Hi all, I wanted to show you one of the first places we wentto when we arrived in Bangkok: The Silom Village. It is said to be the last vestige of what was the Thai people. Well, the truth is that it is an area of ancient houses made of teak to which they have incorporated a traditional restuarante, craft stalls and place to display traditional Thai dances. If I'm not mistaken it was built in 1900, and around 1980 was when it became a center to display everything about Thai art. The trouble is that it has become too touristy of a place but of course, if it wasn´t a touristy place I wouldn´t have gone to see it.