Bangkok National Museum houses the largest collection of Thai art and artifacts in the country. This is definitely worth a visit, especially if you visit Wat Phra Kaew or the Grand Palace.An ideal place for history buffs, the Bangkok National Museum displays some of the finest collections of art and artifacts reflecting Thai culture.
Nestled on an ancient 18th century land, the Wang Na Palace, the National Museum of Bangkok was created by King Rama V and featured gifts and antiques that his father had given him. Today, it houses one of the largest collections of Thai art and artifacts in a well-organized manner.
The Sivamokhaphiman Room houses a Thai History Gallery featuring Sukhothai Exhibitions in the Rattanakosin Times. You can see a plethora of decorative arts, antique sculptures, precious stones, ceramics, clothing and textiles, gold treasures, traditional musical instruments, wood carvings and collections of Chinese weapons from from all over Southeast Asia. Other than that.
the museum also features religious and ceremonial artifacts, the viceroy’s throne and an extraordinary collection of chronologically arranged Buddha images. To make the most of the museum, you can take part in the free guided tour organized by National Museum volunteers on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 9:30 am in English and French. One can also enjoy visits in Japanese on Wednesdays only and in German on Thursdays only. Photography is not allowed inside the museum complex
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