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Siriraj Medical Museum reviews
Pretty interesting, but also very graphic, so be prepared. Put on your CSI cap. Several weeks after I viewed it, my wife told me a story. Apparently her mother was pregnant and riding a motorscooter.... more
Pretty interesting, but also very graphic, so be prepared. Put on your CSI cap. Several weeks after I viewed it, my wife told me a story. Apparently her mother was pregnant and riding a motorscooter.... more »
We have visited similar museums in St Petersburg and Berlin, so we knew what to expect. The exhibits are graphic and confronting, probably not suited to the feint hearted or children. The ancient 25.... more
We have visited similar museums in St Petersburg and Berlin, so we knew what to expect. The exhibits are graphic and confronting, probably not suited to the feint hearted or children. The ancient 25.... more »
A fascinating place for all people with some medical background. All three museums exhibit fetuses and newborns with multiple congenital disorders such as anencephaly, myelomeningocele, gastrochisis..... more
A fascinating place for all people with some medical background. All three museums exhibit fetuses and newborns with multiple congenital disorders such as anencephaly, myelomeningocele, gastrochisis..... more »
My friend had a medical appointment at the hospital, so I decided to visit the museum while waiting for him. Paid 200 Baht which gave me access to all three (maybe it’s a special thing during COVID-19), and I spent two hours visiting everything. I enjoyed all the display of anatomical, forensic, cultural, and historical perspectives.
Siriraj Medical Museum is definitely one of the top museum in Thailand. If not, one of the best in South East Asia. Whether you are here for academic research or just to wonder around to kill off some time. The easiest way to reach here is via ferry (siriraj pier), opposite to tha prachan pier. As many google reviewer says, although it is quite an adventure but surely is not for the faint of heart. Please do eat before you visit the space, and definitely not for children under 15 yrs old. There are 3 museums split inside. Dont worry, the counter receptionist will guide you with a leaflet (Eng Language as well) and there are English signage from one museum to another as well. Photos are not allowed except for the Siriraj Bimuksthan Museum and the pre historic building where you can get to know more during the area within WWII. Medical students, there should cover you many aspects of medical care, theory and researches purpose. But for quite - squeamish person like myself, I still do enjoy it, but it is very disturbing when seeing corpses and trauma injuries (homicide, suicide etc) graphic visuals. There is some audio tech to assist you for Non-Thai speakers. Not too sure about "request touring" for Eng language. Would be great to have one at an additional cost. When I was there, I only witnessed Thai Speaking small group tour/walk through. Ticket Prices for Local: 80 THB Ticket Prices for Foreigners: 250 THB This is an international level museum. Truly remarkable. Worth the visit. Highly Recommend. Do check their facebook page a day before you pay a visit. Incase they, closed for covid19 pandemic etc.
Fascinating 5 building museum of history and medical procedures in a beautiful setting along the Chao Phraya River. Authentic preserved specimens, skeletons and fetuses. Very graphic and interesting, but not for the squeamish. Highly recommend.
This place is a must if you are into anatomy and forensic! The expositions are very, very interesting;I was captivated from start to end. When you pay for the entry, you are actually paying a small price for about 4-5 museums which are all of them interesting. My favorite was the one with the congenital defects of babies.
This is a place for non shoppers who visit Bangkok. This is my third time coming to Bangkok, i got tired of shopping malls and night markets. Found this museum online, my curiosity about the "museum of death" sends me here. Entrance Ticket cost 200 baht for foreign. Spent close to 4 hours here visiting all the 3 museums. The anatomical and Siriraj museum has a lot of real dead bodies , almost fully grown up babies with congenital body deformation, wounded body parts, disgusting pictures of the deceased etc. It can be very disturbing to watch and i feel so grateful for having a healthy and complete body. The last museum - Bimuksthan Museum. The set up was very impressive. The museum even set up a mini cinema with special lighting effects, explaining about the history of the area.
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