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Created by Sakul Intakul, an internationally-renowned Thai floral artist, The Museum of Floral Culture is Bangkok’s new tourist’s attraction especially developed for those who love floral arts and those who are interested in Thai art and culture...more
Hours Today: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
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315 Samsen Road Soi 28, | Yaek Soi Ongkarak 13, Dusit,, Bangkok, Thailand
There are nothing special in the museum but the tea shop is nice and tasty , the place ( outside) are nice and beautiful , i dont think you have to buy ticket to go inside the museum , really nothing there ,
Stunning old house with beautiful garden. Tasty food and drinks. Such a unique place to visit in Bangkok. I had a tour around the house and saw incredible work by the talented owner. The place is a feast for your eyes, even the food and...More
Dropped by its newly open cafe, Botanical Cafe, to see how it is. Only a few choices for food and dessert. Not wow but enjoyable. The service was pretty slow. Waited for like half an hour and just to find out that they have forgotten...More
I had the extreme fortune of meeting Sakal when I visited yesterday that just topped an already super visit. It's a quiet calm oasis in the center of this bustling metropolis, a lovely 2 hour relaxing visit with a guided tour of the history of...More
A romantic venue set in a beautiful home adorned with flowers & lush gardens. I went for dinner, where there was only an exclusive arrangement for just 3 to 4 tables. The whole dining theme was floral, which aroused all the senses from the visual,...More
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 in a gorgeous old teak wood villa. The entrance fee of...More
This place is a little hard to find and there is only parking for about three cars. We were the only ones there taking the tour. The tour is a house which was changed to a floriculture museum. To tell you the truth I’d be...More
The museum offers 3 things. One, the chance to get to know the cultures and history of traditional floral works of Thai and neighboring countries i.e. India, Indonesia, China. Two, there's also workshops for those who want to learn making floral works, pendants, bouquets, etc....More