Thailand’s National Museum is the largest museum in Southeast Asia and covers a broad range of subjects, from historical surveys to...
Housed in a weathered colonial building that was the Royal Mint during the reign of Rama V, the National Gallery’s permanent exhibition...
Much of the drama that followed Thailand’s transition from monarchy to democracy has unfolded on this quiet riverside campus. Thammasat...
This vaguely Middle Eastern–themed bar represents the posh alter ego of Th Khao San. There’s live music, lounges for puffing on shisha,...
This cosy cafe has moved – a door down – and now serves Mexican food in addition to authentic coffee drinks, hearty breakfasts and...
2 Th Ratchini · interesting places nearby
National Theatre information
The National Theatre holds performances of kŏhn (masked dance-drama based on stories from the Ramakian, the Thai version of the Ramayana) at 2pm on the first and second Sundays of the month from January to March and July to September, and lá·kon, Thai dance-dramas, at 2pm on the first and second Sundays of the month from April to June and October to December.