The old customs was established in the nineties of the nineteenth century to provide customs services for foreign businessmen who came to Thailand to trade. Our tour guide explained the history of some of the old customs buildings. The timber and staircases were beautiful. The upper floors were occupied by the local fire crew and their families.
It used to be a landmark building in Bangkok. Although it feels old now, it still has its commemorative significance.
If only I could pass by, it would be worn out. There's no need to come here on purpose.
It's not too big. Well, for now, it's certainly not enough.
The old buildings that look beautiful are very distinctive.
In the centre of the town, you have to walk here to and fro, facing a small square. It feels good to be surrounded by coffee drinks.
The old customs building used to be a landmark building in Bangkok, but now this one with a history of more than 100 years has become somewhat old due to its disrepair. Unlike the old customs buildings in Guangzhou, Shanghai and Wuhan, China, it still has a beautiful appearance. The former customs building seems to have a landmark, that is, the big clock, which was once attached to it. A building that looks at time in the vicinity.