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The museum is on the third floor of the Pharmaceutical Association of Thailand under Royal Patronage Building.
The museum is on the third floor of the Pharmaceutical Association of Thailand under Royal Patronage Building. It was established to publicise about traditional Thai medicine from past to present, so that later generations would learn and treasure it. The exhibition features various topics, such as the birth of pharmacy, the evolution of oriental pharmacy and basic wisdom, the evolution of western Thai pharmacy and the evolution of herbs and natural products. Contact in advance if you are visiting with a group.
40 Sukhumvit Soi 38
+66 2 391-6243
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