M.R. Kukrit Pramoj (1911-1995) was an important writer, lecturer and statesman and served as the prime minister of Thailand. His legacy is this complex of five teak houses that used to be his home. They are an astonishing example of traditional Thai architecture, with the oldest teak home more than one hundred years old. The surrounding garden plays an important role in the design of the property, as that's the glue holding the different houses together.
19 Soi Phra Phinit
Nearest Transit: Chong Nonsi BTS Station (Lines: Silom)
+66 2 286-8185
M.R. Kukrit's Heritage Home and Nearby Attractions on Map
State Tower(1.8 km)
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Jewelry Trade Center(1.5 km)
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Chamchuri Square(1.5 km)
China Resources Tower(2.6 km)
Empire Tower(0.4 km)
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Bangkok Seashell Museum(1.7 km)
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