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“Five floors of Art work by Thai Artists to explore”
3 Oct 2015
“Large collection of paintings”
Sombat Permpoon Gallery (หอศิลป์ สมบัติเพิ่มพูน) is modern and contemporary art gallery in Bangkok. Exhibiting the most extensive private collection of Thai art spanning from well established to emerging artists.The gallery founded in 1979 is one of...more
The Sombat Permpoon Gallery is a wonderful place for Art lovers to spend an hour or two when in Bangkok, the owner and staff are welcoming and friendly, you are encouraged to browse the extensive range of Thai Art on display, all the Art is...More
There are hundreds of paintings both large and small by Thai artists to rummage through. And some lovely sculptures as well. It is a very large gallery and there are special exhibits on the second floor as well. It is easy to get there from...More
We came across this wonderful Art gallery while staying at the Ariasomvilla.
Would recommend you budget in at least 2 hours to go through their offering. If you're like me its much faster when you rummage through it yourself rather than have the staff bring...More
Date of experience: November 2014
Thank Joel R
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