BANGKOK — The long holiday is coming and if you’re unsure where to go, visiting national museums and historical parks can be educational as you will learn new things about the local’s history and culture.
All national museums and historical parks across the country will waive admission fees. Simply put, Thais and foreigners can enter for free.
The free admission (excluding parking fees, bicycle rentals, and other costs) will start from December 29 through January 1.
So if you’re in Bangkok, that means you can enter Bangkok National Museum, National Museum of Royal Barges and Royal Elephant National Museum without paying anything.
Thailand has 11 historical parks found throughout the country which include the ancient ruins of Sukhothai, the old capital of Ayutthaya, the Khmer temple complex in Buriram, and the Sdok Kok Thom, an 11th-century Khmer temple in Sa Kaeo province which opened in March.
For the complete list of national museums and historical parks, please visit Thai Travel Blogs.
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