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Queen Sirikit Art Gallery, Bangkok

Categories: Art Galleries, Museums, Shopping
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4/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
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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...  read more »
  • The separate tribes, such as ethnic minorities in Thailand. Quite interesting because it turns color into separate tribes. Dressed in ethnic costumes in a souvenir shop on the top floor, you can photograph. Gallery is not crowded, clean, cool and cozy. In the resting on the street. Bathroom is very clean.
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  • 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....  read more »
  • I don't think it is worth the time and money. A feew picturs and a lot of description in Thai language. Nothing in any other language. Only if you are really interested in the Thai culture.
  • When I visited the Gallery, the top two floors were having an exhibition of a local artist that was superb. The artist was actually there giving a tour. The lower two floors have a permanent display, largely depicting the Crown Prices, that is interesting.
  • Looks cool
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  • Art galleries are often isolated mahakan Fort.
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  • Work clothes Hilltribe crafts each tribe in the North.
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