Bangkok Planetarium and Science Museum
Situated right next to the Eastern Bus Station (Ekamai) between Sukhumvit Sois 40 and 42, the Science Museum features displays of the various branches of science and astronomy.
The Bangkok Planetarium, modeled after the famous projector in London, gives daily shows of the rising and setting of the sun and moon, the solar system and the zodiac.
There are six floors of exhibits and interesting graphics panels concerning all areas of science, but especially that relating to Thailand.
Level 1: Reception and introductory area
Main entry, cloak rooms, cafeteria
Pioneers of science
Temporary exhibition halls
Level 2: History of science and technology
The origin of human species
History of science
The fragile earth
Vision of the great scientists
Level 3: Basic science and energy
Sound and light
Forces and motion
Electricity and magnetism
Level 4: Science and technology in Thailand
Agriculture and industrialisation
Geography and geology
Level 5: Science and technology in our everyday lives
Body and health
Quality of life
Home and office
Vision for the future
Level 6: Traditional technologies
The Queen's Gallery
The Science Museum is open 9.30 am to 5.00 pm daily, except Mondays and national holidays. Planetarium performances are held from 10.00 am to 2.30 pm Addmision fee 50 baht .