Jim Thompson House Museum - Bangkok

Jim Thompson House Museum is geographically located at latitude 13° 44' 57" North of the Equator and longitude 100° 31' 40" East of the Prime Meridian on the Map of Thailand. The Jim Thompson House is the home of James HW Thompson, a self-made American entrepreneur who was the founder of the world renowned Jim Thompson Thai Silk Company. Jim Thompson House Museum is located at 6 Soi Kasemsan 2, Rama 1 Road, Bangkok. It is by Soi Kasemsan 3, near Klong Saen Seap, near Soi Kasemsan 2, near Soi Phetchaburi 12, near Soi Phetchaburi 12. The following locations related to it are represented by the flight path Superman would take between two points and may not be nearest by road.

Sirisuk Hotel is about 0.2km, Reno Hotel is about 0.3km, Sritong Hotel is about 0.3km, Asia Hotel is about 0.4km, Christine Hotel is about 0.4km. These are places to stay (hotel, service apartment, inn) located near Jim Thompson House Museum.

Tesco Lotus Rama 1 is about 0.4km, Mah Boon Krong Shopping Centre (MBK) is about 0.5km, Siam Discovery Center is about 0.5km, MBK Shopping Complex is about 0.5km, Siam Center is about 0.6km. These are places to shop (shopping mall, shop houses) located near Jim Thompson House Museum.

Jim Thompson House Museum is about 0km, Rama 6 Monument is about 2.4km, Parusakkawan Palace is about 2.7km, Statue of King Chulalongkorn is about 2.8km, Lumpini Tower is about 3.7km. These are places of interest (attraction) located near Jim Thompson House Museum.

Dalapim Kindergarten is about 0.2km, Pratumwan Mechanical Engineer Campus is about 0.3km, Samma Chewasin School is about 0.3km, Bangkok Vocational School (King Phect) is about 0.3km, Krua Wittaya School is about 0.4km. These are places of learning (school, college, university) located near Jim Thompson House Museum.

Taphatsadin Ground is about 0.4km, Supalai Ground is about 0.5km, Jindarat Ground is about 0.5km, Santipap Park is about 2km, Peach Park is about 2.2km. These are parks, playgrounds, open fields or commons located near Jim Thompson House Museum.