Royal Thai Air Force Museum, Bangkok
National Aviation and Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) Museum was built to become the National Knowledge Center for aviation. The museum provides and collects numerous types of both active aircraft and decommissioned aircraft since the early period of Thai aviation to the present day as well as the valuable historical documents of the RTAF. The museum exhibits various types of aircraft featuring Boeing 737-200 and UH-1N of which major roles are to serve as the royal transportation for His Majesty King Bhumibol, Baribatra (or Boriphat – the bomber type 2) designed and built by the RTAF, Tachikawa Ki-36 (one of the last two remaining aircraft of this type in the world), the last Hawk 3 and Corsair. The museum also exhibits the active fighter aircraft of the RTAF such as F-5A, F-16A, and Gripen. The museum also highlights the MiG-21 from Vietnam Air Defense and Air Force, sent for the knowledge public.
Address: Bangkok, จังหวัด กรุงเทพมหานคร 10210, Thailand
Phone: +66 2 534 1853
– Free admission