- Established in 1995 to commemorate Queen Sirikit's 60th birthday, this museum aims to be a leader of technology and environmental issues in Asia. The building's unique angled-cube design reflects cost efficiency and the importance of conserving our earth's precious resources. Each of the six floors features a particular aspect of science, including natural history, energy, aerodynamics and traditional Thai technology. The best part is the hands-on interactive experience. Visitors are encouraged to test out exhibits for greater understanding, awareness and, of course, fun. Ample parking and a snack cafeteria are provided.
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