Art Galleries in Bangkok

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Art Galleries in Bangkok

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  • Denise L
    2 contributions
    Great hippy market with reasonably priced vintage and second hand wears. Stall holders arent pushy and speaks enough english. We went at 6-7 pm on a Tuesday. Not that many stalls there, also no performances as some have mentioned I suspect there's be lot more on weekends. Cool artworks and fancy toilet block !

    The plane is so cool, tho you can't go in unless you're a patron at the restaurant. At 1500b a head, we gave it a miss

    We took a grab from Siam. Cost about 150-200b, sometimes the surge could push it up to 800b.
    Written September 26, 2023
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  • Joe
    Budapest, Hungary3,378 contributions
    Cafe located in a kinda warehouse arty area. Perfect place to sit and chill. Joined a meetup and it was a great spot to chat and chill.

    Flat white was fantastic and service was on point. It's a stone throw from Si Phrya pier and Icon Siam mall
    Written August 6, 2022
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  • AS76
    Bangkok, Thailand90 contributions
    Nice but not much shops inside, few of parking space. Limited of proper restaurant, only stall food.
    Written January 13, 2020
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  • Derk H
    1 contribution
    Very good value for money, the owner is a very nice and reliable guy. Every 3 Month I have to be in Bangkok and everytime I take a couple of linen shirts and trousers from there with me. Large collection of fabrics and colors to choose from.
    Derk , Vietnam
    Written February 15, 2024
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  • Kaushik G
    Mumbai, India4,068 contributions
    We had visited this art gallery located across the street from Wat Ratchanatdaram(Loha Prasat) during our vacation in Bangkok. Entrance tickets are priced at 50 baht per person. The gallery has 4 floors and many beautiful paintings. There is a beautiful painting of the queen in the ground floor of the gallery. We had a very good time checking out the paintings and clicking pictures.

    Written November 15, 2019
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  • Jantine A
    Amersfoort, The Netherlands9 contributions
    Food is really good, friendly staff and the location is great, right at the water. Definitely go here after your visit to the Jim Thompson House to have a beer & a bite!
    Written January 13, 2020
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  • Namcy C
    Bangkok, Thailand166 contributions
    This might be helpful :
    For non-member, donation of 100 Baht is a must.
    Also you can't take the photo inside the building.
    This is a one-story building and this place has all kind of books
    (Children literature, fiction, biography, history, travel and culture etc.)
    Though in my opinion, the books are not much as I expected.
    The architecture is beautiful and worth visiting as not many libraries in Thailand look like this.Plus due to few people in this place, it is a good place to work or read something. Apart from the traffic outside, it is very quiet.
    Written December 9, 2018
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  • Tai_Bangkok
    Bangkok, Thailand9 contributions
    I went there with a friend to have a look at "Japanse creative exhibition". After finished with the exhibition we had walked to other stories. It has nice co-working spaces, private rooms, and a good selection of books. The place also has rooftop areas. Moreover, they are provided with some talks and workshops. I'm glad that Thailand has this venue and hope that there will be more like this.
    Written April 28, 2019
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  • ExpatDaze
    Bangkok, Thailand629 contributions
    A bit tricky to find if you're not familiar with Sathorn Soi 11.

    About a 20 minute walk from BTS Surasak, I think exit 3 walk to St. Louis Hospital/Church to soi 11, turn right and walk all the way down until you see the Shorthorn 11 sign on the right - quite a long walk, be patient.

    Anyway, I love this place and the people that occupy it. Artsy not pretentious. Fun not wild. Provocative not cliche. Excellent taste in art and music, sometimes live, and all well curated, I am assuming by Mike, the owner. Well prepared and plated food and a couple of bar tenders who take pride in their drinks.

    Great for a solo night, date night, friend's night and or the family too.
    Worth the find.

    Check it out.
    Written September 16, 2019
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  • Donny B
    Bangkok, Thailand438 contributions
    Bangkok CityCity Gallery is a cool place. The gallery itself have various selections of talented artists from all around. The owners are friendly and very down to earth. The place is walkable from MRT (subway) Suan Lumphini Station
    Written April 18, 2019
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  • Donny B
    Bangkok, Thailand438 contributions
    Subhashok The Arts Centre is a very interesting art space and considered to be one of the most outstanding Thai gallery in Bangkok. The place is quite deep inside Sukhumvit 39. The nearest BTS is Phromphong but it is quite a long walk. A cab or a motorcycle would be a good idea rather than walking in Bangkok's heat.

    The building itself are 3 storey and they have art exhibits from Local and International artists rotating every 1-2 months. People are lovely. Very well knowledge and extremely polite.
    Written April 27, 2019
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  • Anton Kunin
    Paris, France82 contributions
    The collection of this museum is remarkable. I also liked the welcoming I received: I was taken around by a museum employee who was very polite and even gave me some explanations on the works of art. It's also interesting how this museums sits on top of offices: it's all one building dedicated to both offices and museum space. And, last but not least, it's free. It is true that it's far away from everything, but the taxi ride was worth it!
    Written September 7, 2020
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  • Peter A
    Nathalia, Australia462 contributions
    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.
    Written July 3, 2018
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  • V M
    6 contributions
    I usually, but not always, find people more interesting than art. So if you get an invite to an opening do not skip it. They attract a diverse and lively crowd ... from earnest young Thai artists to demented architects visiting from HCMC. Sometimes the exhibits absorb my attention enough to return for second, third or fourth visit. But its still the openings that I enjoy the most.
    Written February 12, 2019
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  • Leru S
    144 contributions
    Very impressive private collection of Thai erotic art, including some modern and some real antique exhibits. It's huge, took us a while to finish it. Definitely worth it!
    Written March 4, 2020
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