About Thai Human Imagery Museum
It is the first wax museum in Thailand that uses fiberglass to sculpt figures and aims to promote Thai culture and art. The wax works in the museum are the artistic crystallization of the artistry, ideology and folk customs of Thai people, including not only the statues of kings and monks of Bangkok dynasty, but also the actual scenes of Thai folk life.
The wax statues in the Thai Wax Museum are made by famous Thai wax artists after several years of hard work and effort, mostly based on Thai historical stories and folk tales, and there are 40 life-size wax statues with lifelike body parts that are indistinguishable from real people. There are not only scenes of the famous King Rama I to V “gathering” in the royal palace, but also monks sitting in meditation, as well as common people in their daily lives. Under the background of sound and light and scenery, all of them are lifelike, exquisite and indistinguishable from the real ones. In addition to individual wax figures, there are also 26 groups of wax figures, among which there are men and women, old and young, stories and plots, and a rather strong sense of motion.
How to get there
Approximately 40 minutes by bus from Bangkok New South Terminal to Nakhon Pathom via New Road
Hours 9:00-17:30 (Mon-Fri) 8:30-18:00 (Sat, Sun, holidays) Fee 200 baht Address Khun Kaeo, Nakhon Chai Si, Nakhon Pathom 73120
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