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This is a marvellous place to learn about King Rama V of Thailand. The exhibition is on the Thanwarn Wathu Building just opposite Sanam Luang and the Grand Palace. If you plan to visit this area, the exhibition is also highly recommended but you need...More
This exhibition is worth to visit. All visitors will know more about our Thai beloved King Rama V's story presenting in 7 halls. This is momorial for the century of the King Rama V's dealth that it has opened since 23 Oct 2010. I came...More
We came across this place accidentally on our way to our intended destination. This place is clean and neat. And the best thing about this place, it's free.
We were the only ones inside the museum that time so we were able to take our...More
Housed in a classic old building between the National Museum and the Grand Palace. This covers the times of King Rama 5 and is worth taking the time to visit. It explores his contribution to Thailand and bringing it into the twentieth century. Many old...More
I called this place a museum, but the staff were quick to correct me, it was an exhibition. I stepped inside and at first I was disappointed. Who cares about this? But after 10 minutes I was really eager to learn more about King Chulalongkorn...More
Date of experience: February 2015
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While you’ll see skyscrapers in most parts of Bangkok, it’s the gilded roofs of ancient pagodas that adorn the skyline of Banglamphu, the city’s historical and most touristic district. Hordes of tourists flock to this area to tick quite a few must-see attractions off their to-do list, with the Grand Palace being the most spectacular of them all. Banglamphu is also home to Bangkok’s infamous tourist ghetto, centered around
Khao San Road. Visit at night to feast on road-side pad thai, cheap beers and if you’re up for it, some dancing fueled by buckets of Thai whiskey.