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.