Open Dated Ticket
Thailand and especially Bangkok is famous all over the world for its culture of prostitution red light areas. This Patpong Museum Admission Ticket will give you entry to the famous Patpong Museum which showcases the history of prostitution in the region.
What to Expect
Discover the area's evolution
Discover the area's evolution from rice paddy to entertainment district, with stories of spies, celebrities, and more. See artefacts that show the past and present scenario of the place. You will surely be amazed to see this.
Fun & exciting range of exhibits
There are a lot of interesting exhibitions in the Patpong Museum that show the history and culture of Thailand. Enjoy the exhibitions, and get a lot of information about the region's past through multimedia, interactive games, and re-enacted shows.
100-year history of Bangkok's red-light district
100 years is not a short time. The Patpong Museum Admission ticket gives you access to explore the 100 years rich history of Bangkok's famous red-light district. Get to know closely the life of a prostitute and how the markets used to operate.
Open dated ticket
This is an open dated ticket, that means you can use this ticket on any date you want. You don't need to go to a museum on a specific date and block your itinerary. Go this place on any day you want and enjoy your holiday.
Know Before You Go
Patpong Museum, No. 5, 2nd Floor, Patpong Soi 2 Address: Bangrak, Bangkok, 10500
How To Get There:
Take the BTS to Sala Daeng Station and leave via Exit 1. Walk along Silom Road for 150m then turn right to Soi Patpong 2. Patpong Museum is on the left-hand side opposite Foodland supermarket
- Guests must be aged 18+ to enter the attraction
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Patpong museum is a privately owned museum that chronicles the history of Patpong, Bangkok’s famous red-light area. Michael Messner, a native of Patpong is the owner and curator of this museum. Opened in October 2019, for the public, it displays the artifacts and the historical insignia that tell you the story of this area over several decades. It gives you an idea of how Patpong has evolved and gained its reputation among tourists and the locals. There are sleazy details about the prostitution for which the place was famous, but, there is much more to it. There are 3D shows and display galleries that exhibit the famous people who have visited Patpong and the street art, and murals which were once a part of this vibrant city.
The museum tells you the history of Patpong district over a hundred years. Tourists can walk through the museum and relive the history of the place. Photos, memorabilia, and artefacts are on display, which tells the story of the district over the years. There is provision for playing adult ping-pong games. There are x-rated shows which give you the idea of why and how this place became famous world-wide. Tourists can also take a sip of refreshment at a bar designed in 70’s style. The museum takes you back in a memory lane through interactive games, live shows, and historical exhibits to experience a world that has long been lost.
There is no dress code for Patpong museum.
Tourists can book the Patpong Museum admission tickets online. Free cancellation is available and e-tickets are accepted. This is an adult-only museum, so below 18 years are not allowed. The ticket includes a complimentary drink at the Bar.
Patpong Museum chronicles the over hundred years’ history of the district. Established by a private curator, the museum is a very good attempt at preserving and presenting the history of the place in an interactive and interesting way, through exhibits, memorabilia, artifacts, and multi-media shows, tourists take a walk down the memory lane. 1 hour of the guided tour gives you plenty of opportunities to explore and in the ‘x-rated’ section tourists can take part in adult-only ping-pong games. One can drink refreshments at the bar in the company of holographic dancers.
Since its inception, Patpong Museum has become a major tourist attraction in Bangkok. There are several restaurants that dot the roads that lead to the museum. Among these, Patpong Café, Tiptop, The Coffee Club-Montien Mall, G’s Bangkok are some of the well-known restaurants. All the restaurants mentioned here are within walking distance from Patpong museum.
Children are not allowed inside Patpong museum. Admissible age is 18+. Infants can visit by sitting on the lap of their parents.
Yes, you can click pictures inside Patpong museum.
The Patpong Museum admission ticket costs around 280 Baht (Thai currency) or 500 INR.
