Piles of toys in a lovely house
Published/Last edited or updated: 29th February, 2016
Travellers with kids in tow will probably want to factor in a visit.
The collection includes several Godzilla’s along with every monster that fought him; a life-size Superman and Yoda; vintage dolls and a bunch of toys from Japan, including some very cool Samurai figures. While it’s certainly not a bad collection, action-hero nerds will be better served by a visit to Bangkok’s Batcat Museum.
For grown-ups, the museum also has a large collection of antiques like century-old Thai kitchenware and ceramics, but there are no descriptions to explain what you’re looking at. With dozens of windows covering all of the walls, the large building is an attraction in its own right. Wander out the back to relax in the well-manicured gardens, or take a seat out front for a bowl of boat noodles.
The Million Toy Museum is located off Uthong Rd on the northwest side of the island, about midway between Wat Thammasikarat and Pridi Panomyong Memorial.
David Luekens first came to Thailand in 2005 when Thai friends from his former home of Burlington, Vermont led him on a life-changing trip. Based in Thailand since 2011, he spends much of his time eating in Bangkok street markets and island hopping the Andaman Sea.
These tours are provided by Travelfish partner GetYourGuide.
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