Bangkok, the beautiful city of Thailand offers a lot of attractions to visit and if you’re looking to explore, experience the rich cultural and historical face of Thailand, then you must not miss visiting the popular Bangkok National Museum located just 2.5 kilometres away from Bangkok’s main city centre. Bangkok National Museum is the home of largest collection of Thailand’s artifacts, arts, Chinese weapons, precious stones, puppets, clothing and textiles(related to olden times), Khon masks and many more. The best and royal part you can notice in Bangkok National Museum is the gifts received by King Rama V from his father. The Bangkok National Museum was opened as the first National museum in Thailand during the year 1859, which makes the museum to look picturesque as it is established in a late 18th century architected buildings. If you want to know more and keen about Bangkok National Museum and the possessions, then you must visit the Bangkok National Museum on Thursdays, as you’ll be provided guided tours in English on every Thursdays to enhance your experience in museum and to be a good day of your holidaying in Bangkok.