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The Museum of Floral Culture by Sakul Intakul

Thailand's leading floral artist Sakul Intakul will open his privately-run the Museum of Floral Culture in Bangkok's Samsen Soi 28 to unfold a remarkable journey among Asia's sweet-smelling arts. The two-storey house with seven rooms and an outdoor botanical garden will pay homage to the Asian art of flower arrangement and the Kingdom's own rich floral traditions. The museum will officially open on August 12 to celebrate the birthday of Her Majesty the Queen whom he has worked in the past decade.

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