Me and my partner had quite a bit of time to kill in Bangkok so decided to do something different and we are glad we came here. It was quite difficult to find as there are a few buildings within the hospital area that are...More
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We took 2 of the buildings, it is OK, but not that awesome. 200 Bath pr. pax for 2 buildings. Funny to see it, but if you are not a medicine student do not expect to use more that one hour!
This was something I really wanted to see, and am glad I did it but probably wouldn't go again. Not for the faint hearted but very interesting, more medical based than gruesome (although there is some pretty gruesome items). 95% of it is in Thai...More
Visiting these museums was a highlight of Bangkok. They are extremely morbid, not for the faint of heart, but intensely interesting. So many conjoined twins.. I posed the question to my friends, how many conjoined twins do they think we saw that day? Probably a...More
Not for the faint-hearted... I thought I'd a stronger stomach but was a little taken aback when I saw all the babies. My husband and 3-year old found it really interesting (my 7-year old takes after me in the sensitivity stakes!!). Great place to go...More
I've always been very facinated with everything macabre and this tour was part of my bucket list so it felt like completing a very important pilgrimage for me. The specimens are very well-preserved and the old buildings added a pleasantly eerie ambiance to the display....More
Not for everyone but we took our boys who are 13 and 11 and for all of us this was a very fascinating museum. If you don't mind the reality and truth behind death then this is worth a visit!. After all it is a...More
Despite the construction, there are number of interesting stories, preserved specimens and lots more. Highly recommended.
Not the typical tourists attraction, but a nice place to visit if you're into the gory side of life. No photography is allowed and you have to surrender a form of ID at the front desk (don't forget to pick it up upon your departure!)...More
The museum is a 10 min walk from the Wang Lang Pier. There is a 200 THB entrance fee for the museum. If you haven't eaten anything yet, this place has everything to make a perfect horror movie. From preserved dead newborns, to bullet riddled...More