Thai Labour Museum
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5,0 av 5 bobler
feb. 2024 • Venner
Learning center for Thai labor history
Information from the past to the present Invite everyone to learn about the history of Thai labor.
Let's go together. We are currently in a period of transition.
industry again Academic team
Teachers are ready to give knowledge and advice to everyone. Come and be a part of the Thai Labor Museum together. To preserve it for all laborers to come and learn about the changes of each era and each event.
Everyone who is about to enter the working age.
You should study before going to live in the labor arena (the real life arena that we have to experience).
“Everyone returns to labor according to his or her age.
Different people, different duties The last one is labor."
After passing the working age, they will enter retirement age.
Everyone must meet the same person😅
Skrevet 20. februar 2024
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ขอบคุณที่มาเยี่ยมชมพิพิธภัณฑ์แรงงานไทยครับ ช่วยกันส่งต่อเรื่องราวของสามัญชนผู้แบกรับสังคมเอาไว้ ตั้งแต่เข้าเรียน ทำงาน ยันชราภาพ เราทุกคนคือแรงงาน และแรงงานคือผู้สร้างโลก! ✊
Skrevet 2. april 2024
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RobB1965
Bangkok, Thailand23 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
feb. 2022
A really interesting wander discovering the history of how Thai workers and socialists have been treated at work and in leisure over the years. Some excellent exhibits with descriptions in English. Despite the language barrier, a warm welcome and basic guidance of where to go. I believe it is run by volunteers. Please leave a donation.

To gain entrance ring the bell as there isn't always someone on reception.
Skrevet 14. mars 2022
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Hey Khun RobB, Thank you so much for the review! I understand that this reply is over a year late but the museum is currently trying to spruce things up and renovate both offline and online, and that's how I've found your review here. The museum is 30 years old now, thriving with the support from our socialist and unionist friends, AND cool visitors like you. To everyone else, please do ring the bell when you're at the door and always check the opening hours on the Facebook page beforehand. Our staff are also activists who'd have to attend events elsewhere sometimes. Warm regards, - Chalit "New" Ratapana Thai Labour Museum volunteer Email: tlm.thailabourmuseum@gmail.com
Skrevet 10. februar 2024
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Nonglak L
Reading, UK286 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
feb. 2020
This museum is not that well know and is open Wednesday to Sunday from 10.00 until (I think) around 16.00. Admission is free but donations are welcomed. It may look closed when you arrive but ring the bell beside the front door. Within a minute a helpful woman appeared to unlock the door for me and switch on the lights inside (yes, otherwise it is dark). The museum consists of several small rooms followed by one larger one and it's probably logical to go round them clockwise in this way. It's a charming old-fashioned mixture of all sorts of things laid out, of which everyone is likely to find something of interest. I probably spent round about an hour looking round.
Skrevet 1. mars 2020
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Bobby B
Fremantle, Australia124 bidrag
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jan. 2020
An excellent little museum about labour in Thailand from feudal times and slavery through the times of labour for wages with the arrival of Chinese coolies up to modern attempts to improve the condition of labourers and the lethal assaults on Thai workers and students by the Thai military such as in 1976 & 1992. Excellent historical exhibits touching on sensitive aspects of Thai history such as the Thai alliance with Japan in World War II and the death of so many labourers on the Thai-Burma railway. Outstanding exhibits on Thai cultural history.

The museum itself may seem old and low tech but then it relates to older, low tech times so that’s okay.

It’s at an obscure location beside the railway tracks near Makkasan Station – more than a 1 km walk from either Phetchaburi Station on MRT or Phayathai Station on BTS. There is an office in the back where the curators may be working and the reception desk may be unattended. There is a bell beside the door to ring to attract attention. Admission is free; there is a voluntary donation box by the reception desk.

There are wonderful sights to behold in Thailand where, as elsewhere, we can learn of the good works of monarchs and the ruling elite but don’t find so much about the labourers who were supporting their efforts – this museum addresses the stories of some of those labourers.

