The map of South Sathon shows the way to the Home of M R Kukrit in 19 Soi Phra Pinit,off South Sathon Road. If you're coming from South Sathon, turn left at Soi Sathon 3 (or locally known as Soi Suan Plu).
As shown on the map the junction is 150 m after the Australian Embassy. There's a Shell gas station just before the junction. After 100 m on Soi Sathon 3, turn right at Soi Phra Pinit. Keep going along this soi till you get to the Home of M R Kukrit.
If you coming from Narathiwat Road, turn left at Soi Narathiwat 7 which is 250 m from the Sathon-Narathiwat junction. The home is about 200 m into the soi.
Please see the interactive Bangkok street map of the area.
When I first visited the home in 2005, it was only open to the public on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.
I passed the home on 4 January 2010 and and noticed a signboard announcing new opening hours. I am not sure when this took effect.
The new opening hours are:
Everyday from 10 am to 4 pm
Admission fees remain unchanged
50 baht for adults and 20 baht for children
This will certainly make it easier for many more people to visit this heritage home. Have you?
The nearest Bangkok skytrain station is 450 m away from Soi Narathiwat 7 at Chong Nonsi in Narathiwat Road. If you are taking the skytrain, after you have alighted from the train, walk towards the Sathon-Narathiwat intersection via the overhead bridge.
This pedestrian bridge will take you across the intersection where the Bank of China building is located. Get off the bridge to this building, then walk along Narathiwat Raod till you get to Soi Narathiwat 7.
To return from the map of South Sathon to the Home of M R Kukrit Pramoj and for other Bangkok maps.