The Oub Kham Museum is actually a private collection. The curator used to collect personal hobbies. From northern Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, and many cities in southern China, he collected many precious Buddha statues, clothing, ornaments and so on. It has a history of more than 30 years and has been open to the outside world for 20 years. Ticket 300 baht, or worth visiting, which is super beautiful!
Perhaps foreigners will be more interested, because it mainly introduces some Dai costume culture, which may be boring for Chinese people, but the commentator is still very hard, we are embarrassed to interrupt her, when we explain the differences between Bodhisattvas in various countries, we still hear interesting, the courtyard design is very distinctive, the photograph is still very good, the content is different from others.
The Wukan Museum is located about a block away from the Lide Hug Hotel. It's a good place to spend 90 minutes. It's very helpful for anyone who wants to know the history and culture of northern Thailand. The guide's explanation is very interesting and points out very good details. It also includes afternoon tea.
A private museum with Lanner architectural style. The museum exhibits the Royal Articles of the Lanna Dynasty collected by the owner over the years.
The museum is actually a private museum. Although the exhibits are not very rich, they are very helpful to understand the local culture and history.
Not far from the Black Temple, it was a private museum, and many of its collections provided insights into the history of the Nalan Kingdom.
Museum is worth seeing, although it is a private museum, but the product is very rich, can effectively understand the Nalan Dynasty.
Everything in the museum showing Royal articles is exquisite.