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The Museum of Floral Culture, Bangkok
(3.8/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • 10/10 most people see like floral, a bouquet, a beautiful flower arrangement or a beautiful flower creation. The museum is located in a beautiful colonial villa with history in the shadow of the Royal Palace. Sakul (electro engineer by training) here makes beautiful créaties. In his house you get a tour of the history and créaties of bouquets, flower arrangements and large créaties. He has the honor to design beautiful pieces for the Royal Palace, here you can see the design drawings, photographs and replicas of. Tea and fine pastries on the terrace are a must. You can also buy beautiful books about the work of Sakul. It appears that the world is small, international florists they know each other very well Henri Paul Daniel Belgium.
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  • Unfortunately this museum is quite unknown to most tourists. It was set up by a famous floral art master from Thailand who has worked on many domestic and international events. The museum is located i...  more »
  • Far from the city center, he must take the boat to the pier 18 and then walk (25 minutes in a very nice and shopping street part) up to the very nice house which houses a... tea room. Because we must recognize it this place is interesting for its tearoom on a terrace with a delicious tea with Sweet Thai presented nicely. The Museum part is quite boring because no flowers fresh, posters, dried flowers, black and white photos, a guide who recites mechanically and does not really offer information interesssantes. Fortunately the House itself and its architecture (garden) is interesting. Small garden: it's amazing what a picture of website can lie: we expect a park horticultural is a tiny garden! If you're in the area or if you already know Bangkok very well you can make the Museum a "tea room" stage very nice and somewhat out of time, otherwise it doesn't really not worth moving. For the return we took a tuk tuk (20 baht) to the boat. It was one of the Nice aspects of the visit.
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  • 150B tour in English was hard to understand and seemed like guide was running on autopilot. Ok exhibit inside but don't feel like I learned nearly as much as I could have. No pictures allowed. Really only follows southeast and East Asian floral history and still seems like selective interpretation.
  • I love it, beautiful. There is also salon du the to have some afternoon tea
  • The garden is beautiful. Tea set is nice but pricey. Collection is small but the intricate flower garlands display are interesting and unique. Tour could be a bit livelier.
  • Collection is too little ti call museum but building and garden is worth to visit.
  • The fee is a bit high for a short walk and short description.