Judging from the exhibition in this museum, the culture of these local tribes is still very ancient and mysterious. There are many exhibits related to animal worship on display. You can get a general understanding of their religion and history.
This is a so-called museum that showcases local tribal culture, but I think it’s really not like a museum, just a few thatched huts, and there are very few things, it feels very ordinary, and I don’t see much, I don’t understand. what.
The picturesque scenery, attractive scenery, and unique ethnic customs in Xishuangbanna are worth a visit! There is also a local specialty Pu'er tea at a moderate price and great taste! Special snacks will also keep us fresh.
It's similar to a normal museum, except that it is a museum about living conditions. Friends who are curious about how to live in Chiang Rai can come and have a look.
We also visited the Hill Tribe Museum in Chiang Rai, which mainly showed the mountain topography and tribal culture here.
The museum is big, but it's really more interesting. There is no need to visit specially~ Usually only when there is an exhibition
This is a small museum that commemorates the living conditions of the tribes in Chiang Rai. You can see many tools of life at that time.