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Rather hard to imagine this is just one person's personal collection as the artifacts are extensive. 300 baht is a bit steep but we were there on a Monday when other larger places were closed so we went ahead. You do have a guide but...More
A private museum funded with the intention of rescuing and reconstructing pieces of Lanna culture. Is an amazing collection placed in a beautiful context. I usually don't visit museums but this one was totally worthy, even if a little expensive, 300 bht, it includes a...More
I visited this museum based on other glowing reviews and wasn’t disappointed. There are a wealth of treasures on show and all beautifully presented. The love of the owner for Lanna history is evident and I was fortunate to talk with him about it. My...More
This place is a hidden gem in Chiang Rai city. Probably one of the best museum in Thailand. The tour guide was very informative and friendly. Recommend to people who interested in historical artifacts. Ps. This place is not allowed to take the picture inside.
In the short time I have been in Northern Thailand I have gained greater understanding of Lanna, its history and culture. If you have a similar interest I highly recommend a visit to this museum. It is in walking distance of downtown or a short...More
Over the years I've visited many museums. This is certainly in the top 5 for me. If you're interested in the history and artifacts from the ancient "Lanna Kingdom", then you must visit here. The collection has been made by one person who has a...More
WHEN I arrived here, brushing my way through plants hanging down in the elephant heads entrance, I swiftly found that Oub Kham was a little museum which punched far above its weight for interest.
The small and compact grounds are fascinating with hidden treasures tucked...More
I went here this morning alone and had the luck of getting a private tour (as there was no one else and a guided tour is obligatory). The tour was really interesting for anyone who wants a bit of context on northern Thai (Lanna) history...More
Located about a block from the De Hug Hotel, this museum is a great place to spend 90 minutes. I went with my two kids (12 & 14) and only expected to spend a few minutes looking around. The person who took our entrance fee...More