200 baht 1-3 hours About a mile away
Squeamish? No? Good. The Siriraj Medical Museum - one of Bangkok's quirkiest museums - has exhibits of body parts - both models and real specimens - describing the whole range of body functions and diseases, from a complete dissected nervous system to a scrotum with elephantiasis, and various preserved corpses including a mummified serial killer. The museum is split across six places on the Siriraj Hospital campus, off Wanglang Road, so go along and visit as many as your stomach can bear...
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