Insect and Natural Wonders Museum

After a little while searching, Matthew, my dad and I found a small, tucked-away house that had been converted into an insect museum. My overflowing excitement at the trip could barely be contained and I was not disappointed.

The museum contains the life’s work of an elderly couple who still own  and possibly live in their converted home and specialised in mosquitos.  The collection is phenomenal, filled with beautiful insects, rocks, fossils, petrified wood in beautiful forms and shells. The walk around, which consisted of two levels, was full of new delights and curiosity whith each step, especially for myself. Some species displayed are now extinct, and the glass cases even include fossilised dinosaur eggs and shells bigger than a person’s head.

Srimankalajarn Road Soi 13 Muang Chiangmai, Thailand

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