Located in Thailand's Samut Prakan Province, the Erawan Museum is well-known to tourists from all parts of the globe because of its gargantuan three-headed elephant art display.
Standing on a huge pedestal, this is the first and the last thing you will see when visiting this museum. The dimensions of this elephant, which is cast in pure green colored copper, is 39 meters in length and 29 meters in height. It took ten years to complete from conception to completion. This elephant depicts the Hindu mythology's Airavata.
The museum contains a wide range of architectural symbols combined with the natural environments, structural layout, and fine craftsmanship and arts, which integrate harmoniously.