Seværdigheder og attraktioner
- Blandt lokalbefolkningen
- Kongelige projekter, forskning og udvikling
- Kunst, kultur og historie
- » Archaeological
- » Besøgssteder fra anden verdenskrig
- » Historiske huse
- » Historiske steder og monumenter
- » Kunst- og håndværksmuseum
- » Kunstgallerier
- » Lande- og mindesmærker
- » Museer
- » Thailands kongeslotte
- Rekreation og underholdning
- Religiøse steder
- Spa og velvære
- Thailands dyr og natur
- Vingårde og bryggerier
Attractions at Thailand museums range from art to history, showcasing Thai culture and heritage within comfortable and conveniently located venues throughout the Kingdom. From the National Museum to Vimanmek Mansion, Bangkok museums make great additions to a sightseeing tour of the city. Many rural provinces also feature informative museums, providing insight on everything from dinosaurs that once roamed the countryside to the inception and development of the modern silk industry.
First opened its doors in 1961, Chao Sam Phraya National Museum was built to collect and display antiques, Buddha images and precious items found in the underground crypts of the prang (pagoda) tower of Wat Ratchaburana....
Situated on Rotchana Road, this is the research institute established to study on the history of Ayutthaya when it was the capital of Siam (former Thailand). The studies and researches of the center are later used for ex...
Situated on the bank of Pasak River, Chankasem Palace was built during the reign of King Maha Thammaraja, the 17th Ayutthaya monarch, to be a residence of his son, later King Naresuan. The palace was later destroyed duri...
The museum is located at the residence of its founder, Mr. Phaithun Khaomala, a renowned Thai boat modeler and former boat builder. Inspired by their beauty and relationship to the lives of Thai people, Phaithun dedicate...