Six Thai wooden houses aging over 200 years were combined into one complex with elegant interior design and rare decor collection of antiques, fabrics and furniture. It's magnificent old houses wi...
The entrance fee including guided tour (multiple languages to choose from) is THB150 for both locals and foreigners. Under 22 years old is THB70. Very good guided tour. Nice house. But the guide did n...
In the beginning of our trip in town we just spotted the house from the long-tailed boat and we managed to organize a visit only the day before our departure. Having our english guide was fruitful and...
We wanted to go somewhere else besides shopping and eating while in Bangkok. After reading about it, we decided to visit the Jim Thompson museum. Entrance price is reasonable - 200 baht for adults ab...
Jim Thompson, a practical American architect, bought a home in Thailand after the end of World War II and successfully promoted the Thai silk industry. After the strange disappearance in Malaysia in 1967, the Thai garden in Bangkok was left, and today there is the Jim Thompson Museum. The Jim Thompson House is situated on the banks of the Saen Saeb Canal. This exquisite pink building is made of teak. The small building is surrounded by a green tree, and the window is sunny and the flowers are fragrant. The combination of traditional Thai architecture and fresh rural scenery highlights the unique charm of the combination of Chinese and Western. The second floor is a collection of decorative wall hangings from Jim Thompson from different Buddhist temples. Just like ancient murals. These wall hangings tell the Buddha's past and present life, as well as the spiritual journey of his meditation.
Thompson Thai Private Villa is a great private museum.
Tickets 30 RMB has a 35-minute tour.
Local international schools and foreigners come to the place,
the country is not a lot.
There are professional lecturers from China, Japan, Britain and Russia.
Take you from inside to outside, from top to bottom,
every room is explained in one by one.
There is a free umbrella for guests in the rainy days,
does not affect the park.
Day is strongly recommended here!
Thompson, an American, is a practical architect who served in the US Army. After World War II, he came to Thailand to buy a home, promoted the Thai silk, and successfully sold it to the Western market. Later, he disappeared and left behind. A Thai garden in Bangkok.
For Thompsons disappearance, there is no clue as to what happened to him that year. Prior to this, the warlock had speculated that he would have a robbery in his 60s. He suggested that he should not travel far, but he still chose to leave the house and go to the Malaysian Mullen Highlands. One afternoon, he went out for a walk alone. Appeared.
In 1976, the Thai government established the Thompson Foundation. The court appointed its fund managers, such as the fees paid by tourists, brand profits, will be used for various research, publishing, etc. Can apply for donations to them.
Just as there is always a virtuous woman behind all successful men, there is a great architect behind all the great buildings. The Jim Thompson House is a typical Thai private villa left over by Thompson and has been around for two centuries. It has the most famous Thai silk store in Thailand. It is also a Thai silk museum, and there are various artworks, such as home decorations and ceramics. Visiting the entire former residence, the design of various courtyards, the arrangement of furniture will give you a sense of feeling, an architect has a culture and taste, in order to make life into an art!
The Jim Thompson House is a cluster of buildings covered in greenery and the former home of Jim Thompson, an American silk entrepreneur and art collector. The entire building comprises a classic Thai-style garden. Thompson collected a variety of abandoned Thai houses and structures in central Thailand and reassembled them in 1959. Comprising six buildings, the exterior is centered around a red color, with the structure suspended over a small canal. There is a yard in the middle filled with flowers and plants—a beautiful sight to behold.