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“Wrong map provided”

Batcat Museum and Toys Thailand
Ranked #400 of 612 things to do in Bangkok
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Reviewed 3 March 2013

Wrong map provided here. It's a lot north away although it's on the same road (Thanon Srinagrindra). If you wanna get there, get off at Huamak MRT (Airport Link) and take a taxi or motobike and you will get there in 5-10 minutes depends on traffic with the fare approximately 60 bhat for taxi and 40 bhat for motobike

The museum is interesting for toy fans but doesn't worth for a long travel if you're not. There is no washroom there so pee or poo before you get there.

Entrance fee for adult 250 bhat per person.

6  Thank mabenjamin
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Reviewed 28 December 2012

I recently made a trip down to the BatCat Museum shortly after its opening in Oct. To think the entire collection was amassed by one guy close to 40 in 8 years is certainly mind blowing. it is unbelievably big for a small museum of 2 floors. packed to the brim with toys both big & small. whether it's worth the journey depends on your expectations of what a toy museum should be. I happen to think that for a toy museum, it is well stocked. yes it can be better illustrated or explained but then again, I am not too bothered as 'a toy is a toy' right? I am not too well travelled in this regard so my only reference is Singapore's very own Mint Museum of Toys - for which in comparison, BatCat Museum fares well against it.

3  Thank mag_ty
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Reviewed 15 December 2012

Rooms full of toys crammed together in display cases, with the occasional life sized toy to break it up. Most of the toys you can see at Toys R Us, so I would imagine this is why we were the only people in the museum, together with the 100 baht adults and 60 baht kids entrance fee would scare off most Thais. Even more for tourists.

2  Thank nickvegas
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