Lhong 1919 is one of a handful of sites along the Chao Phraya river that have been renovated in recent years into community spaces, effectively reusing old warehouses and neglected spaces on prime Bangkok real estate.
The sit, a mid 19th century port, included offices, shops and a shrine. In 1919, it was sold to the Wanglee family. In 2017, they renovated the warehouses into a lovely space with sweeping views of the Chao Phraya river, a coffee shop, thai food restaurant and some smaller artisan shops surrounding a long courtyard.
The renovation created a lovely community space, open during the day and night for public and private events.
The beautiful wood architecture and signature red lanterns make for a great spot for photographs and just enjoying a cool breeze in the evening along the river! There are even free shuttle boats to take you there from various areas and hotels along the river!
For more information, check out their website here and go visit!