A huge part of the attraction of this homestead is the mystery around the disappearance of Jim Thompson, the man who 'introduced' silk to Thailand. But for me even more so was the beauty and absolute tranquility it has in this busy BUSY city. One has the chance to explore the garden on your own but the tour of the different original Thai buildings one has to do with a guide. In these one is not allowed to take pictures. These are some beautiful artifacts and the stories surrounding them are rich. There is also a restaurant and shop on the premises. The latter sells really exquisite clothing and gifts, something unique for someone special.
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