Other places of interest

wangpakkad-011Suan Pakkad Palace
The palace is located on Sri Ayudhya Road, easily accessible from BTS at Phyatai station. It contains their Royal Highness Prince and Princess Chumbhot of Nagara Svarga’s collection of antiquities. Antiques and pottery are displayed in eight Thai traditional houses. The Lacquer Pavilion stands in the main garden to the south of the compound. The Ban-Chiang Museum and Marsi Gallery are in the Chumbhot-Pantip Centre of Arts.

Admission Fee: Need to pay
Transportation : BTS, bus, taxi
For more information please visit their website:
http://www.suanpakkad.com/main_thai.php

Bangkok Zoo
Bangkok Zoo or Dusit Zoo is Thailand’s first public zoo, located in the Dusit district next to the Parliament house and Dusit Palace. Dusit Zoo is the home of a variety of animals ranging from monkeys, crocodiles, kangaroos, snakes, bears, tigers, zebras, penguins, birds, elephants, camels, and giraffes, over 1600 species of domestic and international animals. Besides animals, the zoo provides amusement facilities to entertain children and other activities such as a paddle ride and a sightseeing train. The Zoo also contains an animal hospital, a zoo museum and an educational centre.

Opening Hours: 08:00-18:00 Daily
Admission Fee: Need to pay
Transportation : Bus, taxi
For more information please visit their website : http://www.zoothailand.org

jolous-011Thai Puppet Show
Joe Louis Theatre
The theatre offers the fine art of Thai classical small puppet performance. It was awarded the “Best Traditional Performance Award” at the 10th World Festival of Puppet Art in Prague, Czech Republic in 2006. The Thai Classical Small Puppet Theater was founded by Master Sakorn Yangkiawsod (Joe Louis). Each show has been created with the beautiful and unique traditional Thai art form of puppetry and dance with puppeteers giving the puppets graceful, human-like movements. Visitors will enjoy seeing the performance in the prestigious Thai arts architectural theatre.
Please check show schedule and book your ticket
Website: http://www.joelouistheatre.com/eng/

hunkhlong-011Small Puppet Show at Khlong Bang Luang
Located at the Artist’s House or Baan Sinlapin, Charansanitwong Soi 3, in the quaint artist village at Khlong Bang Luang. The house is a traditional two-storey wooden building built beside the canal, displaying in its art gallery paintings, Thai handicrafts, souvenirs, postcards as well as puppet masks. Activities you can enjoy in the relaxed surrounding are feeding the fish, painting, sipping coffee at the coffee shop or seeing a puppet show. The show is an ancient Thai Traditional Puppet performance or Thai Mask Dance. The Small Puppet Show or Hun Lakorn Lek is performed daily.

Check show schedule and time at
Khlong Bang Luang Artist House
Soi 28, Wat Kuhasawan, Thonburi
T: 02- 868-5279 (081) 258 9260; (089) 125 3949
Open daily 09:00 to 18:00
Admission Fee: None
Transportation : Bus, Car, Taxi
For more information please visit their Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/prui.daran

asiatique-031Asiatique The Riverfront
Asiatique The Riverfront is a Bangkok’s first large-scale riverside community mall combining shopping, dining, sightseeing, activities and events under one place. There are more than 1,500 malls selling ultimate souvenir, fashionable cloths, textiles, accessories and home decor items.
With more than 40 restaurants, there are Thai, Chinese, Japanese, Italian and seafood dishes served all night. There are also elegant Thai Classical Dance and extravaganza Cabaret Show from Calypso Bangkok

For more information please visit their website:
http://www.thaiasiatique.com/index.php/en