Speciality Museums in Pattaya

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Speciality Museums in Pattaya

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  • Wingfield73
    Chiang Mai, Thailand865 contributions
    My favourite part of the experience - a difficult question to answer as there is just so much to see inside or outside. The quality of the statuary is outstanding and its great to see clear information in English on the various exhibits. Two things do stand out: the group bronze outside the main temple (the eight immortals crossing the ocean)and then of course some of the original terra cotta warriors. A few of the copies have been made showing the original colouring as well. Saves a trip to Bejing and you can get really close up as well.
    And its free of charge, but well worth a small donation.
    To save confusion the temple is also known as Anek Kusala Sala
    Written 4 December 2021
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  • Kamonchat
    Bangkok, Thailand29 contributions
    i love how cute they are a lot of bear in there less people when i'm gone that day and i recommend Teddy Bear Museum
    Written 18 March 2020
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  • Barfine R
    Doha, Qatar1,512 contributions
    If you got nothing to do, you should stop by this place in royal garden shopping center. They have some great statues
    Written 9 December 2019
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  • Cheer X
    20 contributions
    I went with my 1 year old daughter, she enjoyed playing in a small playground. The place is both edutainment center and a shop that sell rubber/latex goods to tourists. Entrance fee is 100 THB/person and we spent around 30 - 45 mins there.
    Written 12 June 2019
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  • Gerry S
    Ko Samui, Thailand1,380 contributions
    After visiting Pattaya for many years, we finally decided to visit the Bottle Art Museum. We were pleasantly surprised by the amount of works on display but even so it is a reasonably short tour. We understand that classes are offered & that would be quite interesting. Entrance fee is 200 Baht. An hour max is likely all you'll require.
    Written 21 July 2014
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  • Dung N
    1 contribution
    I visited this place last week. Inspired by the tour guide that gemstones and the technology here are leading in the world, I bought a silver ring with garnet. The saleswoman said it can be worn everyday, but one of the CZ (gemstones) did fall out within a week. Not mentioned the double price and the quality of gemstones (jewelry), do not believe in what the salesmen and tour guides tell you when visiting a new place.
    P/S: I will visit the place again in the near future and request a guarantee, if the post-sale service is problematic, I will write another review.
    Written 3 November 2022
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