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Siriraj Hospital (Thai: โรงพยาบาลศิริราช; RTGS: Rong Phayaban Sirirat) is the oldest and largest hospital in Thailand, located in Bangkok on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River, opposite Thammasat University's Tha Phrachan campus. It is the primary teaching hospital of the Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University.
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Its amazing place wif alot of medical wonders But....its very hard to reach ter via public transport
Ingenious place, extremely educational. Price for an adult 200 THB, for a child 25 THB (I thought, my 10 year old daughter will be denied access, but she actually got a cheap ticket). Audio guide in English is provided for free (!!!), just don't forget to ask for it, otherwise they might forget to offer. You will see all sorts of bodies, body part slices, organs, siamese twins, parasites etc. The Medical museum sections are all open in May 2018 and further. Closed is another museum nearby, which is called Siriraj Bimuksthan Museum.
One of the best museums that I have been to in my entire life! Be prepared! You might have some mental damage issues after you visit this most interesting museum!
It's weird that they ask my friends and me if we are above 18 years old (we definitely look like adult and we surely are) but meanwhile let other children visitors in. The children look like 5-10 years old.... 🤔🤔 consider that some of the collection might leave mental uncomfort for children, I think that they should at least set an age limit.....but still, good collection! But need some mental prepare before visit.
The Siriraj Medical Museum, nicknam "the Museum of Death", is a medical museum in Bangkok. Siriraj Medical Museum is open to the public and is a valuable resource for medical professionals and students. This museum consists of five small medical museums: the Ellis the Pathological Museum, Congdon Anatomical Museum, Sood Sangvichien Prehistoric Museum and Laboratory, Parasitology Museum, and the Songkran Niyomsane Forensic Medicine Museum. Although we are not doctors, we have been able to spend a few meaningful hours in this museum. Warmly recommended!
Oh goodness, I couldn't describe how I amazingly amazed with this museum. They have treasures for medical observation and collection. I came here twice and still want to come again. You are not allowed to take picture in the museum. Please have respect 🙏🏼
Awesome museum! The real bodies were crazy but so interesting. There could have been more info in English but audio tour was helpful. I enjoyed it!
We had a great experience. If you ever thought how a halved body seems so you should visit this place. You will be amazed by the variety and the outstanding exhibition. Proper disclosure: I finished the visit when I was about to vomit. Have fun and don't forget to ask for the English explanation from the stuff who didn't think it was relevant to offer that (most of the descriptions are written in Thai)
Has to be both the most interesting yet disturbing museum I’ve ever been to. It’s mostly all written in Thai but they have English audio commentary available at the front desk. No photos allowed! This place is definitely worth coming to if you’re in Bangkok, but only if your stomach is ready to see some gruesome dead bodies and preserved organs!!