Serindia Gallery

A long-running gallery that takes over a post-colonial-style house.

Publish Date: 07 February 2020

Curating works from Thailand, Asia, America and Europe, Serindia gives heavy emphasis on contemporary art and photography. Located in a post-colonial-style home, the white space suits the overall peaceful atmosphere of the area while also contrasting with the colourful artworks on display.

Serindia Gallery

How to get there: From S@S Bangkok, your best bet is to catch a taxi. The ride should cost no more than THB100 and take about 15 minutes. Alternatively, catch the BTS at National Stadium station to Saphan Taksin, after changing at Siam, and explore the historical Charoenkrung neighbourhood. A single-journey pass will cost THB40. Serindia Gallery is about 10 minutes' walk from Saphan Taksin station.

OP Garden, 36 Charoenkrung Rd.

Open Tue-Sun 11am-7pm