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Bang Sai Royal Folk Arts and Crafts Centre

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Traditional crafts at good prices

We stopped here on the way home from Atuttuya. It is difficult to find the actual entrance to the... read more

Reviewed 13 May 2018
Winnipeg, Canada
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Hidden gem to buy handmade local Arts and Crafts goods and doing good!

If it wasn't for our personal travel guide recommendations 3 years ago we would have missed out... read more

Reviewed 4 December 2015
Los Angeles, California
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59 Moo 4 | Chang Yai, Bang Sai, Thailand
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Reviewed 13 May 2018 via mobile

We stopped here on the way home from Atuttuya. It is difficult to find the actual entrance to the craft center. We parked by the north east village but had to walk through a muddy area to get to the actual craft center. The signage...More

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Reviewed 25 February 2018 via mobile

We had visited this place many years ago and thought we’d call again when going to Bang-pa in on a day out from Bangkok. It seemed it had been deserted by all the tourists. We were alone in the big cafe for lunch And the...More

1  Thank Angelamacph
Reviewed 27 November 2016 via mobile

If you are looking for souvenir from hand crafts, this would be the place I recommended. As you can got such a variety of them starting from silk, bags, etc. It is also worth it to spend sometime to walk around to visit the school...More

Thank Tanners2521
Reviewed 7 August 2016

This was not well attended and it should be, seems setup for buses but did not see any. If you have a Thai speaker in your group you can wander through many different craft shops and get information from the artists. Crafts we saw were...More

Thank Don P
Reviewed 25 July 2016

About an hour's drive north from Bangkok, you can take the 3rd stage expressway all the way to the last exit at Bang Pa-In. Turn left off the expressway onto Highway 9 (the Western Outer Ring Road), and continue until you get to the bridge...More

1  Thank BangkokJock
Reviewed 10 April 2016

Gorgeous grounds and fascinating to watch glass sculpture and furniture making in progress. I imagine it would have been an even greater experience with everything open. April must be an off season, as the florin market was closed, and almost everything was deserted. Still, the...More

Thank allisonB6721NR
Reviewed 4 December 2015

If it wasn't for our personal travel guide recommendations 3 years ago we would have missed out visiting this amazing Arts and Crafts Centre. The Centre is huge, 14 acres, with a huge museum on one side - providing visitors with interesting information, exhibits showcasing...More

1  Thank FlyingPinkPanda
Reviewed 24 November 2015

We found some beautiful hand made ceramic plates & bowls for sale, prices from 100-400bht, which you cannot find anywhere else in Thailand. They sell a range of handmade items from clothing to utensils to ornaments. Highly recommend visiting here on your way to Ayutthaya...More

1  Thank wzahk
Reviewed 25 May 2015

We visited here two winters - the second time thinking it was somewhere different. We had a car and gps, but if you don't find a sign, you could be a while arriving. Of course, I wouldn't drive a kilometer without gps in Thailand. In...More

Thank Clerestory
Reviewed 4 March 2015

This is a very worthwhile visit if you are on your own or with family, its done by the Queen to help disabled people, The people make glass ornaments, bronze,wood and metal. The staff train the people so they can earn a living for themselves...More

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4 October 2016|
Response from allisonB6721NR | Reviewed this property |
Depending on how far away you will be, either a Tuk Tuk or taxi can get you there. The harder part is getting someone to pick you up when you're done. We were there during April, which I guess is an off season, so there... More