off the road headed to the entrance to the Prasart Museum if is a different world. Expansive mansions behind heavy foliage, glimpses of prestige cars, no one on foot.
Then the Prasart encompassing three different gates and peaceful gardens inside plus an...More
Wonderful visit… a very special place indeed, khun Prasart is an amazing art collector and a man of vision… If you want to get away from the crowds and head for an art oasis in Bangkok, this is the place to go.
Mr. Peter was very knowledgeable about the collection and all the many buildings. Mr. Prasart has this museum with his lifetime collection (many buildings with different styles). It houses prehistoric artifacts, Buddha images, statues of Brahman gods, pottery, Thai furniture, Thai paintings and Thais and...More
Mr. Prasart has put together a cultural museum of structures, art, and artifacts. He began as a collector, and he continues to add to his museum. He commissions artists to create reproductions of architectural and art pieces to keep the old traditions alive.