Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Bangkok Review – a wonderful thing to do in Bangkok

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The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) is located on the outskirts of Bangkok, near the old airport (DMK) and the Chatuchak Weekend Market.

The Museum is pretty new and features a very inspiring set of art from contemporary Thai artists.

The exhibition spawns five floors, so it is a good idea to allow at least two hours to see all the art in the museum.

I was floored by the quality of the artwork and how extensive the collection is. I went to the Musee de Marrakesh just a week before (which was barely two rooms) but this museum goes all out.

The entrance fees is 180 baht and the museum is closed on Mondays.

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