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Went in November 2018. Not sure how this place has won TA awards?!?!? Drivers may be confused as there is something like a Siam Insect World (can't remember the exact name). An address is helpful and knowing that it is near the Chiang Mai airport...More
Parts of this exhibit were interesting but it was not interactive, you needed to read a lot and there was no one available to ask questions. It cost our family of five 900 baht to enter and staying for 30 minutes was a stretch.
This entire museum is the private collection of an internationally-renowned mosquito-researching couple from Chiang Mai. Well worth the trip and 200 baht entrance fee. In addition to a large collection of pinned insects from around the world, there are fossils, teak carvings and beautiful messages/captions...More
This museum is well worth a visit if you are interested in nature. The collection of insects and other natural specimens here is incredible. when you arrive, the gate will be closed so you have to ring the bell next to the entrance for someone...More
Although not the biggest fan of insects, I am always eager to see weird and wonderful natural things. This museum certainly delivered.
Upon entering it may seem a bit strange and expensive (200 baht), but you quickly realize it is totally worth it.
Something for when you have seen most of the rest of Chiang Mai. Only 4 stars because they ask for double what the other (government) museums charge. Though perhaps there are good reasons, scholars generally being poor.
surprised after seeing in the website. so, my son like to see the museum. initially very difficult to find the location. it is like inside a private house. but well maintained. only people who are interested in insects will enjoy. but if it is informative...More