Ukan Museum If you want to have a deeper understanding of the history, culture and art of the Lanna Kingdom, Ukan Museum is a must-see attraction. In this private museum, a collection of royal items from the Lanna Dynasty that the owner has meticulously collected over the years, from crowns and dragon robes to antiques, ceramics, Buddha statues and so on. The landscaping with the exhibits is also eye-opening. In order to collect the man-made caves with Buddha statues, the rockeries and fountains are so exquisite, which are worth seeing.
I don't think it's a museum, it's a nice private collection, but it's probably a little monotonous, it's all one or two categories. It's not a lot of them.
The Oub Kham Museum is actually a private collection. The curator was a personal collector. He collected many precious Buddha statues, costumes, accessories and so on from northern Thailand, Myanmar, Laos and many cities in southern China. It has been established for more than 30 years and has been open to the outside world for 20 years. Entrance fee is 300 baht, still worth visiting, it is beautiful inside!
The Ukan Museum is located about a block from the Hotel Hug in De and is a great place to spend 90 minutes. Very helpful to anyone who wants to learn about the history and culture of northern Thailand, the guide's commentary was interesting and pointed out great details and included afternoon tea.
Oub Kham Museum ia a unique museum exhibiting Northern Thailand's tribal history with jewelry, costumes & sculpturesand also a big dragon maybe...
Oub Kham Museum. This private museum has an impressive collection of artifacts from the ancient Lanna kingdom of northern Thailand
The colorful collection, perfect protection system, beautiful overall architecture, attracts visitors to see.