Some interesting and stunning buildings, with some weird artifacts on display. Nice and peaceful walk around, took about 1 hour. Some of the buildings were closed to public. Not far out of town, so it...
Absolutely terrible. It was hot, and there were insects everywhere. Lighting inside the houses were terrible, making for horrible pictures. Every house has the same design and props, with very little ...
This is supposed to pay homage to one of the great artists of Thailand, but all I could see in every building were stuffed crocodiles. When I asked one of the gate keepers the significance, I was told...
Some people say that "White Temple represents heaven.
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It is better to say that it is an art museum than a black temple. It houses the collections of art and treasures of Taan Dacani. Most of these works of art are dominated by the skin, corners and large dark tones of the strange beasts.
Whether it is the Bible or the recent "Monsters of the Monster", snakes, crocodiles, etc. are all representative of hell, the embodiment of Satan. So the black temple is naturally called hell.
But I think this place is still quite suitable for taking pictures~
Compared with the crowds of people and the white temples in the open air, the black temples that were discovered by chance have made people shine in front of each other. The buildings in the shade are unique and the flow of people is very small. Each person has contracted a room to check the tourist photos. I want one too! Picking up different people from each attraction and making a fascinating 9-black temple story, I feel the summer of Hangzhou [smile] today.
You can choose to charter and drive in Chiang Mai. You are in the car all day long. The distance between the scenic spots is far away. Chartered travel is a good choice.
Black House is Chiangrai is a park containing a diverse and sprawling series of buildings, displays, sculptures and installations. The park and highly eclectic contents are the life’s work of local and nationally renowned artist Thawan Duchanee. #wintergetaway
Black House, or Baan Dam, was designed and built by contemporary Thai artist Thawan Duchanee over a period of 36 years. Black House is a collection of 40 buildings featuring a number of exhibits related to death and hell, combined with animal bones, hunting tools, antiques and specimens of primitive man, all integrated into various works of modern art. Baan Dam is the complete opposite of the White Temple (Wat Rong Khun), a visit to each offering interpretations of heaven and hell, a contrast of good and evil. Some exhibits are still considered controversial.