Rattanakosin Island is not only an eatery paradise and a place of temples. If you have a background or interest in arts or history, you will treasure Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall. Launched in 2010, Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall holds one of the most comprehensive collections of Bangkok’s history, arts, and culture. The presentation ranges from 4D-cinema to exhibitions of various architectural styles, the graceful and exquisite Grand Palace, the changing Thai local ways of life from the early Rattanakosin Period until the present day, and the interactive multi-touch games which make the interpretation much more fun and engaging. On the fourth floor is the Rattanakosin Skyview offering the panorama of Rajadamneon Avenue and other heritage sites.