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Neat little tour. The tour guide was fun and knowledgeable. Saw some pretty interesting stuff. For anyone with a medical background or even just an interest in how the body works and medical anomalies this is a cool tour.
The guide was fantastic!
Darren S Australia
This is another great tour that gets you out of air con'd vans and out amongst all the excitement of Bangkok whilst also providing an incredibly interesting and educational, if sometimes sombre and gruesome, insight into the human body, the things that can ail it, and what can and does happen when things go awry. Certainly not for the faint of heart, this tour uses mixed modes of local travel foot, ferry, tuk-tuk, klong boat and BTS Skytrain to see you to the major destinations the Siriraj Medical and Anatomical Museums at one end of town and the Chulalongkorn University Museum of Human Body at another, with stops for lunch and a visit to a curious little fertility shrine along the way. Our guide was very knowledgeable, interesting and personable and certainly added value overall to the already incredible experience. Especially recommended if you've always wanted to hang out with the mummified corpse of a cannibalistic child murderer, or inspect close hand the damage a shotgun blast to the heart can inflict. Amazing indeed!
This tour is amazing, but not for the faint hearted! This was something that interested both my husband and I. Not only do you get to see the medical and forensic museum, you are also able to experience the public transport tuk tuk, canal boat and river boat as well as some tasty local food. We thoroughly enjoyed our day, and our tour guide, Win I hope I have your name right was exceptionally knowledgeable! Thank you so very much!
Very cool tour! The museums were really interesting, something you don't really find in many other cities. The most interesting parts was seeing various body parts with diseases or wounds, and also feeling the weight of a human brain. And we learned about the history of Thailand's dentistry and the king's role in that.
Definitely something off the beaten path. But I don't recall seeing the fertility shrine that was mentioned in the description.
This was really a unique tour. We saw places we never would have seen on our own. We took many modes of transportation which was fun. The only drawback was that the meeting place was hard to find.
Margaret D USA
There were three of us on the tour, including two KLM male flight attendants, which was very helpful as the canal boats that we took were hard to get into and out of. We also took a river boat on the Chao Phraya and a tuk tuk. The main part of the tour was visiting museums with human specimens. It was an interesting tour but it is one to take after you have been to Bangkok beforehand.
The lady who lead the tour was lovely, but myself and my partner understood very little of what she was saying, effecting our ability to enjoy the experience quite dramatically. We ended up being non the wiser from the tour experience, and would have been no worse off without the tour guide at all.
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