Vintage house becomes a hub for art and learning – Bangkok Post

by Supoj Wancharoen

Built in 1899, the vintage residence of Chao Phraya Thammasakmontri, known as the father of modern Thai education­, still retains its charm. The house is located in Nang Loeng neighbourhood in Pomprap…

The house, which belongs to the descendants of Chao Phraya Thammasakmontri, opened to the public in February under the new name of “Bangkok 1899”.

The project was officially launched on Feb 19. The garden area around the house is also open to the general public for various activities, art exhibitions and related activities…

Reblogged from the Bangkok Post

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