The Jam Factory Bangkok is a creative space, restaurant, cafe and bookshop in what used to be an old factory. The building has large glass walls and iron framing, giving it an industrial feel. Outside, there's a large grassy area and one of the largest Bodhi trees you can find in Bangkok.
The space can get very busy on weekends when the residents of Bangkok come to relax and shop. But during the week, visitors could spend the whole day at the Jam Factory. The bookshop doubles as a cafe and there are books in English, Thai and a few in Chinese. The restaurant sells home décor and there's also a smaller room with furniture for sale.
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The Jam Factory is also the office of one of Bangkok's architecture companies: Duangrit Bunnag Architect Limited. The architecture could fit in perfectly in Tokyo or Seoul. You can see the employees at work from the outside.
On the last Saturday and Sunday of each month, there's usually a local farmers’ market on the grassy area outside, with live music, street food and lots of interesting crafts for sale.
The Jam Factory
- Opening Hours: Daily from 10am to 8pm
- Location: 41/1-5 Charoen Nakhon Rd, Khlong San, Bangkok 10600, Thailand
- BTS: Sala Daeng
- Tel: +66 (0)2 861 0950