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Erawan Museum

99/9 Moo 1 Sukhumvit Road | Bangmuangmai, Samut Prakan 10270, Thailand
+66 2 371 3135
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Tacky in Parts.

This place is situated on the outskirts of Bangkok and is underneath a motorway junction. When I... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
gmtthws
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Exeter, United Kingdom
Amazing structure/interiors and lovely peaceful garden

Being an annual traveller to Bangkok, I have seen a lot of the sights on offer so am always... read more

Reviewed November 6, 2017
the_stoddarts
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Sydney, Australia
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99/9 Moo 1 Sukhumvit Road | Bangmuangmai, Samut Prakan 10270, Thailand
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

This place is situated on the outskirts of Bangkok and is underneath a motorway junction. When I arrived I paid the 400 Bart entrance fee and picked up my audio guide. First impressions were good but I soon found myself in a sort of mini...More

2  Thank gmtthws
Reviewed November 6, 2017

Being an annual traveller to Bangkok, I have seen a lot of the sights on offer so am always scratching around for something new and this museum was suggested to me by Bangkok Walking Adventures (with whom I usually have one tour each stay 😊)...More

1  Thank the_stoddarts
Reviewed October 29, 2017

Entrance fee: 300bht/person I like the garden, it's filled with wonderfu statues. Make sure you wear long pants, I was in shorts but no worries because you can get a wrap skirt in the changing room just outside of the entrance. Its free! You can...More

Thank Caryn J
Reviewed October 15, 2017

Worth the visit and it has an educational component like a museum would if you use the free audio guide players but this isn't like a museum that holds artifacts or exhibits. It's an interestingly and nicely constructed set of gardens and smaller shrines with...More

Thank bleggo
Reviewed October 3, 2017

I visited the Erawan Museum after Mueang Boran (which is in the same area) and I have to say that this museum is very worth it. The entire interior of the museum is decorated in pieces of actual china, beer bottles, soy sauce bottles, and...More

2  Thank psyee2017
Reviewed September 14, 2017 via mobile

Today we wanted to visit the Ancient city of Siam, however the cabbie misunderstood and took us to The Erawan Museum, about 20km short of the Ancient city. Erawan Museum is spectacular in its own right and is the vision of one man (see photo),...More

Thank FLAT666
Reviewed August 27, 2017 via mobile

Amazing views as you enter the site. The museum itself has great decoration and worth a visit on its own. The grounds are absolutely spectacular. Location of the museum is somewhat a challenge as it is quite far from downtown. You can always take the...More

Thank Traveler2009
Reviewed August 23, 2017 via mobile

I have been to bangkok for more than 10 years but this is the first time to this museum / temple. The structure is amazing especially inside the museum. However, this place is not directly accessible by mrt. You need to take a 5min cab...More

Thank gracebeh88
Reviewed August 22, 2017

This museum / temple has been on my list for years and after visiting it this year I wondered why I had waited so much! It was truly amazing! The place was quiet and peaceful (despite being so close to the main road!) and I...More

Thank BananaLu
Reviewed August 12, 2017 via mobile

When we went we used the BTS to the end of the line and walked from there. It was a long walk around 2km. You could easily get a taxi to it from the station. The BTS is expanding and will include a stop conveniently...More

Thank FeelingCultured
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AndradaB13
April 21, 2017|
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Response from KEITH H | Reviewed this property |
I am sure this would not be a problem as there is a large reception area.
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psykonaut07
January 23, 2017|
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Response from Paul C | Reviewed this property |
As far as I am aware it closes at 7pm but as it gets dark about an hour before that I would not leave it 'late in afternoon' to visit.
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Lucas4060
October 13, 2016|
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Response from TayLunlaa | Reviewed this property |
There is the parking space nearby the museum, it is located under the upper-expressway bridge. keep on left lane and observe the signage. You can have short walk from the parking space to the museum.
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