Timings : Monday - Saturday: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Sunday: 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Time Required : 1-2 hrs
Entry Fee : THB 100 per person
The Museum of World Insects and Natural Wonders in Chiang Mai is indeed one of its kind. Its quaint collection of bugs, crawlers, butterflies and any other insect that crosses one’s mind is amusingly creepy. These are all creatively displayed on glass frames that are hanging on the walls inside the museum. The place initially does seem uncomfortable with all the bugs hanging around. However, the quirky way in which seems to be sharing knowledge about these creatures does amuse people once they get used to the creepy feeling inside. It indeed is a complete different and unusual experience from the rest of the city of Chiang Mai and definitely deserves a visit from both locals and foreigners.
The best part about Museum of World Insects and Natural Wonders is that it doesn’t just restrict itself to these crawlers and flies only. It also houses a number of beautiful paintings based on various elements of nature that are on display here. So, it completely justifies its name- it is a houseful of nature’s wonders. The entire collection, including every single object at this idiosyncratic museum is a part of a personal collection. The super duo who owns this collection is a husband and wife couple – Manop Ratna Rittirong Gul and Rattana Rumpa Rittirong Gul who have been dedicated contributors to the Smithonians.
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