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12 Sukhumvit Soi 1 Khlongtoey Nuea, Wattana, Bangkok 10110 Thailand
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Chef designed Bangkok Food Tour for 8 Exclusive Guests
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Chef designed Bangkok Food Tour for 8 Exclusive Guests

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Forge a deeper connection to Thai cuisine during a Bangkok food tour that’s designed by a professional chef. Receive personalized attention in a small group of eight food lovers as you stray from the beaten path and sample several traditional Thai dishes in Bangkok. Plus, your guide provides personalized recommendations to last the rest of your trip.
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Peter A wrote a review Jul 2018
Nathalia, Australia463 contributions83 helpful votes
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The Sombat Permpoon Gallery is a wonderful place for Art lovers to spend an hour or two when in Bangkok, the owner and staff are welcoming and friendly, you are encouraged to browse the extensive range of Thai Art on display, all the Art is for sale, ranging from low priced pieces any tourist can afford to high priced works by well known Thai Artists.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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drjsaleh wrote a review Oct 2015
Manama, Bahrain3,693 contributions382 helpful votes
You can miss this gallery while walking that street it is on it. It has a large collection of paintings. So if you are an art collector or a paintings lover just go for it.
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Date of experience: October 2015
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Barbara Y wrote a review Mar 2015
Zambia87 contributions29 helpful votes
There are hundreds of paintings both large and small by Thai artists to rummage through. And some lovely sculptures as well. It is a very large gallery and there are special exhibits on the second floor as well. It is easy to get there from the BTS Sukumvit line. Get off at the Phloen Chit station and look for Soi 1. The gallery is not very far down the Soi. There isn't much modern art. If you are looking for that a good place to go to is MOCA, (Museum of Contemporary Art).
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Date of experience: March 2015
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Joel R wrote a review Dec 2014
Dubai, United Arab Emirates7 contributions3 helpful votes
We came across this wonderful Art gallery while staying at the Ariasomvilla. Would recommend you budget in at least 2 hours to go through their offering. If you're like me its much faster when you rummage through it yourself rather than have the staff bring them out piece-by-piece (although they're ever willing to). Unfortunately for us, we didn't have enough time to properly visit it on our maiden journey this summer so addressed it properly on this leg and ended up with an absolute stunner. You wont find Chatuchat (Weekend market) quality or prices here. A lot of the art (paintings) on display is truly worth your time and the staff is just precious. For Art lovers everywhere, this place is a must see and a true hidden gem when in Thailand !
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Date of experience: November 2014
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