Jesada Technik Museum, Nakhon Chai Si

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  • This museum is suitable for all. There are a wide variety of cars from different periods of time. Worth visiting.  more »
  • There is a wide collection of vintage cars . Many of them are well maintained . It gave me knowledge of how cars in the past looked that . My friend who is a vintage car fanatic enjoyed herself tremen...  more »
  • The museum is a little bit hidden and remote, so I had no high expectations. But I was pleasentely surprised. The collection is quite extensive with 250 + cars. Beneath well known classics there were ...  more »
  • Incredible collection of old cars. Friendly and knowledgeable staff. Unique and diverse collection.
  • A large private collection of vintage rare cars and motorbikes. He evens collect train, helicopter, speed boat and airplane. You think you have an antique at home? You are not until you visit this museum.
  • A place for the whole Family! Fun, cool, amazing, unbelievable, only a few words describing the exhibits with mostly 4 wheels. An amazing time travel not to be missed!
  • The collection is impressive by the number and variety: bicycles, motorbikes, cars, amphibians, buses, a hovercraft, a loco, airplanes and helicopters, toy cars, a roller compactor. Unfortunately they lack description notes. Free admission.
  • This free museum is absolutely worth the trip. Where else in Thailand, or in fact anywhere in South East Asia can you find such an eclectic collection of old vehicles ranging from the Delorean from Back to the Future to a classic New York big yellow taxi that you can't even see in the Big Apple any more? Highly recommended.