The museum is on the third floor of the Pharmaceutical Association of Thailand under Royal Patronage Building at 40 Soi Santisuk, Sukhumvit 38 Road (diagonally opposite Soi Thong Lo). It was established to publicize traditional Thai medicine from past to present for later generations to learn and treasure. The exhibition is featured by various topics; namely, the Birth of Pharmacy, the Evolution of Oriental Pharmacy and Basic Wisdom, the Evolution of Western Thai Pharmacy and the Evolution of Herbs and Natural Products. (Advance contact in writing is required for a group visit.)
The scenery is nice and interesting, you can come out, relax and relax is also a different feeling, the same hope is getting better, getting better and better, sometimes it is quite contradictory, only to come out to find that it is good to have money ᕕ( ᐛ)ᕗ
Every country has its own traditional medical culture and has learned.
I came here by accident during my free travel last year. The medicine in Thailand is actually the same as that in China, and there are also some explanations on therapies similar to Chinese medicine.
The medical museum in Thailand was taken by a tour group. I don’t think it is worth a visit. However, there is a more authentic Thai massage school in the annex of the medical museum, which is open to the public. It is worth visiting. Spend it