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Bangkok Seashell Museum, Bangkok

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  • this seashell museum is opposite and across the road novetel fenix silom. Exibhit are complete and many. Come with 40mins video clip on sea lives, coral reef, clam and seabed.Not much tourist sovernio...  more »
  • My daughter loves shells. So we popped into this museum. This would be fun only if you are a very big shell fanatic or connoisseur. Otherwise, it's very bland and quite boring. Lots of trays of shells...  more »
  • If you are a fan of seashells, or nature in general, this museum will be worth the 150 baht entry fee. No doubt it is a small museum, but the variety of shells displayed is substantial. Shell exhibits...  more »
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  • This is an excellent seashell museum. Actually, it's the only seashell museum that I've ever been to, but it was pretty cool. The entrance fee is 150 baht. There are three levels. All of the seashells are behind glass, so small kids might get bored because there's nothing to play with. They have some amazing gigantic seashells. The museum is small, but very nice.
  • Nicely done museum on three floors showcasing the amazing and beautiful world of Seashells. Countless colors and shapes to see, all explained properly in both Thai and English. Plan 45-60 Minutes for your visit
  • Small but have lots of shells. Not many but enough info(including name and habitat of each species) They are playing a NatGeo DVD, I personally think that the documentary's info is not enough for me to pay for it, but for in a museum with only a few people like this one, I am happy to watch that. The problem is the fish(alive of cause) in the tank, they seems a little sick and have some parasites.I can see big ellipse-shaped white staff on the fin, and the fins seems like...like didn't pull away quick enough from a closing door. Hope staff can do something with them.
  • Small but worthto see. I like the colorfull ones on second flore.
  • Always a joy to come back here with the Kids.

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