As part of the Thai culture and social studies courses at Wells International School, our grade 4 and 5 students went on a field trip to M.R. Kukrit’s Pramoj’s historical residence. Known to all Thai nationals, Mr. Kukrit was the 13th prime minister of Thailand and was also the first to create a political party. His dwelling consists of five houses, each featuring unique aspects, and is decorated with typical Thai handcrafted furniture. Alongside the houses, beautiful Thai flowers, miniature Guava trees and Tamarind trees cover an open veranda. Our students took every opportunity to learn more about the Thai styles and history preserved in this house, thus providing them with a better appreciation for the culture of which they are part.
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