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1 Wang Mai, Pathum Wan, Bangkok, 10330, Thailand | +66 2 216 7368

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American expat Jim Thompson is credited with revitalizing the dying Thai silk industry in the mid-20th century, but he is equally well-known for his mysterious and unsolved disappearance in 1967. His traditional Thai teak house is open to the public for daily tours and has rooms adorned with an impressive art collection from Thailand, Cambodia, China, and Burma.

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Jim Thompson House

American expat Jim Thompson is credited with revitalizing the dying Thai silk industry in the mid-20th century, but he is equally well-known for his mysterious and unsolved disappearance in 1967. His traditional Thai teak house is open to the public for daily tours and has rooms adorned with an impressive art collection from Thailand, Cambodia, China, and Burma.