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The exhibition features a collection of old and modern items that were used every day by both townspeople and villagers.
The exhibition features a collection of old and modern items that were used every day by both townspeople and villagers. Items like as toys, books, stationery and kitchen and household utensils throughout the years are on display, forming a legacy of the past to be inherited by the present. The modern 3.5-storey building of 3 chambers covers a total area of 232 square metres. The first floor shows an old atmosphere of shop houses that date from before 1957, including a cafe, pharmacy, barber shop, and others. There are also rooms with changing exhibitions and various topics.
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This Chinese-style ceremonial gate is located at the Odeon Circle
The zoo is a good destination for families and children with animals such as giraffes, zebras, deer, hippos, elephants and tigers
The newest of Bangkok's famous temples, this unique wat has been constructed during the reign of King Rama V
Located in front of Lumphini Park, the statue was sculpted by Professor Corado Feroci, an Italian sculptor that in Thailand is better known as Silpa Bhirasri
This art gallery shows works of some of the hottest upcoming Thai artists
The entrance to the Dusit Palace is a gigantic motorway with the statue of King Rama V (Chulalongkorn) riding a stallion right in the centre
The museum building is in the Bang Khum Phrom Palace, a former royal residence of HRH Prince Boriphat Sukhumphan, the 33rd son of King Rama V (Chulalongkorn)
The Victory Monument was constructed in 1941 by military dictator Plaek Pibulsongkhram to commemorate the 59 Thais who lost their lives in the short and inconclusive Franco-Thai War
The Dusit Palace is a large complex of 13 royal residences and few other buildings built by King Rama V on Rattanakosin Island in the early 20th century
This is the oldest charitable society of Bangkok, founded in 1902 by Chinese immigrants in Thailand