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Erawan Museum

99/9 Moo 1 Sukhumvit Road Bangmuangmai, Samut Prakan 10270, Thailand
+66 2 380 0305
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Incredible, beautiful museum!

I discovered this place on trip advisor last time we came to Bangkok but we ran out of time to... read more

Reviewed yesterday
HollyrCasey
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Worth a visit on the way to Mueng Boran

It is a nice museum built by the same family of Mueng Boran (Siam Ancient city). There's a huge... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
MauriVarese_Italy
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99/9 Moo 1 Sukhumvit Road Bangmuangmai, Samut Prakan 10270, Thailand
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+66 2 380 0305

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I discovered this place on trip advisor last time we came to Bangkok but we ran out of time to visit. So when we planned to visit Bangkok again this was on my must do list and we were not disappointed! The museum is in...More

Thank HollyrCasey
Reviewed 3 days ago

It is a nice museum built by the same family of Mueng Boran (Siam Ancient city). There's a huge Erawan Statue, with a museum inside. Included in the ticket price they provide you an Audio guide where you can even listen the life story of...More

Thank MauriVarese_Italy
Reviewed 3 days ago

The Erewan Museum really is a "must see". Its fundamental concept of displaying several major religions in a most spectacular setting as a way to encouraging a more peaceful world is one which is impossible to fault. The audio guide is clear and explains the...More

Thank Peter C
Reviewed 1 week ago

the 3 headed elephant! it weighs 250 tonnes! it took 10 years to build and you can see why when you enter the museum. never have I seen such a delicate arrangement of styles and precise detail including the glazed roof which was designed and...More

Thank iberia9
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I believe this is worth a visit if you are in Thailand, as a visitor or resident for a little while. The museum provides quite a lot of information on Thai culture and history ranging from the influence of Hinduism in Thai Buddhism to the...More

1  Thank Nekehia Q
Reviewed May 3, 2017 via mobile

Very modern museum, the art work is western cum thai original, we took a train to On nut bts station

Thank Sally A
Reviewed April 17, 2017 via mobile

It's pricy (entrance fee is 400) but that place is amazing! Three levels: underworld, earth and cosmos, breathtaking legends, eye-popping interior, amazing idea! Audio guide is included. Listen from no1 to the last number! The garden is also amazing, beautiful space!

1  Thank Alex B
Reviewed April 7, 2017 via mobile

A pleasant little get away inside Bangkok. My Thai girlfriend wanted to see something different in Bangkok so I took her to the museum. Unfortunately price discrimination on entry prices for foreign tourists still apply. I opted to take the audio tour but wasnt told...More

Thank isnakebite
Reviewed April 5, 2017

Visited 16-Mar My wife and I were disappointed by this so called “museum”. Whilst the building itself is very impressive with a large statue of Erawan (the mythological white elephant who carries the Hindu God Indra) on top of a building inspired by an apple,...More

Thank PRMandWEN
Reviewed April 4, 2017

Erawan museum is a good visit to learn about Thai Culture and history and to see an amazing collection of pottery and antiques. It's a bit far off the tourist track but if pottery and religion is interesting to you , go for it.

1  Thank Gurukohli
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AndradaB13
Hello, is there the possibility to store our luggage (2 backpacks) anywhere at the entrance?
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
Can anyone tell me what the hours for the museum are? The official website says it is open until 7 PM, but there are a few unofficial ones that say it closes at 5. I would like to visit on a Saturday afternoon.
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
We will be driving to the Erawan Museum. Just want to confirm whether is there any parking spaces within the museum's compound ? I know there are parking lots underneath the flyover but it is quite a distant away. Any shuttle arrangements from there ?
October 13, 2016|
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Response from YAREXPHOTOGRAPHY | Reviewed this property |
We drove there also. It was a lot on the North side of the compound. I remember it being on the small side so good luck.
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