National Museum is home to a remarkable collection of items dating back to Thailand’s riveting past. Most of it was built in 1782 as the palace of Rama I's viceroy, Prince Wang Na. Rama V turned it into a museum in 1874, and today there are three permanent exhibitions spread out over several buildings. There is the Gallery of Thai History, the archaeology, and art history wing, and the Bhuddhaisawan (Phutthaisawan) Chapel that together makes the National Museum extremely alluring.

show more
Invest in a lifetime of wonderful holiday memories.

Interesting Stories from Our Members

view all

A family vacation is an album of memories… one that’s waiting to be shared. Read through our Club Mahindra membership reviews to find out what makes a resort story so special. 

We use cookies to personalise content and to provide you with an improved user experience.By Continuing to browse this site you consent to the use of cookies.
Please visit our cookie policy for further details