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Royal Elephant Thai Museum

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Royal Elephant Thai Museum BangkokThis is a very interesting museum. It houses various exhibits pertaining to Thailand's most prized animals, elephants. The museum displays shed light on the significance of elephants in Thai culture and society as well as the importance that is ascribed to white elephants which are all deemed royal property and kept in stables built in Dusit Palace. 

 

Timings: Daily 9:30 A.M- 4 P.M

Address: Th Ratchawithi
Tel: 02628-6300

 

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