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Thai Life Permanent Exhibition, Bangkok

This venue displays the history of the Thai people and the different aspects of Thai culture, as developed from pre-historic times up to the present day.

This venue displays the history of the Thai people and the different aspects of Thai culture, as developed from pre-historic times up to the present day. It mostly focuses on the struggle the Thai people have overcome throughout history to stay independent. The exhibition is divided into five topics covering the history of Thai culture, important archaeological sites in Thailand, world civilization, the origins of the Thais, and Thai language and literature. The information is told in a presentation using computer generated imagery, photography, slide-presentations and even puppets.


Hours

Sun

Closed

Mon

9:30

16:30

Tue

9:30

16:30

Wed

9:30

16:30

Thu

9:30

16:30

Fri

9:30

16:30

Sat

Closed

About Thai Life Permanent Exhibition

 Thailand Cultural Centre, Walthana Tham Rd

 +66 2 247-0028

 www.culture.go.th

Thai Life Permanent Exhibition and Nearby Sights on Map

Royal City Avenue

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Wat Ga Buang Kim

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Santiphap Park

Kamthieng House Museum

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Nagaraphirom Park

A newly created park that opened in December 2010 right beside Tha Tien Pier and the Chao Phraya River

Victory Monument (Bangkok)

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Thai Labour Museum

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Phaya Thai Palace

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