Jesada Technik Museum

Jesada Technik Museum, Nakhon Chai Si: Address, Phone Number, Jesada Technik Museum Reviews: 4.5/5

Jesada Technik Museum
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BangkokSachse
Bangkok, Thailand38,831 contributions
Free small car museum.
Mar 2021
It is free to enter. There are small cars in the museum. The museum is well maintained. We spent about one hour there.
Written March 27, 2021
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EggChaser
Buriram, Thailand1,009 contributions
London Bus
Dec 2019 • Friends
Just lots and lots of old cars to look at! Free entry and very instagram-able place. Great if you like shooting photos.
Written December 21, 2019
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Katrina C
Bangkok, Thailand308 contributions
Good collection but not an interactive museum
Nov 2019 • Family
It has a good collection of cars, scooters, bikes, motorcycles, planes and buses. Especially one of many treasures is DMC! They also kindly offer free drinks at the premises.
I just wish they would have few cars open for kids to get into and steer the wheel, etc. My son is 3 and it was hard to stop him from climbing into cars. If they could offer a little bit of more interactivity for visitors and more information about the items they have, would make this museum ever better. But overall we’ve had a good time there.
Written November 13, 2019
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Paul C
774 contributions
Transport-a-holics paradise
Aug 2019 • Friends
On the upside, as the song says ‘trains and boats and planes’- well there are trains on their own tracks. We saw no boats but many aircraft of various sorts PLUS taxis from London and elsewhere, London Routemaster buses, thousands of cars from the Bubble to the right-seated stretch limos.

On the downside there is no signage so it is not easy to find, there are very limited catering facilities (so after a 90 minute car trip, no much needed tea or coffee) and the main aircraft/bus site is open only on Saturday - pleasingly the Staff opened it up for us.

As a ‘bus nut’ it was freaky to see the number plate of RML 2622 on a Leyland Titan PD3!!!!
Written August 8, 2019
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Faisal
3 contributions
A 'must see' place for automobile lovers.
Mar 2019 • Couples
A huge but unusual collection of cars from various eras. Mostly very well maintained. A few planes, buses and trains as well.
Written April 3, 2019
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venividivice
Ko Samui, Thailand839 contributions
A labour of love by an aficionado of old cars
Nov 2018 • Couples
The owner has quite a collection of mostly post-war cars and although many are in pretty poor shape, there is plenty here to interest anyone who has an interest in this sort of thing. Not sure I would travel a long way to see it, but if you are passing through the area or staying somewhere nearby, it is well worth a visit
Written December 13, 2018
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Wilson J
Melbourne, Australia87 contributions
Not in the priority list
Dec 2018 • Friends
A motley collection of cars the conditions of which look better in the photos. Nothing particularly exotic nor desirable when they were new. However if you have run out of temples or shopping centres to visit this may be an option. It is about an hour’s drive out of Bangkok. Bonus: it is completely free.
Written December 7, 2018
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andy50210
London, UK165 contributions
Incredible Collection, Friendly Owner, and its Free
Dec 2017 • Friends
I had a great day out here, this is perhaps the world's biggest collection of Bubble Cars, but there are so many other cars too, also planes, buses (Routemaster!) and even helicopters. I got speaking to the owner and he even showed me parts of the museum that are usually out of bounds to the public. It's entirely privately owned, and the owner is a real car enthusiast with a remarkable knowledge and love of all things automotive. This is free, though donations are appreciated, and its a great day for the family and kids always love the bubble cars. They have a Delorean here which may be the only one in Thailand.
Written November 19, 2018
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Davidsontour
Bangkok, Thailand59 contributions
Well worth a visit.
Sep 2018 • Friends
Popped into the Jesada Technik museum on the way back to BKK from Kanchanaburi.
Having seen pictures on the net I just had to see it for myself.
A vast collection of cars from around the world.
Free entry and plenty of parking.
Written September 18, 2018
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Tariq O
1 contribution
Back to the future
Sep 2018 • Family
Nice place to visit if you are vintage car lover...big hall with old fasion car and some vintage decoration...but before came in you need to take some food because here dont have any shop or restoran...only have small stall are selling a bottle of water...
Written September 14, 2018
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