How to get to the Erawan Museum
The Erawan Museum is very easy to reach. From the (current) BTS terminus Samrong it is only 2km away. Under normal conditions, this is almost an easy walk, but nobody wants to arrive sweaty at 30 degrees or more. The rest of the way can drive by taxi or tuk tuk. Anyone who has become a fan of bus rides can take the lines 102, 507, 511 and 536 to the museum.
Museum or Park?
From the outside, of course, the 43-meter-high statue stands out, but the Erawan Museum is more than just a single building. The complex consists of a small park with plants and trees. In addition, there is a nice covered place where you can eat and drink, and of course buy his souvenirs and gifts.
Again, there are staggered prices, locals pay half, or tourists double, depending on how you look at it. 400 Baht is the entry fee for a tourist, that's about 10€ / 12$, not so cheap, but ok. If you want to save 50%, you will get by at 5:00pm, then the entrance fee is only 200 Baht.
The area is not very large, but you can take your time to look at the main building, to eat something delicious and to make yourself comfortable on the benches during the tour of the complex.