Bangkok Dolls & Museum Bangkok Dolls
Bangkok Dolls & Museum Bangkok Dolls have won several awards for their creations. A single-storey workshop and Doll Museum in the Chandavimol family compound at 85 Soi Ratchataphan (Soi Mo Leng) in Bangkok’s Makkasan district is the magnet for several visitors who wish to inspect these miniature creations in all their wondrous variety.
King Prajadhipok Museum
The King Prajadhipok Museum was formerly called the Parliamentary Museum. It was under the care of the Secretariat of the National Assembly and was housed in the basement beneath the King's Monument in front of the National Assembly Building. The museum enjoyed the blessing and patronage of Her Majesty Queen Rambhai barni during the reign of King Prajadhipok, the seventh king of the Chaki dynasty. In 1980 Her Majesty kindly donated personal articles belonging to King Prajadhipok, for public exhibition.
Located in the garden of the Siam Society on Sukhumvit Soi 21 (Asok), this 200-year-old northern Lanna style wooden house contains a collection of traditional implements used by northern people.
Museum of Imaging Technology
Museum of Imaging Technology The first camera and photograph museum established in Thailand and Asia, is located at the same building as the Faculty of Science, Chulalongkorn University on Phaya Thai Road. Historic photographs and imaging equipment, as well as its technological evolution are collected and displayed. Modern photographic arts, techniques and printing technology are also exhibited.
National Museum Within the walking distance of the Grand Palace is one of the largest and most comprehensive museums in Southeast Asia. Bangkok’s National Museum houses a vast collection of artefacts found in all parts of the country ranging from neolithic times, Sukhothai, Ayutthaya to the Bangkok period. The complex, once used as a palace, consists of several old but beautiful buildings of colourful Thai architectural design.
Source: Thailand Tourism Official Website