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Queen Sirikit Art Gallery, Bangkok

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  • A good gallery featuring all the details what the King and Queen had done in order to improve the livelihood of the hill tribes in Thailand. Well worth the ticket price of 50 baht per person. I came o...  more »
  • A showcase of the northern tribal arts, handicrafts and weave products. The countless projects initiated by HM the Thailand king and queen to help the tribal people are highly exemplary and admirable....  more »
  • In their web page explicitly written "free admission for senior citizens' - they charged us 50 baht, although was presented with the appropriate certificate. Admission FEE: 50 baht Free: Student (with...  more »
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  • In May-June there is always an exhibition of graduate students from all over Thailand. There are always a number of brilliant pieces which can be bought from anywhere from £200-2000. It's a great couple of hours to spend there. Plus on the top floor they can often have exceptionally good craft items (figurines, trad inlaid painting, leather, and fabric goods) which are funky.
  • Cheap admission. Bot contemporary art. But Thai painting. Most about their royal family and the King. If you have nothing to do - it's ok place.
  • Rotated exhibitions is very good, entrance fee is effordable.
  • Very modern art, well worth visiting
  • A modern Gallery with a fresh feeling while wandering around the 4 floors of permanent and changing exhibitions!