See exhibits from Thailand's historical days at Erawan Museum
Discover ancient art pieces representing the spiritual development of Thais
Learn about the importance of preserving Asian culture in the face of modernity
Erawan Museum is known for its three-headed elephant statue representing Hindu mythology's Airavata. Owned by the late business tycoon Lek Viriyapant, it was originally built to display his vast collection of Asian antiquities that he aimed to preserve for the Thai people's admiration. The three-level museum also has exhibits featuring precious collectibles from Thailand's past, allowing you to discover the country's culture, history, philosophy, literature, and arts.