Patpong museum is meant for adults. Children below 18 years are not allowed. Tourists are not allowed to bring their own food or drinks. Pets are not allowed, though service animals are allowed. Patpong Museum Admission Tickets allow only one person per ticket.
You can travel to Patpong Museum via taxi, motorcycle-taxi, and TukTuk. Alternatively, you can take the BTS Sky Train Silom line and get down at Sala Daeng station, get out at Exit 1 and proceed forward. You will see the sign”Patpong”. If you are coming from Sukhumvit road, take BTS Sukhumvit Line and change it at Siam station. Change over to Siam Line and proceed. You can also take the Bangkok Blue line and get off at Si Lom station, cross the road to reach Patpong. If you travel by road via taxi, then Patpong museum is about 7 km from Bangkok and will take around 18 minutes to reach. By public transport, it can take up to 40 minutes.
Outside food is not allowed in Patpong museum.
It takes approximately 1 hr. to explore Patpong Museum.
For long, Patpong has gained the reputation of being the biggest red-light area of Bangkok. Patpong museum displays how and why this area got the reputation of being the sex capital of Bangkok. But, that is not all. It also chronicles the history of the place over several decades. A tourist gets to learn about the history of Patpong along with the notorious CIA agent Tony Poe. Tourists can put a necklace of plastic human ears around their necks which remind us of the gruesome war crimes of Tony Poe.
It also features famous star David Bowie and Robert De Niro who were once visitors at Patpong. This museum also has an x-rated gallery which showcases the sex market that flourished in this area between the 60s and 70s. Tourists get to see pictures and memorabilia of sex bars of a bygone era.
They can also take part in adult-only ping pong games. Apart from that, there are a number of adult games, live shows, and 3D features which give you an idea about the dark side of this area.The museum adds souvenirs, picture postcards, and other trinkets that bear testimony to the history of Patpong. This is a vibrant museum which is continuously growing as more and more things get added daily.
Visit the museum from November to March and during afternoon hrs. So that by the time you finish the tour of the museum you can enjoy the hustle and bustle of the night market and purchase some stuff.
Patpong Museum is open on all weekdays and operates from 10 AM to 11 PM.
There are a number of tourists attractions near Partpong museum.
As Thailand is famous for massage parlours, you get to see a number of famous parlours near the museum. Among them, “Urban Thai Massage and Spa”, “The Prime Massage”, “Nakarat Massage and Sap”, and “The Adam Massage” are some of the well-known massage parlours. You can get a massage to relax your tired muscles and feel refreshed. All the parlours are equipped with well-trained masseurs. All these massage parlours are within 5 minutes of walk from the museum.
- Lumpini Park: Founded in 1920s, Lumpini Park is the largest park in Central Bangkok. The park offers physical activities like paddle-boating, jogging, high-energy techno tunes, or tai chi. You can also just stroll around or have a small picnic with friends near its artificial lake. This park is just 5 minutes walk from the museum.
- Secret Food Tours: Thailand is famous for its delicious street food. Here, you get to taste authentic Thai food and relish the preparations made by renowned chefs. Not knowing the local language is a major handicap for the tourists. In Secret food tours, this is taken care of and the foodie in you is left satisfied. This is just 6 minutes walk from the museum.
- Muzik Café: No trip to the Patpong Museum is complete without visiting the muzik café. Sip some cold beer and listen to the live music played by well-known bands. Spend a leisurely hour or two and watch the world pass you by.
- Patpong Night Market: Patpong Night Market is the tourists destination for more reasons than one. The entire Patpong area is full of alleys and various shops dot both sides of the alleys. You can get branded items (though fake), souvenirs, toys, electronic items, and clothes at really cheap rates. There are girls selling x-rated DVDs or tempting you for a special massage. This is an added attraction for many tourists. The market opens at 5 pm. Many street vendors serve Thai food throughout the night. This is just 2 minutes walk from the museum.
- You need to carry your Patpong Museum Admission Ticket - Camera, if you want to click photos
Wheelchairs are available to the people in need. However, infants have to sit on the laps of their parents.
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