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Erawan Museum is one of those places that stay off the regular tourist grid due to their relative inaccessibility but need to be definitely visited! The sight of the giant three-headed Erawan elephant itself is enough to mesmerise you with its architectural wonder. The name...More
We visited this place after visiting Muangboran (Ancient City). Really nothing much to see in this museum. We were so disappointed even we paid half price for the entrance fee at 200 baht each, for entry after 5pm. Imagine if we pay full price at...More
It's hard to prepare yourself for how ENORMOUS the 3 headed elephant actually is! You'll definitely gasp when you see it for the first time! The mosaic temple is amazing and full of teeny tiny detail. Be sure to go all the way upstairs to...More
I arrived early by taxi and for a little while was the only one there. I would recommend the audio tour. You are asked to pay a refundable deposit of 1000 THB for the audio equipment, but it is well worth using. I learnt so...More
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Arrived early and able to get to top of interior staircase easily. It’s worth the climb. There is a lift as well for those who need assistance. The staircase is an awe inspiring piece of intricate artwork in the shape of a dragon. Each inlay...More
Tourists who wish to visit this place please take BTS to Samrong Station, go to exit 6, down the stairs and take a cab. Cab fare around 50 baht
Entrance fee per tourist is 400 baht. Explore this beautiful place. The ambience is peaceful and...More
Take the BTS to Samrong station and get a taxi about 50 baht. Well worth the trip, expect to spend an hour to 90 minutes here. The climb to the top of the elephant is a bit steep but there is an elevator. We didn't...More
This shrine is a bit far out of the way so it doesn’t get as many visitors as it should. I suspect more people will visit once the BTS like extends to Samut Prakan.
For now that’s a good thing as this is a really...More