Tucked at the end of the main alley is a renovated wooden structure that houses a cafe (featuring lovely Azulejos tiles) on the ground floor. The place is known for serving a savory treat called Sappayak Bun (B50), a traditional Portuguese bun stuffed with minced pork, potatoes and chili. Get your fill while enjoying a view of the small garden before making your way up to the upper floor where a small museum showcases the relationship between the Kingdom of Siam and Portugal. The museum also displays a wide collection of photos and tools used by the early residents of Kudeejeen. You can also climb up to the rooftop for picturesque panoramas of the neighborhood and the river.
|Venue name:||Baan Kudichin Museum|
271 Soi Wat Kanlaya
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sun 9:30-18:00|