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It has taken me a while to visit this attraction. The elephants are spectacular. Yes, it is a bit pricey for foreigners and without a guide to enlighten us about the museum, means we are not getting our tickets worth. However, the gardens are well...More
Last two times when we visited bkk, we actually wanted to visit but was not in our first choice!
This trip, we actually wanted to postpone our visit again as we thot it is just another ordinary museum, but we are wrong.
The place is...More
This is an amazing shrine dedicated to preserving Thai culture and buddhist philosophy. The building is topped by an absolutely stunning 3 headed elephant that is simply awe inspiring in its scale. There is a self guided audio tour available in English. The experience starts...More
At 400 baht for foreigners this seems expensive for what is really just a pretty garden. Yes, the elephant statue is beautiful inside but it only takes ten minutes and you’ve seen it all. There are a few food stalls outside with good local options...More
Visited because I drove for this trip. Not located conveniently, only near Ikea bangna. Free parking with golf cart transfer to main door. 400 baht for foreigners which is rather expensive. Take a audio guide and start your journey. Also take flowers and joss sticks...More
Erawan Museum is one of those places that stay off the regular tourist grid due to their relative inaccessibility but need to be definitely visited! The sight of the giant three-headed Erawan elephant itself is enough to mesmerise you with its architectural wonder. The name...More
We visited this place after visiting Muangboran (Ancient City). Really nothing much to see in this museum. We were so disappointed even we paid half price for the entrance fee at 200 baht each, for entry after 5pm. Imagine if we pay full price at...More