Oeang Ewe Kee

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This historic tea shop located at Si Kak Sao Chingcha intersection was founded by a family of Hokkien Chinese whose ancestors had also traded tea leaves. Once the family migrated to the Kingdom of Siam, they opened the Oeang Ewe Kee tea shop in the era of King Rama VI. Today, the third generation of the family has introduced the brand Ong’s Tea which showcases high-quality and rare tea leaves while offering workshops on the art of brewing traditional Chinese tea and the intricate culture of tea drinking.

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MICE Activities

  • Learn about Thai history through tea leaves at a historic tea shop
  • Learn how to brew and enjoy rare tea leaves

MICE Checklists

  • Fits 20 pax
  • Suitable for I
  • Meetings can be held at the reception area

Nearby Attractions

  • Wat Phra Si Rattana Sasadaram
  • The Grand Palace
  • The Giant Swing
  • Wat Suthat Thepwararam Ratchaworahawihan
  • Chao Pho Sua Shrine
  • Wat Ratchabophit Sathitmahasimaram