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Chokchai Museum

 

Chokchai Museum is a private museum which put nothing less than the life of its owner on display. It is a treasure house of mementoes belonging to Mr.Chokchai, who has kept the legendary Farm Chokchai alive and operating for more than 50 years. His success is the result of hard work and a youthful enthusiasm, which is evident when he say: "I’ve dreamt of being a cowboy since I was a young boy." On display are spectacular collections that hold over 60 years worth of memories.

 

Chokchai Museum Bangkok
Chokchai Museum Bangkok

 

 

The tour starts by visiting a small but increadible zoo. All residents are Albinos! White monkeys, white Crocodiles, white Lions, and and and, all white. A vast collection of this rare mood of nature. After that you will go to the classical Thai house which is home to a beautiful Benjaron collection. Benjarong ceramics is a type of Asian pottery which has a long history in Thailand. The classic-style Thai house embodies the culture and identity of Thailand. Next is the main building with its five floors.

 

Chokchai Museum Bangkok
Chokchai Museum Bangkok

 

The Entrance is on the 1st floor. the 2nd floor shows a big collection of hand guns and rifles both classical and modern. Two rooms feature an increadible Swarovski Collection with hundreds of figurines. Here you can also find one of the worldwide 7 23kg heavy Swarovski Grand Diamond Crystals! The 3rd floor tells Mr.Chokchais life story in photographs from childhood until today along with pictures of his family and Farm Chokchai. On the 4th floor you will find a large collection of, well, almost everything! Models, toys, amulets, books, and so much more! The 5th floor is home to a replica of Dong Phaya Fai, a dry evergreen forest as it looked like back in 1956. The artificial landscape also features the Heo Suwat waterfall along with displays of various species of animals.

 

 

 

 

 

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