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While we walked around the several historic royal barges, we could see multiple tour boats stop out in the water, say a few words, and keep moving. They don't know what they missed. These boats, at anchor in the water inside the boathouse, have very...More
As an avid visitor to Ayutthaya the ratings on this museum should be much higher. Google maps gives the correct directions right up to the point where you are at it but don’t know where it is! It shows a very small Soi which there...More
This was amazing! It was a recommendation and we were so happy to go. We had a personal tour of the boats, complete with history, by the son of the original boat maker. Do not miss this museum. DO NOT.
My wife and I drove to Ayutthaya specifically to buy a canoe. So I decided we had to see the Thai Boat Museum while we were in town. I am so glad we did!
This is a museum run the family of a man (Mr....More
A half-century of work and knowledge around Thai maritime history preserved and displayed. The owners took the time to answer and explain (in Thai to my wife and her nephew), but most of the signage is in both Thai and English. A great opportunity to...More
This museum is not easy to find and when you arrive you have to ring the bell and wait but it is worth making the effort if you have any interest in boats at all. Some traditional boats have been preserved in the grounds and...More
The Thai Boat Museum is viewable by appointment, but I think that is just to let them know to listen for the bell to let you inside. They have many examples of Thai boats from throughout history, most of which were built by Mr. Patitoon...More