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Bangkok Half Day National Museum
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Bangkok Half Day National Museum

  • Schedule

    (08:30 hrs – 12:30 hrs / 13:00 hrs – 17:00 hrs)
  • Tour guide

    English / French / Chinese / Italy
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    Pick up
  • Transport

    Private car
1/2 day
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The Bangkok National Museum is the largest one in Southeast Asia. Established in 1874 by King Rama V to exhibit the antiques and relics from the rule of King Rama IV, the museum is located in the grounds of the 18th Century Wang Na Palace. Visiting here, you will learn about Thai art, culture and history through a vast array of artifacts showcasing the country’s history and view one of the best collections of Southeast Asian art.
For those seeking an introduction to Thai art, culture and history, this is the best place to start. Located near the Grand Palace, the museum’s buildings date from 1782 and are as much a part of the display as the objects contained within them. Popular items in the museum include an early Buddha image from Gandhara in India with obvious signs of influence from classical Greek sculptures; a display of traditional musical instruments from Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Indonesia and the collection of royal funerary carriages, including the massive and still used Vajayant Rajarot that requires 300 men to pull. Spread over various separate galleries, perhaps in a calm and “cooler” environment, you will be able to learn more about Thailand and its vivid history.

Package Prices For All Season ($) (From 01/01 To 31/12)

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