Buddhist Art Museum in Bangkok is reputed to have the largest collection of Buddha statues, sculptures and figurines based on Buddhist art work of the kingdom from the 6th century AD. The pieces reflect the cultural heritage of the various kingdoms in Thailand and neighboring kingdoms. Visitors to the Museum of Buddhist Art are generally advised to start their tour in an annex to the main building that houses the Kuan Yin Palace and Museum which displays statues of Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy.
The courtyard outside the museum has six miniature wooden houses deities Chinese palaces. The main theme of the Museum of Buddhist Art, however, is in eight rooms upstairs in the main building displaying Buddha statues, sculptures and figures of various kingdoms that have an impact on Thai art and culture. different schools of Buddhist art from every era mixed with the previous one and add it to feel different.
To also provides for the statues of Buddha, their characteristics, different postures and subtle variations in the folds of her dress. The museum is a useful source of information for the researcher of Buddhist art and sculptures of the Buddha. occasional visitors seeking review of an important part of Thai culture, it would be fun to find the museum. Dvaravati art based on the culture of the United Kingdom Dvaravati Nakhon Phahom, central Thailand, was established Monday in Burma. Buddhist works of this period is based in South India and Sri Lanka models.