The recently renovated European-style mansion of the Ministry of Commerce of Thailand has been turned in good use

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Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho) & Museum of Siam Tour from Bangkok (Multi Languages)

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Wat Pho is a Buddhist temple in Phra Nakhon district, Bangkok, Thailand. It is located in the Rattan...


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Halfday Join Tour Worship Trip to Reclining Buddha Bangkok

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This is Unique Buddhist temple recognized by UNESCO, It is also good to pray Lord Buddha here for a ...


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Museum of Siam, Bangkok

The recently renovated European-style mansion of the Ministry of Commerce of Thailand has been turned in good use.

The recently renovated European-style mansion of the Ministry of Commerce of Thailand has been turned in good use. It now is the Museum of Siam, a permanent exhibition about the history of the Thai nation, its culture and its interaction with other nations and cultures. As with all the new museums in town, it's a so-called 'discovery museum', in which visitors can play and interact with the objects shown. It is a lot fun, for children and adults alike, and informative at a superficial level. First you watch a subtitled short film about Thai-foreign interaction, with some Thai inside jokes about foreigners. Then you'll walk through several historically-themed rooms, starting in prehistory and ending in the modern age. Make sure your camera is charged and its memory unit empty, as there are many photo opportunities. You can sit in a tuk-tuk, prepare fake Thai food, bomb medieval armies, wear colonial-age clothing, present a news programme and sit in a 50s-style diner.






















About Museum of Siam

 4 Sanam Chai Rd

 +66 2 225-2777

Museum of Siam and Nearby Sights on Map

Wat Pho

Wat Pho, popularly known as the Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Phra Chetuphon Vimolmangklararm Rajwaramahaviharn in Thai), is the largest temple of Bangkok, and probably the oldest too, predating the founding of the capital by almost 200 years

Pak Khlong Talat

Pak Khlong Talat is the main flower market in the city, a fragrant riot of beautiful colors, especially at dawn when the flowers arrive fresh from cuttings

Saranrom Park

The Saranrom Park offers shade and relaxation in the midst of greenery and fountains

Wat Ratchapradit

The Wat Ratchapradit offers a quiet corner to get away from the busy streets of the city

Charoen Krung Road

Charoen Krung Road runs alongside the Chao Phraya river, with several major attractions on it including Chinatown, Sala Chalermkrung Royal Theatre, Wat Mangkon Kamalawat, Assumption Cathedral, Bangkok Folk Museum, and Wat Yan Nawa


Phahurat is Bangkok's Little India, with rows of shops and stalls selling ethnic Indian culinary ingredients and accessories

Queen Savang Vadhana Museum

The Sra Pathum Palace is an oasis of silence right behind Siam Paragon

Wat Ratchabophit

Built by King Rama V in 1869, it was created to keep up with the tradition that each newly-appointed monarch erected a temple to mark his reign

Corrections Museum

The Bangkok Corrections Museum is located on the site of a former maximum security Bangkok Remand Prison built in 1890 during the reign of King Rama V

Grand Palace

A must-see attraction in Bangkok, the Grand Palace complex has the royal residence and the venerated Temple of the Emerald Buddha, apart from throne halls and government offices