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The Bangkok Dolls Museum displays a collection of about 400 dolls from around the world.
The Bangkok Dolls Museum displays a collection of about 400 dolls from around the world. Established by Khunying Tongkorn Chandavimol in 1956 after she completed a course on doll making at the Ozawa Doll School in Tokyo, it has since grown into a full-fledged museum. Apart from international dolls, there are local Khon dolls, hill tribe dolls, Thai rural dolls and Khon mask miniatures.
85 Soi Ratchataphan (Soi Mo Leng)
+66 2 245-3008
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