Bangkok 1899 provides a convivial atmosphere for gatherings, exhibitions, performances, workshops and screenings. During the day, our space is open to the public: encouraging individuals to pursue the lost art of leisure, engage in spontaneous discussions, experience art, and open up avenues of creativity.
Designed by Italian architect Mario Tamagno (under King Rama VI), this historic location (originally built in 1899) is the former home of Chao Phraya Thammasakmontri - considered Thailand’s father of Modern education. For the first time ever, this landmark is open to the public as Bangkok 1899, a new cultural and civic hub representing an intersection of art, design, urbanism and social innovation.Rental Package
Half day/Full day meeting packages in our activity room (upstairs)
Audiovisual: LCD projector, screen, sound equipment
Complimentary Wi-Fi Internet usage for all participants
Please click here for images of Bangkok 1899 and its activity room.
Catering at Bangkok 1899 is provided by Na Projects, a collaborative space using food and drinks as a medium to connect, inspire and create social impact. Programs that run through its café include: vocational training programs for at-risk youth; training and workshops for urban refugees; a monthly chef’s table; suspended coffee & beverage programs; and Zero Waste practices. Urban refugee catering package international food made by Afghani and Pakistani refugee families.
Local Thai food package
- Lunch: Choice of noodle or rice dish. All locally sourced. Veg option available with basil & chili from our garden. The menu is adjustable depends on the participants
- Two Snack Breaks: Local coffee, Thai snack, cold-pressed juice and local fruits
- Lunch: Pakistani Afghani authentic dishes; such as kebabs, curries, samosas.
- Two snack breaks: Cakes made by urban refugees, Dates, carrot, cheese, local fruit, local coffee, cold pressed juices.