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Once the residence of Princess Chumbhot of Nagor Svarga, one of Thailand’s leading art collectors, this lovely complex contains five traditional Thai houses, each featuring a collection of historic items and works of art.
All reviews musical instruments ban chiang thai houses jim thompson house phaya thai bts archaeological finds ancient pottery excellent history no photos allowed inside noisy bangkok hand fan on display king rama v thai history entrance fee two hours worth a visit
This palace belonged to Prince Chumbhotbongs Paribatra and has some magnificent antiques apart from the beautifully manicured gardens and lawns.If you want a rest from the hustle and bustle of Bangkok then this a place to rest and refresh.
It is not as known as other attractions, but right in the middle of Bangkok, that Museum offers a real treat for archeology, art and history lovers.
It also a great Oasis from the bustling noisy, Asian metropolis, right in the centre of it!
If you're looking to pass an hour or two then Suan Prakkad Palace should be on your list. It cost 100 baht to enter. They give you a fan if its hot. If you have a bag then you need to place it in a...More
This museum is very tranquil. It's made up of about 8 traditional connected Thai houses that use to be owned by a Prince of Thailand. Within the houses are collections of archaeology finds and contents from his house like silverware and glassware. Quite interesting and...More
I have read that some reviewers have complained of a lack of information. Perhaps we were just lucky (or perhaps the policy has changed) but one of the attendants, without any prompting from us, took us round the museum and gave us an interesting and...More
This place is interesting especially if you are interested in Thai history especially Rama 5 period. An oasis in the BKK city centre could easily be missed but possibly its more interesting to Thais than tourists. Many relics and artifacts on show but photo opportunities...More
Located near the Phaya Thai BTS and Airport Railink stations, the museum is an interesting place to visit to see well restored old traditional Thai buildings. These houses contains artefacts from the past. There is also an exhibition of the Ban Chiang archeological site, which...More
The teak houses were set in a verdant tropical garden, sandwiched between a busy highway and high rises. The palace museum could have been a joy to visit if only it was curated professionally. The vast array of stuff on display was excessive and it...More
This museum was perfect to bring your foreigner friends here. Not too big but still could show them our Thai tradition. I liked the teak wood houses. Also the location here is close to downtown. It would be more convenient if you have a car...More