Museum Pick N Mix
Bangkok is known not only for its golden temples, spicy food and bustling markets, but also for its eclectic museums, art galleries and many other cultural venues. The capital boasts various iconic museums including the National Museum, MOCA, Siam Museum, Jim Thompson, Siriraj Medical Museum and the Royal Barges Museum. Other lesser known, but equally as fascinating, include the Museum of Counterfeit Goods, the Kamavijitra Museum (The Art of Lovemaking), the Condom Museum and the Batcat Museum & Toys.
ICS Thailand works with an art expert and curator who moved to Bangkok in 2011 to open a contemporary art gallery, which played a key role in promoting local artists and established a company specialising in interior design.
Let us know what your guests like and we will create tailor-made experiences that offer an insight into the thriving art scene and culture in Thailand. In order to maximise the time at each stop, we recommend visiting no more than three museums, art galleries or vintage markets per day. Some museums are open only a few days per week, some art galleries are appointment-only and some markets are only open after dark – so visits need to be planned in advance. Tours can be run in English and French.