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As we got off the pier using the orange flagged boats, just walk out of the covered area and out into the street. Instead of walking further out as stated by others, we turned into the 1st gate of the university and walked and walked...More
Finding this place can be tricky. Even with the advice that people have given here.
We got off at Prannok Pier (10) and walked directly inland, up the main road. Keep walking past the two entrances on the right. One is for the nurses and...More
My husband and I visited today and were completely gobsmacked at what we saw! Definitely not for the fainthearted and I got to the point where I began to feel a little weak and needed to sit down for a moment 😂 Please don't take...More
A strange place to visit so my friends say. But I thought I’d never have the chance to see something like this unless I’m back came here to this. 5 different building have different displays. From parasites in n drinking water to deformations at birth....More
This museum is very graphic. It is worth a visit especially to see the horrific murderer. But I don’t recommend taking kids in.
Easy to find just take the boat from sathorn to krungthonburi railway station pier and follow the signs.
No photos can be...More
Working in Forensics this place was a must see for me. Fairly easy to find using google maps there is a sign in desk downstairs with the museum upstairs. For some reason the day we went was actually free entry! Shame there is little translation...More
Its impressive how a museum of death can become a place of interest to visit. Truly informative but one needs to have that brave heart to visit and explore all sections of the museum. For someone like me who is not a medical student nor...More
I chaperone our high school's field trip to the Medical Museum every year, and have become inert to the eerie, sublime feeling that initially overcame me on my first visit. I went with the school, but I think there's a small fee of 200 baht...More
The museum consists of three parts: The core medical museum, which is very small and presents some exhibits about internal organs (e.g. the heart) and possible sicknesses. Then there is a part about crime related injuries. And finally a part about parasites and the illnesses...More
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Technically you cannot but look at Tripadvisor posts and you see plenty of pics there. Just don’t do it openly and some are not really the type of pictures you want to have in your phone. 😏 please don’t not bring kids and... More
Technically you cannot but look at Tripadvisor posts and you see plenty of pics there. Just don’t do it openly and some are not really the type of pictures you want to have in your phone. 😏 please don’t not bring kids and pregnant ladies there.