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Review of M.C. Sittiporn Kriddakorn Musuem
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 26 มีนาคม 2555 16:25 น.

To many people the name “Bang Berd” sounds familiar. This is because it was the name of a favorite watermelon variety. The Bang Berd watermelon was a large-size one and very delicious – sweet and crispy. This variety gradually disappeared, so faded the name Bang Berd. To learn more about Bang Berd watermelon and its history, one must visit the museum house of Mom Chao (or Prince) Sittiporn Kriddakorn at the Sittiporn Kriddakorn Research Station in Tambon Bang Berd,
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Museum of Mondop Phra Kru Sathaporn Phuthamon
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 26 มีนาคม 2555 15:12 น.

The museum is located in the grounds of Weruwanaram Temple in Bang Lane District, Nakhon Pathom Province. Its exhibits are the auspicious objects and amulets collected by Luang Por Samniang. He was respected for his knowledge of the Buddha’s virtues. He was also well-recognized in the field of supernatural art. It was believed that he could use his benevolence and will power to cure the sick.
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Review of Ban Khok Phutsa
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 26 มีนาคม 2555 13:58 น.

Around the years 1996-1997 a number of Khok Phutsa locals formed a group to produce hand-polished rice by having the grains milled in the traditional way. Their intention was to promote the coarse, half-polished rice as a special product of the village. The traditional rice mill was capable of milling about 1kwian of grains (kwian – measure for paddy, equal to 16 pints), and then was discarded as useless, with the result that in the village there were many mills like this lying about.
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Review พิพิธภัณฑ์พื้นบ้านเมืองไชยา
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 13 กุมภาพันธ์ 2555 12:04 น.

Chaiya was an ancient port city from the 8th to the14th centuries. Archeologists assume from ancient ruins and artifacts that it was the capital of Srivijaya Kingdom. It is also believed that the place was the location of Phra Wiang City, hence deriving the name of Wat Wiang, an important ancient temple of the district.
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Review หอวัฒนธรรมบ้านละไม
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 13 กุมภาพันธ์ 2555 12:03 น.

The Ban Lamai Cultural Hall in Lamai Temple, Samui Island, Surat Thani Province, was established in 1986 with support from the Office of the National Cultural Committee (ONCC). The Centre is a place where old utensils and houseware, telling stories of the old life modes of the Samui local folks of the distant past, are collected.
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Review พิพิธภัณฑ์วัดเขาสุวรรณประดิษฐ์
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 13 กุมภาพันธ์ 2555 12:03 น.

The temple is located on the top of a hill and houses the base of a pagoda containing Buddha’s relics derived from Wat Phra Kiat in Hot District of Chiang Mai. It was built in 1982 by Venerable Suwanpraditkarn or Luang Phoh Joy.
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Review พิพิธภัณฑ์ปลาหิน
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 13 กุมภาพันธ์ 2555 12:03 น.

The museum was established with the craftsmanship and perseverance of Uncle Kitti Sin-udom, who has exquisitely crafted stones into fishes and other marine life. Uncle Kitti was a former fisherman and fish farmer.
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Review พิพิธภัณฑสถานแห่งชาติ ถลาง
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 13 กุมภาพันธ์ 2555 12:02 น.

Displays illustrate the prehistory of the Andaman Coast, Indian influenced art of the southern peninsula, folk art and ethnology, the War of Thalang, and life of people of Phuket
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Review บ้านชินประชา
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 13 กุมภาพันธ์ 2555 12:01 น.

House No. 98, the Chin Pracha Residence, on Krabi Road in Phuket town, is the first Shino-Portuguese style house. It was built in 1903 by Phra Pitakchinpracha (Tanmasiang), a wealthy Phuket-born Chinese businessman whose father Luang Bumrungchinepratet or Tanniawyee had come to Thailand in 1854 from the Hokkien Region in China. Luang Bumrungchinepratet did tin-mining business in Phuket and also had some trade with Penang in Malaysia.
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Review ศูนย์อนุรักษ์มรดกท้องถิ่นกะทู้
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 13 กุมภาพันธ์ 2555 12:00 น.

The Kathu Local Heritage Preservation Centre was started from the Tin Museum of Kathu School. Khun Chaiyut Pinpradub, former member of the Cultural Association of Phuket, had come to realize, due to his interest in tin mining and the history of Phuket, that Thailand did not yet have a local tin mine museum. He proposed the idea that such a museum should be the job of the educational sector. In 1994, the schools, the Kathu District, the District Education Office, the Primary Education Office of Kathu, and several local experts joined hands in opening up the Tin Mine Museum.
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Review ศูนย์วัฒนธรรมชาวเลบ้านทุ่งหว้า
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 13 กุมภาพันธ์ 2555 11:58 น.

For more than 100 years in the Thung Wa Village in Tambon Kuk Kak, Takuapa District, Phangna Province, had lived the Moken sea gypsies. Most unfortunately the disastrous Tsunami in 2004 devastated the whole community, including lives, properties, houses, and the total 26-rai land they had occupied.
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Review พิพิธภัณฑ์เทพนารายณ์ภรณ์
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 13 กุมภาพันธ์ 2555 11:57 น.

The temple was formerly called Wat Nai Leh but it was changed to the present name because a Narayana idol (a Hindu god) was unearthed in the temple grounds in 1979. The idol was made of stone of a human size. It was of the Southern Indian Pallava art from around the 8th to 10th centuries. The idol was later housed at Thalang National Museum in Phuket and a replica is kept at the temple.
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