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Baan Silapin, Bangkok

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#30 of 45 in Museums in Bangkok
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  • 40-50 minutes by boat from Bangkok from houses in the village. Converting an old House Gallery and Atelier, shop, and puppet theater did put decorated with. There's a small café where coffee is delicious and very difficult to see the show any day now (it's increasingly going gone) got to see Thai traditional puppet show. The Thai artists get together to work on being a place where you can actually see the drawing aspect. If the period of stay is long enough a half-day tour to Thailand just a good course.
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  • This Artist house should be on your list to visit, even you are an independent traveler. Not that hard to find. If youre taking a Bts get off at wong wiyan and take a taxi for about less than hundred ...  more »
  • Artist's home is located on the inside of the House is divided into 3 sections below as the exhibits are photos.
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  • Such a amazing place. Got to know the real and peaceful life of Thai people who lives in the riverside. This place includes several complex temples (some are dating back to the Ayutthaya period, giving a beautiful historical scene) and most importantly - The Artist Village. Explore by yourself and you wont regret it. Tip: remember to arrive before 2pm. A perfect escape from touristy Bangkok and experience the tradition.
  • Back in time on golden days. Nearly whole architecture are archaic but well-preserved. Nice to linger in the morning.
  • Worth half a day to visit one of the few places in Bangkok that are not overcrowded, not totally commercial and artificial. Meet reall artists and stroll along the khlong (canal) to see a really unique Bangkok neighbourhood. It's a bit small, so don't think you can fill out more than 2-3 hours with this activity, except you want to chill and hang out at the canal or in one of the cafes or restaurants.
  • A real gem... great food, coffe, food and some interesting artsy souvenirs. Don't miss the whole area around if you are into wandering around little local sois. Deff recomended!
  • This is a beautiful place to visit. Just on the canal you can see how thai people live on the waters edge. The people who reside here are super friendly and aren't trying to push sales on you like in Bangkok city. There's fish food here, and if you throw it in the river masses of catfish will devour it. Its very entertaining. I only have videos of this otherwise I'd share. Definitely recommend to anyone wanting more than shopping

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