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Charan Sanit Wong 3 Road. | Khu Ha sawan, Pha Sicharoen, Bangkok 10160, Thailand
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Reviewed 19 March 2018 via mobile

I am here right now (Mon 19/03/18) and this is definitely the highlight, as well as the most amazing place I have visited in a ling time...as already mentioned by fellow travellers before me... If in Bangkok forget everything, find some time to visit the...More

Thank Surzen
Reviewed 12 July 2017 via mobile

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 baht to get there, follow...More

1  Thank Mathilda20
Reviewed 10 May 2017

This is a 200 year old traditional Thai Artist house, renovated and kept alive to meaningfully engage young men and women of the community and revive traditional Thai art. It is a 2-storey teak house right on top of the Khlong (canal) and very scenic....More

1  Thank AtulaA
Reviewed 9 April 2017

If you consider yourself a hipster, a fan of retro stuff, the Artist House worths your visit for sure! Here is a good start to learn Thai tradition. The puppet show starts at 2pm every day except for Wed without charge. It would be great...More

Thank Jenny H
Reviewed 31 January 2017

Traditonal thai puppet theater is something that is hard to find nowadays and even most of my thai friends living in Bangkok dont know much about it. The training for the young guys is grim; every movement of the puppets has to be synchron to...More

1  Thank HenryGTe
Reviewed 2 December 2016

We visited the artists house as part of our Canal tour with Pandan (see separate review) and it was very much a highlight. The house itself is an old 2 story teak house and gives a good idea of the old bangkok. The upstairs rooms...More

1  Thank stuffmatters
Reviewed 2 June 2016

I visited The Artist House or Baan Silapin after i heard about it from my sister who lives in Bangkok. A must visit if you like an arty laid back ambiance and want to spend a quiet day away from the hustle and bustle of...More

3  Thank gats2014
Reviewed 29 April 2016 via mobile

Took my summer esl students hete on a field trip and the absolutely loved it. We god to watch an artistic puppet show, feed fish and eat great food.

Thank Numair S
Reviewed 15 March 2016

This is absolutely a must visit place if you go to Bangkok. Although is far from the center of the city but worth to try. The artist house or Baan Silapin is a unique riverside house with a nice ambience of old canal and local...More

2  Thank Ajreeng
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