115. Sala Kong-Beng (Zhuge Liangs Pavilion)

Ancient Siam

The Ancient City in Samut Prakan (Muang Boran)

Unlike during the Ayutthaya period, from the early days of Bangkok, intermarriages between the Thai and the Chinese have been common practice among the elite. This phenomenon has been on going for generations and is evident in the Chinese influence in Thai art and architecture. A number of Chinese literary works have been translated into Thai.

Among the best-known ones is Romance of the Three Kingdoms. The key characters from this story, such as Guan Yu and Zhuge Liang (known in Thai as Kong-Beng) are well known among Thai readers. Zhuge Liang is known as a sagacious strategist.

Native Language: ศาลาขงเบ้ง
Address: km. 33 (old) Sukhumvit Road, Bangpoo, Ancient City, Samut Prakan, Thailand and Bangkok office at 78/1 Democracy Monument cycle, Ratchadamnoen Ave., Bangkok 10200, Thailand
Tel: (66)-02-7091644 and in Bangkok office (66)-2-2241057, 66-2-2261936-7
Opening Hours: 09:00 - 19:00
Administrative Division: Samut Prakan

Siam to Ancient City
Contact info

km. 33 (old) Sukhumvit Road, Bangpoo, Ancient City, Samut Prakan, Thailand and Bangkok office at 78/1 Democracy Monument cycle, Ratchadamnoen Ave., Bangkok 10200, Thailand