If there’s one place that really got me hooked when I visited Bangkok, it’s the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre.
I can proudly say it’s the best on my list of things to do in Bangkok.
It was not even on my Bangkok itinerary so it ended up as one of those serendipitous travel moments.
Seriously though, it was like entering the gates of heaven with its 9-floor building featuring contemporary arts, ranging from handicrafts to paintings and installations.
I’m so in love with the interior—it’s architecturally photogenic, leaving me teary-eyed. The spiral walkway made me feel like I’m in the movies.
I also love how they change exhibits every now and then, so you probably won’t see the same artworks I posted here when you come to visit.
I must have spent about three hours walking around the building. These are some of my favorite artworks:
But not only that—cafes, bookshops, craft shops, and an art library are also available inside. I loved all the stationery, it was so hard to choose.
What more can an artist ask for? I could stay in this building forever.
The best part of it all? Entrance to the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre is free.
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre is open from 10 AM to 9 PM so there’s no excuse not to visit it if you’ve got spare time. It’s located at 939 Rama 1 Road, Wangmai, Pathum Wan, Bangkok, which is really close to the MBK Mall.
I swear it’s one of those museums you definitely wouldn’t want to miss.