This collection of three wooden houses illustrates an often-overlooked period of Bangkok’s history, the 1950s and ’60s The main building...
Thavibu is an amalgam of Thailand, Vietnam and Myanmar (Burma). The gallery specialises in contemporary paintings by younger and...
Number 1 Gallery
This relatively new gallery has featured the attention-grabbing contemporary work of Thai artists such as Vasan Sitthiket, Sutee...
A former bank vault with a Chinatown opium den vibe, secret passageways and lounging women in silk dresses; with all this going on, it’s...
Hidden in a nondescript alleyway is Naaz (pronounced 'Nát'), a tiny shophouse restaurant serving some of the city’s richest kôw mòk gài ...
Indian Hut information
Lonely Planet review
Despite the fast-food overtones in the name and logo, this long-standing restaurant is classy and popular with visiting business people. The emphasis is on northern Indian cuisine, including excellent flatbreads, tandoor-baked meats and homemade paneer in a tomato and onion curry.