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Bangkok's Many Museums Exhibit Some Of The Most Sublime, And Strangest, Collections Of Relics You Can Imagine, Giving Visitors A Wonderful Insight Into Thailand's Colourful Culture And Unique Heritage. Some Are Housed In Buildings Just As Interesting As Their Contents, Like Kamthieng House, A 19th Century Teak House And Former Abode Of A Rice Farmer, The Bangkok Folk Museum And Jim Thompson's House. The Best Place To Start Has To Be The National Museum, In Rattanakosin. Its Collections Spanning All Periods Of Thai History Offer An Unsurpassed Introduction To The Country's Art And Architecture. Be Sure To Allow Enough Time For Your Visit, As It Is Very Easy To Get Lost In A Time That Is Long Gone.

Museum Of Buddhist Art

The Museum of Buddhism Art features a large private collection of Buddha images and is operated by the Foundation of Thai’s Arts Preservation.

The exhibition focuses on the art of Buddha images in accordance with Thai history...

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Museum Of Contemporary Art (MOCA)

A must for any lover of art, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Bangkok (MOCA) houses the most comprehensive collection of modern painting and sculpture in Thailand inside a striking, purpose built gallery. The five storeys of MOCA contain over 800 pieces of art collec...

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Museum Of Thai Pharmacy

The museum is on the third floor of the Pharmaceutical Association of Thailand under Royal Patronage Building at 40 Soi Santisuk, Sukhumvit 38 Road (diagonally opposite Soi Thong Lo). It was established to publicize...

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Queen Sirikit Museum Of Textiles

Perhaps the newest museum opening in Bangkok, SUPPORT Foundation under the Royal Patronage of Queen Sirikit has renovated the European-classic Ratsadakorn Bhibhathana building to showcases exhibitions telling the story of how Her Majesty Queen Sirikit has helped turn ...

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Royal Barges Museum

The Royal Barge Procession, a royal ceremony that involves more than fifty gold-crafted barges, is one of the most spectacular events in the world. With a long-run history sinceAyutthayaera, the procession aims to transport the king and/or member(s) of the royal famil...

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Saphanthawong Museum (Wat Traimit)

This museum is located on the ground level of Wat Traimit (Wat Traimit page here).
For an 100 Baht ticket you can explore a small historic chinatown`s museum depicting ethnic Chin...

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Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre (SAC)

Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre (SAC) public organization is an academic institution in Thailand, established in 1992, with an aim for systematic gathering, processing and servicing of anthropological data scattered throughout the ...

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Siriraj Medical Museum

Located on the 2nd floor of the Adulyadej Vikrom Building inside Siriraj Hospital, Thailand’s first medical institute. The museum comprises the Congdon Anatomical Museum, Songkran Niyomsane Forensic Medicine Museum, Prehistoric Museum, Pathology Museum and Tradi...

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State Railway Hall Of Fame

This is a train museum where steam engines, train models, and miniature trains are exhibited along with the story of world railway systems. The Thailand Railway Hall of Fame is a privately owned museum. It contains a diverse collection of objects that future generations will be glad someone had t...

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