The Black Temple is not a temple, its creator is the famous Thawan Duchanee artist in Thailand. His paintings are very famous and valuable in the local area. But he did not stop there. He built a huge garden-style Museum in Qinglai, which is composed of many log-structured Thai temple halls. The theme of the museum is hell and death. He spent his whole life collecting unthinkable exhibits about death and hell, including animal bones thousands of years ago, hunting tools of primitive peoples, various ancient tools, antiques and specimens, and using modern installation art to merge the exhibits into one piece of art. For example, giant seats made of buffalo horns; devil reliefs on ancient wooden boats; wind bells made of air-dried animal skins hanging in the air; giant temple-style exhibition hall with a central height of more than 10 meters, sunlight seeping through the doors and Thai-style wooden windows on both sides, can only illuminate one corner of the dark hall, leaving you with an idea of an infinite Hell in the remaining empty darkness. The museum is open to the public and free to visit without admission tickets. All buildings, exhibits and installation art are based on black, so everyone calls this place" Black Temple".