In Bangkok, Thailand's museums are as numerous as the stars. This one was discovered by passing and is completely free of charge. You can register at the front desk. The museum is small in size and has three buildings. It belongs to a private museum. The owner was an architect, the hostess was a teacher, and left a big house. Later generations built the sign of the entrance to the museum and the building in the courtyard. There was also a big garden in which a beautiful woman was reading. The life scene of the owner at that time and their living utensils were preserved in such a complete way, as if there was a kind of traversing back to the 1950s and 1960s. The feeling of Thailand is very refreshing.
A warm Bangkok local musem with plenty things to explore! I have recently visited the location and felt that the architecture and atmosphere are really nice, It bring back the nostalgic feeling of Bangkok. The museum caretaker are also all nice as they really welcome you with warm feeling plus giving you an insight knowledge. I also have to give a big thanks to Wayfarers tour company to create a very local route and lead me here. It was just a wonderful day with a uniqe feeling!!
A small museum in downtown Bangkok is a museum converted from real residential buildings. It belongs to a wealthy family. The family is deeply acquainted with it. First, the hostess gets up early and loses her husband. She maintains the family by herself. The middle class family has a good life. Finally, the house is not inherited. The government collects it and changes it to a museum.
273 Shilongjun 43rd Street, Shilongjun Military Road, Sipiye District, Laohe County, Bangkok. It reflects Bangkok's middle class lifestyle from 1937 to 1957, with an interesting corner for the old kitchen. These three wooden houses surrounded by bushes and flowers depict the history of Bangkok in the 1950s and 1960s.