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Well worth the effort to come here! We came by this establishment quite by accident as part of a cycling tour. The kids loved the setting, although sadly there was no puppet show and there were renovations when we were there. Fun to feed the...More
This was one of our top items to see while in Bangkok, but we knew it would not be easy to locate or any guarantee that the puppet show would perform during our visit. It was our lucky day and it was so worth the...More
Good place for anyone who wants to avoid crowd and noisy. They always have Thai puppet show at 2 pm for free ( not everyday. You should make a call first because someday they go out for showing outside, you can find the number from...More
Not easy to go but not hard either!
You can take public transportation; BTS Talad Plu and take taxi then have a long walk to experience the houses by canal.
It's worth to be there as you will meet with the local life and one...More
It's worth the effort to find this place. The trek itself can be quite a journey and the reward of finally getting there pays off. The shops are food stalls are unique and authentic. The crafts for sale at the art house itself were some...More
Spent a wonderful afternoon here. I took public transport and some serious walking (and some serious local food sampling along the way); google maps kindly gave exact route to follow. Note : arrive about an hour earlier to enjoy the atmosphere before the show. I...More
I like the place and I'm almost a local! Yes, it's worth the trip (close to the BTS station of Thalat Phlu (motorcycle or taxi)… It's very pleasant klong life, and you can also venture at the back there is a very old pagoda… It's...More
We walked there from the train (25 min) and learned it’s mostly small, unremarkable streets with narrow or non-existent sideways, so dodging motorbikes and cars in the beating sun got old. When we arrived at the house the show has been cancelled without explanation, surprising...More