Siriraj Medical Museum, Bangkok Thailand is where you should go should if you ever find yourself wondering what your lungs would look like if you got attacked by a crazed psychopath and stabbed to death. This place is not for everyone but if you are looking for something different to see then it is worth a trip.
The museum consists of 7 permanent exhibitions covering stuff like Anatomy, Congenital Disorders, Pathology, Forensic Pathology, Thai Traditional Medicine, Toxicology, and Parasitology. Visiting Hours : Mon, Wed-Sun from 10:00 AM-5:00 PM. The main attraction - or what is supposed to be the main attraction - is one of these criminals: the infamous Si Quey. In the late 50s, Si Quey murdered and then consumed the hearts and livers of six children. He was originally put on display as a deterrent against violent crime. Aborted foetus medley: Clockwise from top left - 4 weeks, 9 weeks, 10 weeks, 12 weeks. Some exhibits of note include hemorrhaged brains, examples of limbs that were severed or mutilated, and even skulls that had bullets puncture the bone and bounce around in there for a while.