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Siam Niramit

No visit to Bangkok would be complete without visiting and watching a show at the Siam Niramit located  in Bangkok. With on of the largest stages in the world and with 100 performers and more than 500 outfits it makes for a truly spectacular show. The sets are sophisticated and beautiful.

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Thailand Cultural Centre

The Thailand Cultural Centre was built with a grant from Japan, the Thailand Cultural Centre opened on October 9, 1987. The Thailand Cultural Centre has two auditoriums one of which is a 2,000 seat and part of the main hall. There is also one outdoor stage. There is also a 1,000-seat outdoor amphitheater.

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Meevasana Wine & Art

You will be so impressive choosing & tasting wine at the Meevasana Wine & Art Gallery. There is nothing better than tasting good imported wines from around the world while looking at art. As a wine importer and exporter the Meevasana Wine & Art Gallery are determined to and only import first-class wines from around the world. The wines stocked are selected by some of the best wine selectors in Thailand.

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Ardel’s Third Place Gallery

The Contemporary Art Gallery is an art-gallery which is located in the well-known Thong-Lo area of Bangkok that exhibits art from over a period of about 4 years from the year 2006 onwards, with a focus on the diversity of ideas and also value propositions of art. There is art from both well-known artists as well as new artists. There are grants to promote arts education to students every year, or even the opportunity to practice hands-on experience of the actual work of the management process in various galleries.

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Bangkok Planetarium

If you are visiting Thailand and have children with you then you might enjoy the Planetarium in Bangkok. Located close to the BTS Ekkamai Station the Bangkok Planetarium is a good place to take the children for entertainment and education while on holiday. The planetarium is in need of a face lift as clearly not much has been invested in its upkeep over the years.

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Jim Thompson House

The Jim Thompson House museum is built in traditional teak wood style and is now a museum displaying  a large valuable collection of Thai arts such as Benjarong (a multicoloured porcelain). The ‘House by the Klong’ of the late Jim Thompson also known as the ‘Father of Thai Silk’ in Thailand. Jim Thompson was an American who came to Thailand at the end of WWII and helped to revive the Thai silk industry.

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Siriraj Medical Museum

If you are visiting the Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles at the Grand Palace in Bangkok then the Siriraj Medical Museum is across the river from the museum. The easiest way to get there is to get off at the BTS Sala Daeng Station and take a metered taxi to the museum. Its not that far off from the BTS system.

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Museum of Contemporary Art

The Museum of Contemporary Art  in Bangkok ot MOCA is located about 10 minutes driver or 50 minutes walk from the MRT Phaholyothin Station in Bangkok. The long history of Thai arts is displayed at the Museum of Contemporary Art as its main reason for having been established has been to celebrate and appreciate the great favor of King Rama 9 and to honor “Father of Thai Contemporary Arts” or Professor Silpa Bhirasri.

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Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles

The Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles was created in 2003 by Her Majesty Queen Sirikit after requesting permission to take a vacant building on the grounds at the Grand Palace in Bangkok. This was converted into a new museum of textiles in Thailand. The museum is an excellent visit if you are looking for museums in Thailand and the fabric museum is an excellent museum of choice.

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