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Human Imagery Museum

43/2 Mu. 1, Pinklao Nakhon Chaisi Road at Kms 31 | Khun Kaew subdistrict, Nakhon Chai Si 73120 , Thailand
+66 34 332 607
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Amazing

This museum is the first wax museum in Thailand. The statute of the great monks in Thailand... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Metchawin I
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Museum collected Thai peoples history

We went it on this month, when I entrenched, I was surprised about wax statue. It's look like real... read more

Reviewed 2 March 2017
bromoeco
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“thai history” (5 reviews)
“musicians” (3 reviews)
“wax” (3 reviews)
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43/2 Mu. 1, Pinklao Nakhon Chaisi Road at Kms 31 | Khun Kaew subdistrict, Nakhon Chai Si 73120 , Thailand
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+66 34 332 607
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This museum is the first wax museum in Thailand. The statute of the great monks in Thailand impressed me a lot, making us realize that Thailand is a Buddhist country. A bit far from Bangkok, but it is worth visiting.

Thank Metchawin I
Reviewed 2 March 2017 via mobile

We went it on this month, when I entrenched, I was surprised about wax statue. It's look like real human. Many thing you could see it, such Thai peoples activities, traditional habit and many more.

Thank bromoeco
Reviewed 30 January 2017

An OK place, but not all that interesting unless you are big-time into Thai history. Dioramas of Thai kings and monks. Pleasant grounds.

Thank Raintree_Thailand
Reviewed 19 December 2016

Had a great time exploring the Human Imagery Museum and found the exhibits to be incredibly lifelike (especially the famous Monks through Thai history!). This is definitely a must visit when in the area!

Thank The-Wanderlust-Boys
Reviewed 18 November 2016

My family took us here and it was very interesting to see how very REAL LIFE the exhibits really looks. You can read the history of many monks and the Thai royal family there. Many great Thai history to learn here and I'm glad I...More

Thank LoveLife72
Reviewed 28 September 2016

One of those places that has a dual-pricing system, with foreigners paying 4x as much as locals. We received a discount because we live in Thailand. We weren't familiar with most of the people presented in wax (monks, royals and Thai artists), which left us...More

1  Thank cinbkk
Reviewed 16 May 2016

Human Imagery Museum is one of the most amazing wax museum i have been to and the majestic display of the 9 Kings of Thailand still lingers in my mind. You can see the whole history of Thailand including the royal monks that is so...More

Thank HotelCritic17
Reviewed 2 March 2016

Human Imagery Museum also known as wax museum , amazing statue there next to real ,real one is when u enter at gate

Thank npn2000
Reviewed 13 January 2016

... as the figures are made of fiber glass (and not wax, as many comments state). The dioramas as a result appear to be shockingly lively. And nicely cover everything important in Thailand, be it history, Buddhism, monarchy and a bit of "foreign affairs". It...More

Thank Torsten_Kr
Reviewed 14 December 2015

Excellent quality wax figures in appropriate dioramas. Features Thai children at play, all the way up to the kings of Thailand and includes notable monks, musicians, artists, social activists, Mahatma Ghandi. Worth the visit.

Thank satipatipatti
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