Mallika City, 1905 A.D. Mallika City

Mallika City, 1905 A.D.

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Mallika City


In the reign of King Nangklao (Rama III), 1824-1851 A.D., it is estimated that one-third of Siamese population was slaves. Because of economic conditions, a large number of people sold themselves into slavery. Children born of slave parents were automatically enslaved; called household slaves. To free themselves, slaves needed to pay off their redemption price, or else, stayed slaves through their lives. According to the law, slaves were considered property, which means they were priced.

We are proud to introduce Mallika City as the place to show that our ancestors have the wisdom that is second to no other and to demonstrate to the world the cultural identity deserve no less recognition.


Saphan Han (Turnable bridge)    Named by its shape. In the past, it was a single sheet of wood laid across the canal. One end tied tightly to the bank, the other let loose. This way, it can be moved (or turned) allowing boats to pass through. In the reign of King Rama IV, it was rebuilt as with steel frame and wooden floor. Until, King Rama V changed it to the Venice’s Rialto or Florence’s Ponte Vecchio style which is a wide arch bridge with small shops on both sides, leaving the space in the middle for passersby. His Majesty loved visiting this bridge to buy imported dried fruits such as dried plum.

Ancient Market Zone   In R.E.124, there were several market zones that were considered famous and modern for the era. They are Prange (Intersection) zone, divided into three sections (Prange Nara, Prange Phuthorn, and Prange Sappasart), Yaowarat zone and Bangrak zone.
City Tower  It was simulated from the prison tower which was built to create an elevated observation point for supervising and preventing prisoner escapes. It is nowadays used as a scenery point of the Mallika city.

Reuan Dieow   It is a detached house for commoner. People living in this type of house were mostly proletariats whose duty was to produce basic living needs such as farming for rice, vegetable and other plantation, weaving, and clothing; all the common occupations of this social class. This type of house in the Mallika shows commoners’ ways of life in R.E.124.

Reuan Khaha Bodi  It is for the rich. Inside Reuan Khahabodi displays lifestyle of ruling class, including various activities such as fruit & vegetable craving, flower & banana leaf decoration, and etc. 

Cooking Kitchen     rice milling, rice pounding, and rice cooking by using a large frying pan. In that period, the cooks/housekeepers had to cook food and dessert for many servants and guests by using a charcoal stove.

Reuan Pae Floating House   During that time, the most common mean to transport was by the river. Shop houses, thus, located on the river banks. 

Reuan Hmoo   It was used by the rich as a visitor reception. Wealthy Thai people could include high ranking officers or rich merchants.


Dinner Menu    Consists of crispy noodle, entrails soup, chili paste with fish, spicy mixed salad, Mussaman curry. Choice of menu is carefully selected for new generations to savor authentic taste of the dish crafted by Thai ancestors' wisdom. These dishes are hardly found nowadays or they have already been much modified.

- Gang Buan (entrails soup):   roasted and grounded as main recipe, cooked with pork entrails. 

- Crispy noodle: not very sweet, rather rounded taste, but cannot be kept for long. 

*** The price includes rice, fruit, and drinking water. All food will be refilled.***


Duration 1 hour, start at 19.00 hrs.

  • Font Pan   
  • Gliding Ginnaree  
  • Puppeteer  
  • Laos Kratob Mai  
  • Sword Play
  • Pirompatchanee Dancing
  • Khon (classical Thai pantomime)
  • Satchatri


Rickshaw     Rickshaw or so-called buggy was mostly provided by Chinese immigrants who lived under the royal protection of King Rama V. The service charge is 50 Baht per ride and the ticket is available for sale at the front of the city.

Traditional Thai Costume   

Women :

200 THB : breast cloth, loincloth, belt, accessories and an umbrella 
300 THB : blouse with decoration cloth, loincloth, belt, accessories and an umbrella

Men :

100 THB : Chinese jacket, loincloth and Sash 
300 THB : Raj Pattern shirt and loincloth

Children :

50 THB : round-necked sleeveless blouse and loincloth for girls, Chinese jacket and loincloth for boys

Note: Prices are subject to change.

Holed Coins / Coins with Holes

An ancient currency of both Ayutthaya and Sukhothai eras; it is also used as a medium to exchange goods and services in the city of Mallika.

Exchange rate: 1 Satang = 5 Baht

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Period Detail Price  
01 Oct  -  30 Sep 2020 Adult/Admission free+Dinner+Show THB 550
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  Child/Admission free THB 110  
01 Oct  -  30 Sep 2020 Adult/Admission free THB 240
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  Child/Admission free+Dinner+Show THB 330  
  Child/Admission free+Lunch THB 250  
01 Oct  -  30 Sep 2020 Adult/Admission free+Lunch THB 490
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