One of Bangkok's best kept wonders, the picturesque Nai Lert Park Heritage Home marks 100 years of history and tradition. For three generations, Nai Lert family lived in the house until it was unanimously decided in 2012 to convert the private residence to a heritage property where greater community shall appreciate the experience and its historical charms. Almost three years of restoration work has returned Nai Lert Park Heritage Home to the former grandeur, leaving the teak wooden floors, pillars, and century-old trees intact.
Nai Lert Park Heritage Home and its surroundings spread across 14 rai (24,000 sqm) of lush ground. The House showcases series of antiques and artefacts since World War II until present, all of which are of the family's private collections.
Food plays an important role in all four generations, hence "Ma Maison" re-opens its doors to serve the family's authentic recipes that have been appreciated amongst the family and their friends. Those seeking sweet delights will find themselves at "Pae Kanom", an Ayutthaya-style floating house that overlooks onto the natural pond.
Today, Nai Lert Park Heritage Home is operated by the family's third and fourth generations, with a primary purpose in mind, and that is to continue Nai Lert legacy and making the history come alive.