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Bangkok has many places that are quite interesting, and for those who like a bit of history, its museums don’t disappoint. From outdoor wonderlands with rich, cultural finds, to indoor adventures into Thailand’s past, we have selected some of the city’s top museums in which to see. 1. National Museum King Rama V founded the National Museum back in 1887, and it is now Southeast Asia’s largest. Housed in a former palace and full of artefacts that display Thailand’s historical roots, it is definitely a place in which to discover many lesser known facts about the country formerly known as […]

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Visited the Railway Museum, hidden in a corner of Hua Lamphong station, in March this year. Not a huge collection but interesting to see.  The way things are going I think the whole of the station is going to be one big museum in the future.

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