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We enjoyed our time here. It is a peaceful oasis in the busy city. The beautiful grounds are a good place to let kids walk around before going into the more subdued sanctuary. The posted ticket price is 400 baht for adults, 200 baht for...More
I went there on a Saturday afternoon, imagining a would find the place crowded, but luckily I was wrong, what I have found was a quiet place with just a few people.
As soon as you get to the gate, you will find the elephant...More
I had a day out with a friend who was a guide. We chose two places that neither of us had visited before. The Erawan Museum is a nonsense. Apart from the three headed elephant which can be seen from a great distance (and probably...More
Bangkok BTS has now extended their train line to the museum area (BTS Station E17) so it's more convenient to get to the museum. After you arrive at the BTS station, go to exit 1 and walk down the stairs. You can then walk along...More
A colossal structure that is very impressive. Lovely inside and with fabulous detail. Small well kept gardens. Unfortunately, many "tacky" elephants serenade you as you walk beneath them. More like a very cheap seaside attraction, not in keeping with this place, the noise is disturbing...More
The main outstanding attraction of the museum is the huge three headed elephant made from copper. Most of the area is made up of many statues of elephants aswell as the beautiful water features inside the museum grounds. It is possible to go inside the...More
Erawan Museum is a museum in Samut Prakan Province and well known for its giant three-headed elephant art display.
Inside the giant elephant is a gallery of ancient buddha statues.
It is also mark the Railway's Kilometre Zero of Bangkok Railway Station.