Old is New Again at Bangkok’s Hong Sieng Kong

The past few years have seen a number of crumbling warehouses and estates along Bangkok’s Chao Phraya River successfully transformed into hip hangouts (The Jam Factory and Lhong 1919 are but two examples) that manage to coexist with the traditional fabric of their neighborhoods. To judge by the latest addition to the scene, the trend shows no sign of abating.

Occupying a clutch of once dilapidated houses in the historic Talad Noi neighborhood on the edge of Chinatown, Hong Sieng Kong is a Sino-Thai-style café, gallery, and events space that recently emerged from a meticulous yearlong restoration.

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