M.R. Kukrit’s House is located right in downtown Bangkok, and can be found on Sathon Road. It is a heritage museum that has a lot of history surrounding it. Many museum lovers will certainly enjoy what it has to offer.
Inside the Museum
Visitors to the museum can expect to see five teak houses. Some of these homes are over one hundred years old. Guests can also see the reception hall, which was once used for receptions, banquets and ceremonies that were religious in nature. In the center of the museum there is a raised platform that was once used for dancers who performed Thai Khon dance. Omate masks that the dancers would wear can be found on the nearby shelves. Other interesting items and artifacts, such as old Buddhists scriptures, can be found within.
Hours of Operation
Guests can visit the museum any day of the week; however, you will not be able to get into the museum after 4 PM. The museum opens its doors at 10 AM. The museum is typically busy, regardless of the time of day, so it is highly recommended that you visit the museum as early as possible. This will give you plenty of time to see everything that the museum has to offer, regardless of how busy it is.