This old but splendidly restored, Thai wooden house, situated along a canal on the Thonburi side of Bangkok, is a tricky one to locate but well worth the hunt. The boardwalk is home to a few little shops, a tiny cafe with an interesting array of stationery for sale, and an art gallery. The area boasts the nostalgia of another time – a quaint air of village life, where you are likely to spot people feeding the fish or buying a meal from a passing boat. The house is decorated, with several humanoid statues painted in white, red or black that are impossible to ignore by those speeding past on boats. These could perhaps be indicative of the captivating show that happens within. A traditional Thai puppet show takes place on a small wooden stage, performed by multiple people using intricately handcrafted puppets. With stories based on old Thai mythology, monsters, and deities, the show never ceases to captivate the imagination of the audience.