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Siriraj Medical Museum

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Address: Siriraj Hospital, 2 Wang Lang Rd. | Siriraj, Bangkok Noi, Bangkok 10700, Thailand
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+66 2 419 2619
Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
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Siriraj Bhimuksathan Museum

This museum is situated in Siriraj Hospital. It displays two parts. One is the history of Siriraj Hospital and modern medical education in Thailand. It is interesting to see how... read more

Reviewed 13 November 2015
Bangkok, Thailand
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Bangkok, Thailand
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38 reviews
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Reviewed 13 November 2015

This museum is situated in Siriraj Hospital. It displays two parts. One is the history of Siriraj Hospital and modern medical education in Thailand. It is interesting to see how doctors were educated in Thailand a hundred years ago. You’ll probably be surprised to see foreign lecturers signed their names in Thai in the graduates’ degree certificate. The other part... More 

Thank Aroonee
Ban Amphour
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 125 helpful votes
Reviewed 12 November 2015

A multitude of exhibits involving the human body. Beautifully exhibited and immensely educational. A vast variety of examples of human conditions displayed.

Thank Navalator
Bangkok, Thailand
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56 reviews
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 9 helpful votes
Reviewed 12 November 2015

On the opposite side of the River- there's a museum of medical oddities, but unless you're a little skewed you won't find much interesting.

Thank Caljacqueline
Newcastle upon Tyne
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14 reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 31 helpful votes
Reviewed 11 November 2015

Now the guide books will tell you that this place has some mummified murderers bodies, but they dont make clear that you are met in room 1 with a range of young ie babies cadavres, in jars, which for those of you who aren't expecting could be a bit of a shock. We'd done the usual sites a few times... More 

Thank KarenBeks
Vancouver, Washington
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 10 helpful votes
Reviewed 11 November 2015

After a ferry ride and some walking we reached this museum. The info online said the entry cost was 40 Baht, but it was like 250 Baht per person. It's an updated facility and it just was a little less interesting than I thought is could be and definitely not worth it at the going entry fee. There are better... More 

Thank JRBailor
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Reviewed 10 November 2015

Half way through the Watpo Thai Medical Massage Class, we are taken to Sirirat Medical Museum to have a better look a the human body, outside and inside (!). Interesting when you need to know more about the body. I bad no idea somewhere like existed.

Thank LittleSparkle S
Liverpool, United Kingdom
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 10 helpful votes
Reviewed 10 November 2015

Cheap entry, free audo guide in English take the sky train to the boat and the boat to the museum - great ways to see the city and cheap the museum was so interesting and sinister. Mummified bodies, murder wound bones, deformed phetus', info on tsunamis, cancers, parasites. museum in a hospital. Was quiet when we went. Highly recommend

Thank fiona f
Stockport, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 6 November 2015 via mobile

The museum was pretty cool and factual however I feel there could of been more information in English as this limited is to what we could read even though we had the audio guide which not every point was working which made it hard for us to understand everything. Still recommend

Thank marvinmc1
Bangkok, Thailand
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 87 helpful votes
Reviewed 4 November 2015

The museum is within the hospital and somewhat hard to find, but once you find it and the staff around it, you have discovered a hidden gem within Thailand. Although its gory and somewhat disturbing, its simple and brilliant at the same time. The setup takes you back to a 1920's biology lab with human specimens. If you are into... More 

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Reviewed 31 October 2015 via mobile

Sadly no picture is allowed to be taken. Great experience to learn human organs, embryo development etc. Saw some of skeleton important people are also on display

Thank Steffi M

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