The Siriraj Medical Museum (or more popularly known as the Death Museum) is definitely not for the faint of heart. This museum has six main exhibitions, namely: the Ellis Pathological Museum, Songkran Niyomsane Forensic Medicine Museum, Parasitology Museum, Congdon Anatomical Museum, Soon Sangvichien Prehistoric Museum and Laboratory, and the Touch Exhibits museum (which was actually added for visually-impaired guests). All sections could located inside the oldest medical institution in all of Thailand, the Siriraj Hospital.
The outside of this museum looks so pretty! But dark secrets lie within... Whether your out of town guests will like this next location depends a lot on how strong their stomach is (so, again, just like Taco Bell).
The Siriraj Medical Museum includes a variety of medical curiosities, from the skeletons of babies with genetic diseases, to preserved testicles with elephantiasis, to the mutilated bodies of various serial killers. Just the thing to get you in the mood for Halloween
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Want to release some stress and have fun with friends or fam? Wii jump thankfully has come to Alabang 🌞
The whole are offers different activities that can range to jumping (duh!), passing through elaborate obstacles, and even submerging yourself in a pool of balls 😭
📍rates apply by the hour
📍socks are a must!
📍all activities are safe