Tourists who like stamps and send postcards in tourist destinations must come here. In fact, this museum is very small. It takes about a minute or two to walk around without seeing anything, and there is no air conditioner inside. However, the staff at the front desk has a very good attitude. Although they can't speak Chinese, they will try to communicate with tourists. You can learn about the development of the local post here, you can buy some stamps, you can send postcards to family and friends, one only costs 15 baht.
Very good and very meaningful. Bought a few sets of stamps for souvenir. Also sent a postcard to return to China, five or six yuan can send a one, very cheap. The stamp is very Thai-style, the children like it, the adults like it.
Closed by 12Heard there wasn''t much to see inside, but didn''t get to see anything, it was closed at 12pm. So went to the post office next door and got some stamps. No one understood a word of what I was saying and there were no postage related phrases in the app. Managed to get some stamp series.It''s a little bit out of the way, about 10mins from Soi Rommanee, should''ve taken a tuk-tuk instead of walking. Ask for the post-office, museum is in the same complex, no one knows about it.
The sea of stamps. A variety of stamps is suitable for people who like collecting stamps. You can also bring children to feel it. It's very interesting. In fact, the Southeast Asian islands are similar to the same. There are more people in Phuket Bali. After all, for the domestic tourist market. The two islands are the most mature. If you want to clean, it is recommended to choose Palau Fiji. These prices are also higher but the cost-effectiveness is higher. The language of Phuket and Bali free travel is not necessary. There are many hotels with Chinese service. The locals are very enthusiastic. The price is affordable. The advantage is also good. it 's time .
It's not bad, it's free, it has a history of postal development in Puji Town, and you can buy some commemorative stamps.