Ratchaburi, Thailand


Idyllically located along a cultural river of Thailand just outside Bangkok in the charming small town of Ratchaburi, The Antique Riverside is surrounded by the extraordinary beauty of local cultures and the untouched nature where you will find peace and tranquility.


Upon entering, you will immediately sense its intimate atmosphere making you feel comfort as if you are in your very own riverside home. The Antique Riverside’s style mixes valuable antiques and collectibles with an unexpected, eclectic contemporary twist under the concept of “antiques tell yesterday's story today”.


Thousands of wooden collections were turned into antique houses to reflect the three seamlessly combined cultures (Thai, Chinese, and the disappearing culture of Mon) along the Mae Klong River of Ratchaburi. -Then everything was tied together with countless antique items.-

Chanlan Room

Sleeps 2, Thai Style

Botan Room

Sleeps 2, Chinese Style

Torsol Room

Sleeps 2, Chinese Style

Lanliu Room

Sleeps 3, Chinese Style

Music House

Sleeps 2, Thai Style

Home Theater

Sleeps 2, Thai Style

Bus Home

Sleeps 3, Thai Style

Jao Jom Room

Sleeps 2, Thai Style

Phra Nakhon Room

Sleeps 2, Thai Style

Safari Villa

Sleeps 4-6, Thai Style

Nakhon Chum Villa

Sleeps 8, Mon Style

A Delicious Meal is Meant to Go Along with a Beautiful View

Our ingredients are sourced fresh from local markets in Ratchaburi. Our vegetables are hand-picked from our own organic garden while much of our seafood is caught that morning from the Mae Klong river, the same river you’ll gaze over as you enjoy your meal. Take your plate on a journey across Ratchaburi as you sample our authentic creations while watching the sunset over the river.

On the Edge of a Pier, Watch the Sunset Disappear and Drink a Beer

Appreciate the beauty of the untouched nature while sipping on a ice cold beer or let our bartender shake up a "Sex on the River".

Explore Around Us

We are located in a charming small town of Ratchaburi called "Nakhon Chum" where three cultures, Thai, Chinese, and the disappearing culture of Mon are combined seamlessly over thousands of years. As one of the few remaining locations in the world heavily influenced by the Mon people, who are Southeast Asia’s oldest civilization, this small town surely gives visitors an authentic look into a culture they’ve most likely never seen before.

Our stay was amazing. Just perfect. Already planning our next trip back!
Terry Yellowley