Open from 9:00 am till 4:00 pm, the Philatelic Museum serves as an exciting destination for stamp collectors and able enthusiasts. Situated near the Sam Sen Nai Post office in the Metropolitan Postal Bureau building, the Philatelic Museum also offers stamps for sale.
The Philatelic Museum exhibits Thai and foreign stamps dating back to 1881. At that time the first Thai stamps were made in London using woodblock prints. One can buy stamps and accessories here at reasonable rates.
The philatelic museum of Bangkok is highly popular among history and art enthusiasts. One needs to bring in a magnifying glass to examine the intricate details of a stamp. Each stamp in the museum’s collection is a thin slice of history embellished with work of artistry.
Serious philatelists can shop for a wide range of stamp books on display both in Thai and foreign languages in the museum’s library.
If we visit Bangkok in the mid December is it worth it? Can we friends have fun at that point of time? And what can we do over there and where all can we visit? And do we get any tour guides to show us the entire place?
What are the attractions we should not miss in at Bangkok? Please suggest me some good food joints too. What are the options for recreations. Where can i take my children? Also enlighten me about the shopping options?
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