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The Samphanthawong Museum traces the history of early Chinese immigrants in Bangkok, their contribution to the city and the growth of Chinatown on Yaowarat.
The Samphanthawong Museum traces the history of early Chinese immigrants in Bangkok, their contribution to the city and the growth of Chinatown on Yaowarat. Pictures and text in Thai and English present an overview of this ethnic group. There are pictures showing what Sampheng Lane looked like 100 years ago. An interesting museum if you want to get a deeper understanding of the area.
Song Wat Rd, Bangkok, Thailand
+66 2 233-3216
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