The Thai Museum of Numismatics and the Museum of Banks share some of the same content, that is, the development of money. It is free for tourists from Monday to Sunday. Provide a designated tour guide service, if you miss the time, you can only visit by yourself.
This Thai Coin Museum in Bangkok is larger than Chiang Mai's. It also has a lot more collections. The most representative coins in Thai history, including paper money and coins, can be seen here. Those who like the collection of coins can buy some of the currencies that Thailand has issued. Of course, the price is relatively high.
Here you can see the Dragon and Phoenix Prefecture where the Empress of Thailand is riding. There are many classical works of art, puppet shadow play utensils, and Thai historical corridor in the museum. It introduces the history of Thailand from ancient times to present.
There are many museums in Thailand. This Coin Museum has a certain reputation.
The Thai Coin Museum contains the coins of each period in Thailand and the development of the currency.
To tell you the truth, this museum of coins in Thailand is too small to compare with that in China.
It's worth visiting. It's really good. It's a great building. Look at the history of Thai coins.