The Grand Palace is really hot. There are people everywhere, but as a landmark of Bangkok, we must have a look at it. It's just too hot. I don't remember what I saw at that time. Just remember that it was too sunny, so you remember to wear sunscreen. Bring more water. There is also a busy street behind the Grand Palace, along which you can buy snacks all the way to the Wofo Temple, which is not far away. There is also a long-standing Siam Museum nearby! This Siamese Museum is the place where Mario holds a photo exhibition in the little affair of first love!! Secondly, there is a very good souvenir shop called Siam Exotique on the road. There are many kinds of goods, elephant ornaments, handicraft and workmanship. I bought some postcards and a bunch of small things here, and it turned out to be only two or three hundred baht. It was a good deal. In addition to these, there are many exquisite Confucian dance masks, all kinds of porcelain, it feels like a museum full of rooms. We have been shopping for a long time, haha ha, and the shop assistant can speak Chinese! It's a good conversation with us. Hey, it's also a good conversation. And their family can also pay by Wechat. When you go to play, remember to go shopping!
The Siam Museum, located in Bangkok, Thailand, is a yellow building with a Western-style appearance. It aims to introduce the historical changes and cultural customs of Thailand and the world. In addition to cultural relics, museums also use modern technologies such as models and video screens to attract young audiences. They also hold various activities to attract audiences from time to time. There is a flower wholesale market near the Siam Museum, where you can see all kinds of beautiful flowers.
The Siam Museum outlines the origin of Thailand until now. It is an interactive museum, showing not only history, but also Thai culture and society. The exhibition is free, and there is a special exhibition on the Asian economic crisis. The Museum has just finished decorating.
Museum of Siam, I can't figure it out. ~I chose a Burmese name (I don't know why I chose Burmese name here). But I still had a good time!
Siam Museum has fourteen different exhibition halls, each room has different interactive display, focusing on various elements of Thai history and culture. In one exhibition hall, visitors play a detective role, and there is another restaurant with Thai food as its theme.
I especially like to visit museums. I can see the origin and development of the local culture. So do I when I come to Bangkok. I read the online recommendation that the museums here are very interesting. The Museum usually has 200 Thai tickets. If it comes at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, it will be free. The Museum closes at 6 p.m. Two hours'shopping is enough. There are four floors in the museum. There are elevators up and down, which is very convenient. The whole pavilion is very interesting. It is fun to teach. Many interactive devices and even small exhibits can be played by themselves. In particular, they recommend the jukebox in their last exhibition hall, many good songs from the 1980s. When you leave, you can also get a small gift - a kraft paper mobile phone rack, which you can take back to China to build by yourself.