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This museum, considered the largest in Southeast Asia, houses a vast collection of antiquities including prehistoric art, murals, bronzes, exhibits from other Asian countries and ceremonial carriages used by royal families.
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I can recommend to join the free guided tours that are given in English, German, French and maybe other languages by volunteers. Unfortunately, too many rooms that I wanted to visit were closed for repair works. In any case, if you are interested in the...More
Walking into the hall, you can see many exquisite treasures of the Royal treasure. They are exquisite, ingenious, golden, gemstone-inlaid handicraft treasures and gifts. They are incomparably luxurious, especially the most attractive eye-catching gold products, such as the gold dragon boat for the crowning of...More
I think the highlight of the museum is the hall with the royal funeral chariots and accompanying objects – they are gorgeous and breathtaking, and you won't find anything like this anywhere else. The classic Thai architecture of the buildings and pavilions on the museum...More
For a dynasty that can easily be traced to the 14,th century this museum is truly deceiving ... furniture dating from the 19 th century and some 16 th century sculptures where any decent Asian exhibit outside of Asia can provide pieces going as fare...More
I was here a few times in the past and it’s a museum comprised of many buildings. Some buildings are more important and these are more modern and air conditioned, many of the buildings aren’t air conditioned The main building that has the best sculptures...More
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Hi, when we visited in November it was free to get in. This, we were told, was because of the King’s death. Although there are renovations going on, there is still much to see, and there were large crowds including many... More
Hi, when we visited in November it was free to get in. This, we were told, was because of the King’s death. Although there are renovations going on, there is still much to see, and there were large crowds including many groups. We found the museum most interesting.