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Located to the right of the visitors’ entrance to the Grand Palace, the Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles collects, displays, preserves, and serves as a centre for textiles from East, South, and Southeast Asia with an emphasis on Thailand and its...more
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Na Phra Lan Rd | Ratsadakorn-Bhibhathana Building, The Grand Palace, Bangkok 10200, Thailand
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Firstly, it is indoors and air conditioned, so after fighting your way around the temple and Palace, it's a pleasure. Secondly, the tour groups whiz around, if they go at all, so have time to look avd enjoy. The batiks are interesting, but the queen's...More
It is included when you visit the Great Palace, even if you are not fan of clothes, the place is really refreshing and elegant. When we went in May there was a exposure of the Friendship between U.S.A. And Thailand, and you can see documents...More
This is a very small but perfectly formed museum housed in a beautiful building with marble staircase, lovely chilly a/c and more staff than visitors. The first area covers the introduction of batik to Thailand in the beginning of the 20 th century by the...More
Situated within the Grand Palace complex just to the right of the main entrance, the museum was a wonderful discovery in contrast to the crush of the crowds and the heat of the day. It would seem that few visitors find or bother to enter...More
The first part of the exihibition shows traditional Indonesian printed wraps and sarungs bought by the Thai Royal Family when they visited Java. The pieces are detailed and the intricate design, waxing and dyeing process is explained with a video. There is also a replica...More
The queen's clothes and the information regarding the design and choices were most interesting as well as beautiful. The exhibit was beautifully organized and arranged. I had expected to see some traditional Thai textiles too, but there were none on display when I was there....More
We really enjoyed wandering around this gem of a museum. The Queen’s gorgeous outfits are displayed beautifully. The various photographs, films and explanations add to the enjoyment of looking at these wonderful pieces. Highly recommend it.
If you are the kind of tourist who enjoys learning about local craft traditions, this place will not disappoint you. Besides examples of royal clothing for both women and men, there are videos that demonstrate the wrapping and pleating involved in traditional Thai formal wear,...More