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This is an old fashioned 1920's museum attached to the main hospital. The best way to reach it ,is by the river ferries, which drop customers at the hospital.
There are two buildings to visit, about 50 yards apart, and it is a fascinating insight...More
Saw the reviews, and thought it would be good to check out.
Didn't realize it was right beside Wang Lang Market. Big hospital, the clinic was hard to exactly locate.
I did the tour, it was ok, never found the cannibal guys corpse, went through...More
The macabre subject matter is surely the appeal of this informative, yet disturbing, collection of displays and exhibits.
Both myself and my partner are professionals within the health service and we are certainly accustomed with death and disease (we have attended a post-mortem together in...More
still worth a visit, if you have seen the typical tourist spots and look for something unique of ut's own.
While others might say, why the heck you want to see a forensic museum with corpses and bones, I say it's something you don't see...More
The website and Google clearly stated it was opened, so I took a cab down, only to be told it was closed till Wed. I wish they had updated their site so pple don't make a wasted trip down. Most disappointing.
Located inside the Sririraj Hospital complex, it's actually a collection of museums in separate buildings. It's a bit challenging to find but signs are there to help you out.
Entrance is 200 Baht and gives you access to the Medical Museum and Congdon's Anatomy Museum....More
For those who is non medical this museum can be distressing. There are a few sections but the most interesting part is the forensic and the anatomy department. It remind me so much memories during my medical student years.