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Museum Of World Insects and Natural Wonders

The Museum Of World Insects and Natural Wonders is the brainchild of a Thai couple whose love for the outdoors led to its establishment.

The museum showcases a diverse array of insects, ranging from tiny bugs to beautiful butterflies and creepy crawlies.

Museum Of World Insects and Natural Wonders, Entry Fee, Chiang Mai

This museum is a personal collection of Dr. Rampa Rattanarithikul who began working as a technician collecting and mounting mosquito specimens for the United States Operations Mission malaria control program. Today, she and her husband have collected thousands of specimens which are now on display in their very own museum.

There are over 10,000 species located here and over 400 species of mosquitoes that live in Thailand. The three floors that make the museum are filled with insects as well as different rocks that create the natural habitat for the bugs. You will also find a huge range of genuine fossils of bones, animals, leaves, trees, shells and fish. Depending on your interests, the museum will take around 1 hour to view.

The museum is located in the Nimman area, just 10 minutes from the old city. An entry fee is chargeable at the gates, and you can visit Museum Of World Insects and Natural Wonders any day as the museum is open daily. This quirky museum will add a new twist to your Thai vacation.

72 Srimankalajarn Road
Nimmanhemin Soi 13
Suthep, Mueang Chiang Mai

Opening Hours
Daily: 9am - 5pm

Phone Number
+66 53 211 891

Email Address

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