Sirijaj medical museum
Nicknamed “museum of death”. World class. The first public, modern hospital and school founded in 1888 by King Rama 5. The oldest and largest in Thailand, primary teaching of the Faculty of medicine Sirijaj hospital, Mahidol University. The residence of late King Bhumibol Adulyadej who died there in October 2016. The Siriraj medical museum features six rooms in two separate building, the history of Thai medicine, parasitology, prehistoric and laboratory, and obviously the eeriest ones, the pathology, anatomic and forensic.
One of the bizarre attraction, not for the faint of heart. Macabre forensic and pathology museum, mummified criminal serial killer, accident victims, skeletons, mutilated babies, and horrific deformations kept in formaldehyde, elephantiasis 35kg testicles, small but horror all around. Show how thousands of bodies were identified after the tsunami in 2004.
A good experience and fascinating information.
Please, no children. For the curious or medical background persons
Orange flag boat to Wang Lang pier 10
Take a small ferry close to the grand palace, from Pra Chang or Tha Chang to Pranok pier 3 baht
2nd floor Blok 27 and 28 third floor
Entrance 200 baht
Monday – Saturday
Open 08.00 – 1.700
If you have any questions, I will be more than happy to help you out