The information in this museum is not easily found elsewhere and I rate this as a 5/5 attraction. There is information here about those sensitive periods in Thai history when news was suppressed and Thai people asked what was happening. Fascinating!
Skrevet 8. januar 2020
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Chita & Nigel
Bangkok, Thailand341 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
mar. 2019 • Venner
Stumbled on this museum by accident and spent a fascinating half hour there learning in particular about indentured labour in Thailand and how the system was overthrown. Also displays relating to Thailand in WW2, a subject not frequently discussed. Quite old fashioned displays and quite difficult to read at times, but well worth the effort. Entrance by donation.
Skrevet 28. mars 2019
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JonG88
Hongkong, Kina44 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
okt. 2018 • Alene
This museum tells the history of the Thai working people, from the caste system, through waves of Chinese migration and labor organizing, on to the modern struggle for survival in the global capitalist economy. Along the way it talks about the political changes in Thailand, efforts to suppress labor groups, and tragedies like the suppression of the 1973 uprising and the Kader toy factory fire. Many displays are in English.

Budget about an hour. It's a tiny museum, seemingly run by labor organizers who are genuinely happy to have visitors. No entry fee but donations welcomed.

This museum is a 20 minute walk from the Erawan Shrine, not a very scenic walk but goes through an area with a lot of cheap restaurants. It's also readily accessible from BTS Ratchaprarop and MRT Phetchaburi stations.
Skrevet 11. oktober 2018
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LearnAsIgo13
Johannesburg, Sør-Afrika132 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
mar. 2018 • Alene
If you're in Bangkok for only a few days this may not be the museum for you, but if you live here or have an interest in Thai history then this is the missing piece. I was fascinated by the information and materials available and spent one hour and 15 minutes enjoying the museum to myself.

On a recent visit to another museum I was surprised to hear the guide say Thailand has a caste system, similar to India. I almost didn't believe him. The Thai Labour Museum, however, provided a great deal of context to support that view.

I also left with a much deeper understanding of why King Rama V is still loved by the Thai people to this day, 100 years after his reign. Abolishing corvee and slave labour were reforms he implemented in addition to modernizing Thailand with roads, a postal system, telephones, etc.

It's open Wednesday to Sunday from 10:00-4:00 and as the other reviews say, just ring the bell.
Skrevet 15. mars 2018
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E17_KJ
London, UK1 153 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
jan. 2018 • Alene
A small, interesting museum telling the story of the Thai caste system, and the history of organised labour and civil/democratic rights in Thailand. It only took about thirty minutes but I learned an awful lot. If it’s locked when you arrive just ring the bell.
Skrevet 26. januar 2018
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でんすけ は
北海道346 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
aug. 2016 • Alene
この博物館の訪問帳を見たところ、自分が来た日は俺だけで、前日が韓国人が一人
その前の日は、ヨーロッパのどこかの国の人が一人と恐ろしく訪問客が少なく、
中は4部屋か5部屋で、タイといいますか、バンコクでの労働がどのように行われていたかという感じの展示です。ジーンズ工場で女性工員がなんちゃらでストライキみたいな
内容の英語が書かれていました。8割型タイ語の説明で、2割英語の説明がありまして、どちらかわからないと楽しめないでしょう。
古い物展示してまして、掛かりの人がいないので、三輪車とかトラックとかあったのですが、勝手に乗っていのかわからないですが乗っていました。
展示物も触り放題です。
Skrevet 11. mai 2017
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肉団子
Toyota, Japan13 454 bidrag
3,0 av 5 bobler
sep. 2016 • Alene
バンコク街歩きの際に寄った博物館。

労働者の視点からタイの歴史を追っている展示内容構成になっている。

古代王朝、中国の影響化、歴代ラーマ王政、2つの世界大戦、近現代とそれぞれブースがあり、展示物がある。

当然、日本帝国に関する展示もあるが、イギリスの圧力をタイ人と一緒に排除したという内容もあれば、日本がタイ政府に干渉したという内容もあり、結構公平にかかれている。(シンガポール、マレーシア、オーストラリアなど中国色が強い博物館の戦争展示は日本が一方的に悪いと標記されている。)

展示に特別目玉な展示は無いが、中は意外と広く、ちいさな見どころはいくつかある。 お土産ブースもエントランスにあり、自分は気に入ったTシャツを購入したかったのだが、サイズが無く断念!!
Skrevet 11. februar 2017
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