Lhong 1919 is one of the most interesting tourist attractions places located on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok. I visited there on November 28, 2020.
Lhong 1919 was once called Hou Chuan Lhong, meaning a port for shipping goods from overseas. Later, around 1900, the place was transformed into a rental mansion before being sold to the Wanglee family in 1919. That’s why called Lhong 1919.
Now, Lhong 1919’s amenities include cafés, art and craft shops, co-working space, and a Thai-Chinese history centre.
A very unique place there is like a Chinese shrine with lots art exhibits and galleries.
It’s a historical area to preserve the 19th Chinese mansion.
Some interesting arts in Gallery of Lhong 1919.
It’s great to see Chinese style architecture and some culture in Bangkok.
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