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The Iconic Store
For a one-of-a-kind retail experience, visit the Iconic Store to browse and shop for the latest collection from Jim Thompson’s fashion and home collections with special editions that are exclusive to this location.
The Man Himself Exhibition
Who was Jim Thompson and what was his life like before the mysterious disappearance? In The Man Himself, visitors can dive deep into the intriguing world of the “Silk King” and learn more about the stories behind the legendary icon.
The Evolving World of Jim Thompson Textiles
A fascinating exhibition that takes a look at some of the most iconic collections of textiles and fabrics by Jim Thompson Home Furnishings and the creative forces behind them which has helped launch the company’s design and production capability to new heights.
Nestled just across and in perfect view of the Jim Thompson House Museum, is the beautiful Silk Cafe serving delicious light bites and refreshing drinks, from freshly-brewed coffee, classic teas, to healthy smoothies.
Jim Thompson Art Center
A 4-storied haven for all things creative, the Art Center hosts some of the most exciting exhibitions, talks, workshops and events in Bangkok. It has become a gathering ground for local and international artists and cultural communities to share ideas and experiences through art.
Jim Thompson House Museum
Home to a wondrous display of antiques and art collections that would be considered any collector’s dream, the Jim Thompson House Museum was once the place of residence of the late James H.W. Thompson. Marvel at the architectural beauty and explore the iconic Thai houses that sit among the lush oasis of numerous gardens and ponds.
Complimentary Shuttle Bus
The 20 seater Jim Thompson Shuttle Bus is decorated on one side with illustrations of the traditional Thai houses on the canal that were once ‘Silk King’ Thompson’s residence; the other side shows the iconic Jim Thompson Flagship store at 9 Surawong Road. The bus will pick up and drop off customers shuttling between the Surawong store and Jim Thompson Heritage Quarter (travel time is about 30 minutes).
Jim Thompson Heritage Quarter
6/1 Soi Kasemsan 2, Rama 1 Road, Bangkok, ThailandGet Directions