Discover Bang Lamphu local hidden gems and disappearing craftmanship, dress up in vintage Thai costume and learn how to play Thai musical instrument
Enjoy a private trip and learn about Bang Lamphu neighbourhood, the hollywood of the past. Take a once in a lifetime opportunity to dress up in vintage traditional Thai costume and learn how to play traditional Thai musical instrument with the master. Explore local hidden gems, enjoy local Thai food, beautiful temple and disappearing Thai craft.
- Learn about Bang Lamphu neighbourhood and its living culture at Pipit Banglamphu museum which was Thailand’s first Printing School
- Visit Phra Sumen Fort, one of the two remaining fort in Bangkok.
- Enjoy a pleasant walk and see nice view of Chao praya river at Santi Chai Prakarn park
- Have fun dressing up in traditional Thai costumes at a one of the oldest Thai music house which has been actively engaged in preservation of Thai music throughout several generations. Members include royal musicians and the princess’ teacher
- Learn how to play traditional thai musical instrument with the master or traditional Thai dance
- Enjoy local Bang Lamphu special dish, so delicious!
- Visit the magnificent Bowonniwet temple, the royal buddhist monastery of the Dhammayut tradition. Where many royal princes studied and served their monkhood, including king Rama IX. Explore the beautiful architecture of Thai, western-colonial and Chinese styles.
- Visit the first and oldest nielloware maker (since 1932) and the local artisans. The neilloware is often a precious collectible and souvenir for foreign governmental and royal guests (only available on weekday)