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Jim Thompson House Bangkok
The Jim Thompson House is one of those very special places only small museums can let you feel, it has just this "human touch" letting you well imagine what Mr. Thompson's life had been.
As with many house-museums, you should be expect a snapshot in the everyday life of the owner more than some artistic masterpiece, but said that the house has some interesting artefacts too.
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Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum and Walking Trail Sai Yok
This place was easily one of the best museums I've seen in Thailand, a wonderful experience.
An excellent museum (small and focused on POW workers on the railway), and an excellent audio guide providing oral history from survivors, is well worth a visit.
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The Thailand-Burma Railway Centre Kanchanaburi
Outstanding museum... one of the few museums in which I have truly stopped to read and absorb every placard and exhibit.
This has to be one of the best curated and laid out small museums I have visited, there are many information plaques with each exhibit, all explaining clearly and concisely what you are looking at.
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Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Bangkok
We love modern art and my husband is an artist as well, so always a highlight to visit contemporary art museums wherever we travel in the world.
I've visited most of the major art and modern art museums in major cities such as London, NY, Paris etc and smaller cities such as San Francisco, Budapest, Florence etc.
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Wat Phra That Doi Kham (Temple of the Golden Mountain) Chiang Mai
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Siam Insect Zoo Mae Rim
After browsing by ourselves though the museum section, the terrariums containing species of tarantulas, and the butterfly garden, we were picked up by one of the guides and this is where things became really fasci...
The museum part is interesting and pretty comprehensive but of course we enjoying holding the caterpillars, stick bugs, praying mantis (if you're lucky and they have a young one), lizards, and millipedes.
Anek Kuson Sala (Viharnra Sien) Pattaya
An amazing museum close to bang Sarah ,amazing art treasures and well worth a visit.We were amazed at all the things that had been donated to make this museum.
Apart from that the museum houses a large number of other items, such as granite carvings, old paintings, bronze and earthenware, sculptures of Chinese Gods, Buddha statues and a white jade statue of Guanyin, the...
Art in Paradise, Chiang Mai 3D Art Museum Chiang Mai
This really was an entertaining experience and I can highly recommend as a change away from viewing temples and museums.
We spent 4+ hrs here I think and still ran out of time haha, then again we took many pictures and tried out many poses, it's a really unique place, these kinds of 3D art museums mostly only exist in Asia.
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Art in Paradise Pattaya Pattaya
I'm so excited to be in the largest 3D art museums in the world.
One of the best 3d museums in thailand.
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Museum of World Insects and Natural Wonders Chiang Mai
If you like science and biology (or small cute museums) then you'll love the place.
Their background (including childhood stories of falling in love with nature), and scatterings of little notes throughout the museum reminding you to love and appreciate nature, will soon have you charmed silly.
Mae Fah Luang Art and Culture Park Chiang Rai
The museum about the history of the teak is enlightening and very well organised.The big teak house which hosts teak displays from different regions is must see.
We walked through the park, had a guided tour in English of a beautiful wooden building shaped like a temple and with many artifacts inside, and visited a wonderful folklife and history museum.
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Cicada Market Hua Hin
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Chatuchak Flower Market Bangkok
... purchases, keep a close eye on your wallet, negotiate for the fun of negotiating, but don't overdo it, and go see the art section, even if you don't want to buy anything - it truly feels like walking in a museum.
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Art in Paradise Bangkok Bangkok
It is a smaller version of the Art in Paradise Museum in Chiang Mai, which is fantastic!
A 3D Art Museum with astonish paintings and amazing photos to be done.
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Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles Bangkok
An amazing museum, new, well organized, with beautiful outfits from a very glamorous queen, some from european stylists, others created at Thailand, from the thread, usually silk, to the suít/dress.
The quiet of this gorgeous museum was very welcome after the hubbub of the temple sector of the Palace grounds.
Erawan Museum Samut Prakan
I will recommend to anyone who is into museums and culture.
... absolutely mesmerised by the sheer creativity and breathtaking beauty of the craftsmanship, colours, and ambience of the place, both inside and in the sculpted gardens surrounding the magnificent elephant museum.
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Royal Thai Navy Third Fleet Turtle Nursery Khao Lak
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Bann Phor Liang Meun Chiang Mai
I came upon this garden and museum quite by accident.
Phuket Trickeye Museum Talat Yai
When the weather is so so on Phuket, and if you haven't visited the 3D Art Museums in Chiang Mai or Bangkok yet, you will have a mind blowing experience!
I always like to visit museums at places I visit.
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Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall Bangkok
Amazing multimedia-driven museum detailing the history of Thailand, Bangkok and the royal family.
Wonderful Free Interactive Museum
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Ban Chiang Museum Udon Thani
I've been to many archeological sites and museums, but this has been the best.
This segue was well worth our time and effort for a minor fee we went into this amazing museum dedicated to the archeological history of the Ban Chiang area.
Baan Sillapin Artists Village Hua Hin
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Bangkok Art & Culture Centre (BACC) Bangkok
Each floor also has small cafes, gelato shops, art supply stores, art galleries selling work, a breath of fresh air compared to the standard gift shop on the ground floor of most museums.
Compare Lourve I found the Louvre Museum, Paris on the internet where is one of the world’s oldest and most famous art museums.
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Sanam Chandra Palace Nakhon Pathom
Its quiet and calm, we were restricted to wear neatly and tale shoes off prior to entering each royal house and pavillion, we enjoyed the exhibition and some stories incl witnessed the museum and King Rama 6 's pr...
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Siriraj Medical Museum Bangkok
Also it's important to note that if you buy the full package (I believe 250B) for foreigner, you can see about 5-6 different museums including the newest one - the Siriraj Bimuksthan museum, which focuses on Thai...
Quite an enormous collection organized into 5 museums: pathological, anatomical, forensic, parasitic, and evolution.
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Suan Pakkad Palace Museum Bangkok
The small museum-house complex was formerly home of King Rama V's grandson, and each of its eight traditional stilted teak houses and well-curated museums is filled with pre-historic and Angkorian-era archaeologic...
The museum collection with pots from Ban Chiang, Sawankhalok ceramics and some wonderful Khmer, Lanna and Sukhothai Buddha images is outstanding and well-exhibited.
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Patong Inn Art Patong
Museum of Siam Bangkok
What sets Museum Siam apart from many other museums we have been to, anywhere in the world, is the friendliness, passion, and geniune love of the people working there - sorry, ‘staff’ was a tad too cold a word to...
Very interactive and quite similar to various interesting museums in West Europe.
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Wat Phra That Cho Hae Phrae
Huay Mongkol Temple Hua Hin
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