For anyone over 30, it’s a bit of a disappointment to head into any big chain toy store nowadays. Cheaply manufactured gizmos, designed to appeal to the broadest demographic, line the shelves and you have to search high and low for anything unique or special. What happened to the cool toys of our youth? Well, it turns out a lot of them have ended up in Bangkok's Batcat Toy Museum. What began as a hobby for 39-year old Somchay Nitimongkolchai has morphed into an epic display of toys, figurines, costumes, masks, collectibles and life-sized maquettes covering two floors.