In 2012, Chulalongkorn University was donated human specimens made of real human bodies from Japan.Put The Human Body Museum and other Bangkok attractions into our Bangkok tour itinerary tool , and watch your holiday take shape.
These specimens had been made through the particular process called “Plastination” which erased all the liquid and stink. With such process, it allows us to see every single detail of human body and organs to learn more about how the human body functions and how life-style choices affect the body. The exhibition includes approximately 130 specimens which 14 of them are full body figures. And we would like to welcome everyone to join and explore!
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We struggled to find this museum at first . But when we found the museum on the 9th floor we were not disappointed at all . It was a bit strange to be taken into a room with a young girl that then put... more »
2 rooms with body parts. Interesting if you like autopsy and organs. To get here you go in to the school-area, turn left, past the first house with a doctor, walk across the courtyard and then turn le... more »
Very interesting. Especially as i am interested in the medical field. There is no admition fee, there is a donation box so you can pay as much as you feel.
Interesting place to spend a few moments. Bit hard to find it's on the ninth floor of the hospital. Also close to dental museum.
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