Human Imagery Museum, Nakhon Chai Si

(4.3/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
The Thai Human Imagery Museum is a wax museum located in Nakhon Pathom Province, Thailand. Due to the tropical climate of Thailand the figures are made of fibreglass instead of the traditional wax. Exhibits include Thai historical figures, including kings of the Chakri Dynasty, displays of Thai culture and traditions, and famous fictional characters, including those from Sunthorn Phu's epic poem, Phra Abhai Mani.
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  • An OK place, but not all that interesting unless you are big-time into Thai history. Dioramas of Thai kings and monks. Pleasant grounds. 
  • This wax museum is above all a boon when the weather is hot because it's naturally cool inside. Regardless of what we will find, this great Museum told leaves an excellent impression with its many rooms and corridors or dominates the wood: very beautiful, well thought out. It is a historical museum or found most of the events that mark the country, with scenes representing the monarchy as scenes of popular life as well. Once again: very well done. The most extraordinary is of course the reproduction of life size and larger than life of all these historical figures. The effect is striking and stunning. What beautiful work! Congratulations! Believe me, it is rare that those who are with me have a go back to find me, because I'll be remained mouth-bee a admire this or that detail. Plan to spend time here, the place is worth it. The +: + welcome coolness + good organisation of the workplace, impossible to get lost + thematic educational work of remarkable wax + maintenance flawless-:-this is not the place to take unruly children. Do not confuse this Museum of wax with an amusement park.
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  • Had a great time exploring the Human Imagery Museum and found the exhibits to be incredibly lifelike (especially the famous Monks through Thai history!). This is definitely a must visit when in the ar...  more »