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Siriraj Medical Museum

Siriraj Hospital, 2 Wang Lang Rd. | Siriraj, Bangkok Noi, Bangkok 10700, Thailand
+66 2 419 2619
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Full-Day Exploring Thai Contemporary Society in Bangkok
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Siriraj Hospital, 2 Wang Lang Rd. | Siriraj, Bangkok Noi, Bangkok 10700, Thailand
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+66 2 419 2619

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you are into the bizarre or are just curious this is a must visit ,very well displayed and extremely interesting.

Thank Matty L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Had a hard time finding this place. They have a section regarding the 2004 Tsunami..very interesting. They also had real skeletons of people who had been murdered, miscarried babies, skeletons of all sorts. Similar to "Bodies: The Exhibition" in Las Vegas

Thank AlohaSpirit808
Reviewed 29 August 2017 via mobile

A tricky to find, off-the-beaten path museum with a unique feel and large collection of medical curiosities. Located in old university building what gives it a great feel. Compared to other such museums around the world this is quite large with a good collection. And...More

Thank Bogusz O
Reviewed 26 August 2017

My (Thai) husband had to ask around a lot to finally locate this place. Once there you have to trade your ID for a visitor's pass. I used my native country's driver license. The museum is certainly interesting and creepy - it lives up to...More

Thank Amy T
Reviewed 23 August 2017

The medical museum consists of five museums. There is the pathology museum with beautiful anatomical preparations as well as rare-to-see variations, e.g. Siamese twins. In another building you will find forensic, pathology and parasitology. All nicely displayed although for the foreign tourist there is a...More

Thank Dick Z
Reviewed 11 August 2017

Not really a curated and upkept collection of exhibits but interesting all the same. It doesn't really lead you down a pathway of information but is a random collection of amazing pieces and moments in history and learning about human anatomy and forensic science.

Thank PeaceAndLight
Reviewed 9 August 2017 via mobile

The museum itself is pretty interesting and well-done. However, many of the exhibits are extremely macabre, such as baby bodies cut in halfes, mumified bodies of murderers, pictures of train-accident-victims. My stomach was at times revolting and I would not consider myself fainthearted. Genereally I...More

Thank D3an_M0riarty
Reviewed 8 August 2017

At Congdons Anatomical Museum, you will see bodies, specimens, deformed infants, etc. preserved in formalin - you will also see skeletons and different bone parts of the body, and also real skeleton of important people in Thailand. The specimens and body parts here are very...More

Thank shayamays
Reviewed 7 August 2017

If your into 2 headed bottled babies and dried humans this is a place for you. Sort-of regret eating sushi the night before after seeing the bacteria and infectious part of the museum. i thought the snack bar at the end of the tour was...More

Thank Craig M
Reviewed 2 August 2017

I wasn't sure whether the hike to the medical museum would be worth it, but it absolutely was. Getting there also turned out not to be too difficult... just take the orange flag Chaya express boat (14 Baht) to the Wang Lang pier. There are...More

Thank Dan S
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Tom131986
4 September 2016|
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Response from clemc | Reviewed this property |
Tripadvisor does not allow to include website link but I just look up their website and it is 200BHT.
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Libbie E
27 January 2016|
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Response from Ed M | Reviewed this property |
The only day the museum is closed is on Tuesday. They keep weird bank hours from 930-1700.
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