Bangkok National Museum is the central branch of the National Museums of Thailand and one of the biggest museums in Southeast Asia.
The famous monument in Wongwian Yai of the King Taksin the Great who liberated the country after Ayutthaya was taken by the Burmese in 1767.
The monument is dedicated to the Siamese coup d’état of 1932, leading to the constitutional monarchy being established.
The Victory Monument was erected in 1941 to honor the people who battled for the Kingdom during the conflict between Thailand and France.
One of the most breathtakingly beautiful museums and places of worshipping in Thailand. The succession of past to present history, art, religion and culture.
20,000 square meters of exhibitions featuring paintings, sculptures, mixed media and installation art from Thai art masters.
Madame Tussauds in Bangkok features over 70 wax figures of famous people. See the statues list, ticket price, location and working hours.
The Bangkokian Museum is a small collection of structures and artifacts that seeks to preserve a piece of Bangkok before World War II.