Thailand's iconic R-Haan
A fine dining establishment serving authentic Thai cuisine. With an award winning committed to: the sourcing and selection of the freshest and finest of ingredients, the art of seasoning, the presentation of your meal, and stellar service - everything that embodies the core essence and Wisdom of Thai Cuisine.
The Thai proverb, 'There is fish in the water and rice in the fields', has its origins in the royal description of the Kingdom of Thailand and denotes the fertility of the land and the strong bond that Thai people have to the land and to khao (rice). This old saying thus speaks to the abundance of fish and rice in Thailand as well as the cultivation and harvest of all kinds of produce, herbs and spices that has given birth to the concept and cuisine of R-HAAN It also signifies the global popularity of 'R-HAAN Thai' (Thai food) alongside the unique and exquisite beauty of Thai art and culture, passed down from one generation to the next.
Bangkok is Thailand's most populous city and its metropolitan region is home to about 14 million people. You'll love how cosmopolitan the city is and how rich the cultural opportunities are. From food, to fashion, to entertainment you have a multi-cultural masterpiece all around you. Tourists can spend weeks in Bangkok, but if you only have a few hours or days, be sure not to miss the The Grand Palace, Patpong Night Market, Jim Thompson House, Wat Arun and the beauty of the Chao Phraya River.
Tourism advice: Tourism Thailand
Handmade Silks and Museum House.
Some of the best silk clothes, accessories, ties and home furnishings are found at Jim Thompson. Truly a silk fashion house of international renown, the iconic brand and heritage house, founded in 1959, is situated in the heart of the city. Hand-made silks, along with a bespoke collection of garments for both men, women and children await. In the same location as theJim Thompson Museum, the Jim Thompson Art Center houses an awesome collection
The Grand Palace and Temple of the Golden Buddha.
Visiting information: The Grand Palace