Miss the outside world? Museum Siam is coming at you with the next best thing (sort of), allowing you to travel from the comfort of your room with their 360-degree virtual exhibitions. They are displaying their highlight archive in high resolution, with information available in Thai and English. The experience even starts at the front door of the museum. 

Some of the exhibitions include a look at rotten foods, which interprets Thai eating culture in a fun but weird angle; “Tatien,” which tells you about the rise of Bangkok from a port city to a metropolis; and an in-depth look at the Tom Yum Kung crisis and the effects it had on the country.

Click here to enter the virtual world.