Tourist Attractions

พิพิธภัณฑ์ศิริราชพิมุขสถาน / Siriraj Bimuksthan Museum

Siriraj Hospital expanded to become the largest hospital in the region. Healthcare services were offered to patients regardless of their social or financial status. A wide array of advanced academic knowledge and various medical missions have been benefiting Thai people and society since its humble beginnings. As Siriraj grew many hospital museums were relocated or eliminated so as to accommodate the necessary expansion.

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ศาลายาทัวร์ / Salaya Tour

Salaya Campus, opened in 1982, is just a short distance from Bangkok's city limits in Phuttamonthon District, Nakhon Pathom Province, on 520 acres (210 hectares) of natural beauty, landscaped gardens and lush tropical scenery.

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พิพิธภัณฑ์หุ่นขี้ผึ้งไทย / Thai Human Imagery

Thai Human Imagery Museum is the first museum of fiberglass models in Thailand. It was born from spiritual power predestination of a group of creator leaded by Artist Duangkaew Phityakornsilp, with the objectives of promotion, propagation and conservation of Thai art, culture, and custom which will benefit the study and research of future generations.

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พุทธมณฑล / Phutthamonthon

Phutthamonthon (Thai: พุทธมณฑล, also often called Buddha Monthon) is a Buddhist park in the Phutthamonthon district, Nakhon Pathom Province of Thailand, west of Bangkok. It is highlighted by a 15.87 m (52 ft) high Buddha statue, which is considered to be the highest free-standing Buddha statue of the world.

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พิพิธภัณฑสถานแห่งชาติ พระนคร / National Museums

The history of the National Museum Bangkok dates back to 1874 when His Majesty, King Rama V opened the first public "museum" to exhibit the royal collection of King Rama IV, and other objects of general interest, at the Concordia Pavilion inside the Brand Palace. Later, the Museum was transferred to its present site, the "Wang Na", or "Palace to the Front" which had been the palace of the Prince Successor. In 1926, it was named the "Bangkok Museum" and subsequently developed into the National Museum Bangkok, when it came under the direction of the Department of Fine Arts in 1934.

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วัดพระศรีรัตนศาสดาราม (วัดพระแก้ว) / Wat Phra Si Rattana Satsadaram

Wat Phra Si Rattana Satsadaram or the Temple of the Emerald Buddha is the official name of Wat Phra Kaew, the royal monastery situated on the northeastern/northwestern corner of the Grand Palace in Bangkok. It houses the statue of Phra Phuttha Maha Mani Rattana Patimakon (Emerald Buddha) and is the place where significant religious ceremonies are conducted. The construction of the temple was completed in 1784 and there have been constant renovations during every reign from King Rama I to IX. The interior of the Ubosoth and the entire compound walls are decorated with mural paintings. Apart from these, other highlights within the temple include the eight stupas, Phra Si Ratana Chedi, the model of Angor Wat, etc.

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