The National Museum of Bangkok was visited on a sunny day. Such a beautiful building shines brilliantly against the blue sky and white clouds. There are many exhibits with Thai characteristics, which can be visited in about 2 hours. Some exhibition halls have air conditioning, and some exhibition stands have no air conditioning. Slippers are needed to enter individual exhibition halls. Ticket 200 baht, need to deposit bags before entering, mobile phone, iPad, water can be brought. The day we went was so few that it felt like a special event.
Every time I go to a city, the museum in this place is basically something I must visit, not to mention that the Thai National Museum is the largest national museum in Southeast Asia. The building itself has local and national characteristics of Thailand. The collection level is also quite high, from some of Thailand's prehistoric cultural relics have been exhibited. It's worth seeing.
There are must-see" wandering monks" in Korea's tourism strategy. Very quiet, if you have been to the palace, you will immediately want to find a place without a huge Chinese travel team, quiet viewing, look at the other side of Thai history art must go (besides feeling small, but after all, it is the national treasure level of the people.) After coming out of No. 1, some places are prohibited from taking photos, but it is really worth seeing. The King's sedan chair was exquisitely crafted. There are beautiful wings of the Buddha, like.
It's worth visiting. There are a lot of things. If you know Thailand well, you can spend an hour browsing in many small pavilions. The pavilion has its own theme. Many of the small halls are still being decorated. Many of them can't be seen. They are near the Grand Palace.
Special Museum, large place, collections, few people, and now up to January 31, 2017 are free, during this period of self-help tours in Thailand's small partners had better not miss, very close to the Grand Palace. There are many places to rest in the museum, and I wandered around for three hours. Now there is a photo exhibition commemorating King Tai. You can get a postcard by posting a note.
The architectural style of the National Museum of Thailand is very Thai, and it combines the splendid features of the Thai temples and is magnificent and beautiful. It's not big, but it's small and delicate, and it also has many valuable collections of Thai, as well as Buddhist-related culture. Besides, the cultural relics and materials in the museum play an enlightening role in your understanding of the historical development of Thailand. It is a good place to know the history and culture of the country.
After entering the scenic spot, we walked along the road between the lawns to the old Thai Parliament Building, also known as the Royal Palace of Ananda Shamakong, which is not only the most representative building in Thailand, but also the place where national ceremonies and guests are held. This white-dominated Italian Renaissance building, built in 1907, was ordered by Emperor Rama V after his return from Italy. It was built until Rama VI succeeded in 1915. This eight-year-old palace is not only the first parliamentary building after the constitutional monarchy of Thailand, but also an important external window in the history of the Rama dynasty. This magnificent palace is beautiful in appearance, clean in environment and very gorgeous. It imitates the European style of the dome of the Western Parliament Building. On the whole, it is the cross of the Gothic church. Many Angel reliefs are carved on the exterior walls of the building. It is vivid and lifelike, making people feel as if they were in Europe. We walked down the carpeted staircase to the lobby on the second floor under the guidance of the lecturer. It made me feel like walking into a Gothic church. The roof was painted with colorful and eye-catching decorative paintings, but the contents of the paintings were not biblical stories, but Indian Buddhist stories believed by Thais. The interior structure of the second floor presents a cross shape. The front and back of the central hall are several smaller halls. The top of each hall is a hemisphere with decorative patterns. The interior was decorated with coloured marbles (the announcer said the marbles were transported from Italy at that time), the roof was equipped with Italian "crystal" lamps, and the faucet lamp post was covered with Thai beetles'colorful backshells, which made the hall look brilliant and magnificent. On the top of the dome there are murals of the historical evolution of Thailand, describing the recovery of lost land by Emperor Rama I and the abolition of slavery by Emperor V of Thailand. Walking into the hall, you can see many exquisite treasures of the Royal treasure. They are exquisite, ingenious, golden, gemstone-inlaid handicraft treasures and gifts. They are incomparably luxurious, especially the most attractive eye-catching gold products, such as the gold dragon boat for the crowning of the Thai Royal family, the Golden Elephant saddle, the golden sedan, the Dragon chair, the golden pagoda, the golden umbrella for the throne, etc. Wait, when I look at the stars, shining gemstones, diamonds inlaid in golden gold on a variety of beautiful patterns and patterns, I can not help but admire its ingenuity. It is estimated that the most luxurious one is the gold bowl as large as the simu wuding. Apart from 108 golden temples, there are 10,000 diamonds inlaid on the edge of the bowl. It can be said that all the exhibits here are exquisite. They will open people's eyes and make people have long insights. At the same time, they can't help admiring these beautiful crafts.
The famous Thai National Museum is located on a tributary of the Mekonan River near the capital Bangkok. The Museum actually exhibits the dock of the Dragon and Phoenix Boat, which is used by the Empress of Thailand, so it attracts tourists from all over the world. The museum is near the rippling river of Qing Dynasty. It is like a palace floating on the water. There are canals leading into the Mekong River water network. Visitors take boats to the museum. After leaving the boat, there is a long bridge leading into the museum. The water palace is a huge dock with golden dragon and Phoenix boats. The dragon and Phoenix boats are decorated with gold foil and jadeite jewels, which are both precious and magnificent. Apart from dragon and Phoenix boats, there are also various boats in the museum, some of which are taken by ministers and warriors on cruises with kings and queens. These ships are also decorated with brilliant gold, one of which is quite Buddhist.
Maybe because of the new king's accession to the throne, about half of the exhibition halls are being renovated now, which is a little regrettable, but it is also worth visiting. Take a day to see slowly. Save bags at the entrance and buy tickets. That souvenir shop is worth visiting. The contents are good, better than those near the scenic spots. Special recommendation is a variety of Royal gift cars, very good.
Museums are always good places to visit. They can enjoy different cultures and histories. Because I live in Manderin hotel, go out directly and turn left, there is a BUS stop, do 507 to the playground next to the museum, through the playground is the museum, the place is very easy to find.