By The Nation
Museum Siam has also developed new functionality through mobile application which users can buy and access online. This year, it welcomes additional museums and interesting centres to the project including Siamgems Heritage, Owl Art Museum, Rubberland, Peranakan Phuket Museum, Bank of Thailand Learning Centre, NSM Science Museum, NSM Science Square, Siam Serpentarium, Krukung Museum, Natural History Museum Khon Kaen, Peranakan Nitust, Magic Museum and Chiang Mai Zoo Aquarium.
“Museum Siam acknowledges that crucial benefit of museum and learning centre is to encourage people an education,” said Rames Promyen, general director of Museum Siam. “This is why we have constantly run this campaign along with the Muse Pass since 2013 to inject museum culture up in today’s society and to let people enjoy themselves visiting museums around the country.”
To add even more fun and liveliness, Museum Siam has classified museums into four groups; science and technology, life and nature, art history and culture, and has expanded access up to 63 museums nationwide.
Users can convert the Muse Pass into a digital card for a smartphone, which supports both IOS and Android, making it even more convenient to use.
“Muse Pass Season 6” is valid for one year from the date of purchase. It is available now at 44 participating museums, KTC Touch Centre, and through online channels at www.MuseumSiam.org, KTC World Travel Service (ktcworld.co.th) and on mobile application “Museum Thailand”.
For more information, call (02) 225 2777 extension 527 or visit Facebook.com/musepass