If you want to see a museum full of cultural artefacts, Bangkok Forensic Museum may not be for you. The Siriraj Hospital on the West Bank of the Mekong River, where exhibits are more suitable for sick people or tourists pursuing extreme alternatives. The hospital features six museums in two separate buildings, but only three of them are interesting and, of course, the most terrifying: the Museum of Pathology and Anatomy Forensic Medicine. It's a lot of fun...
Thai people 80 baht, foreigners 200 baht, 4:6 halls, depending on the two halls of the wharf without frightening things, other halls have corpse specimens, timid do not look, personal feel good, not very terrible, more terrible scenes are shown in the form of pictures, so invisibly reduced the terrible degree.
The location of the museum is very easy to find. It's in the Sirilaki Hospital. In fact, it should not be called the Museum of Death, but should be called the Museum of Medicine. It should be divided into several exhibition halls, which are forensic medicine, parasites, medical history, anatomy and so on. The admission ticket is 200 baht. The exhibition hall is distributed on two floors. Don't miss the exhibition hall in the Anatomy Building. You can cross the Mekong River from the Grand Palace to the Shirilaki Medical College to ferry boats. The 3.5 baht exhibits a lot of embryological specimens. Now it is more and more difficult to collect embryological markers in China.
Open the door at 10 o'clock in the morning. Don't go too early. Tourist guides are shown in the figure. There are five pavilions in three different buildings. Museums 1, 2 and 3 are on the 28th floor and 4th is on the 27th floor. The 4th museum is also the most shocking one. Look at my self-praised straight and soft legs.
This museum is near the Jade Buddha Temple. Oh, you can have a look at the Jade Buddha Temple by the way. But cowards and children are careful. I especially like museums with this theme. There are human bodies and various organs in the pavilion. There are specimens of corpses. Photographs are not allowed inside. Notice that Tuesday is closed.
The attraction takes its cues museum of death If you39;39;ve had your fill of gilded temples and air-conditioned malls and are looking for something altogether creepier, this museum fits the bill. Nicknamed the "Museum of Death," the attraction takes its cues from the darker side of Bangkok The centerpiece is the preserved body of Si Ouey, a serial killer who murdered, then ate, more than 30 children in the 1950s before being executed.
The Siriraj Museum is the axis of history, anatomy and horror. Aptly nicknamed the Museum of Death, it’s one of Bangkok’s weirder attractions. Situated in the Siriraj hospital, visitors can tour halls of preserved corpses with helpful tags describing their lives and the nature of their death. Most notable is the blackened corpse of a notorious cannibal, whose name has been used by many Thai parents throughout the years to threaten misbehaving children into submission with the terrifying “Si Quey will come eat you!” There are also some educational displays of hearts and lungs and other organs.
The scenic spot is in a large hospital. There is a Chinese sign at the entrance of the scenic spot. You can ask the security uncle. There are many bloody photographs of the method of death, many specimens and corpses, and specimens showing the development of sperm into the fetus. Suitable for medical and taste-conscious friends, timid and cautious.
To tell you the truth, the museum is gloomy. When we went there, there were very few people. It was said that King Tai's brother died in it, and the body of a notorious ogre, Si Quey, was also there, as if he had killed and eaten the liver and heart of six children. There were some words on the specimens, but they were all Tadpoles in Thai.
The Museum of Death is an off-the-shelf Road Museum that is hard to find and has a large collection of medical treasures. It is located in an ancient university building. There are deformed fetuses and skeletons in Formalin. The Museum of Medicine consists of five museums. There is a Museum of Pathology with an introduction to anatomy.