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Suwan Sorat Rangsan Local Museum
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 19 ธันวาคม 2556 09:30 น.

The display area of this museum is the open space under the 45-year-old elevated sermon hall of Wat Suwan Chedi in Maharaj District, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province. While the hall was being constructed, some wooden pillars of the old ubosot (ordination hall) were brought in to be reused here as supports. Every single pillar was actually a very sturdy, whole tree trunk over 100 years old, that is as old as the ubosot itself.
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Local Wisdom Museum of Suan Sri Wittaya School
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 18 ธันวาคม 2556 16:38 น.

This local wisdom museum owed its existence to the inspiration of Ajarn Kritsada. Over 20 years ago, he made several visits to a number of museums. He came back and raised this question: why wasn’t there in Lang Suan despite its long history, culture and tradition, a museum that would embody the people’s identity and their unique ways of life? Then came the year 1999, the special occasion of the 100th anniversary of Suan Sri Wittaya School.
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Review of Wat Sing Monastery Museum
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 16 ธันวาคม 2556 09:38 น.

Wat Sing is an ancient monastery. It was mentioned in some Ayutthaya chronicles as being the principal temple of Mueang Sam Khok. This Ban Sam Khok area was many times the settlements of Mon immigrants over a long period of time. Wat Sing is believed to have been founded during the time of Ayutthaya King Borommatrailokanat or King Narai the Great, namely around 1659-1667(2202-2210 B.E.).
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Review of Mueang Phaniat Ancient City Museum, Wat Thong Tua
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 4 ธันวาคม 2556 16:58 น.

The name “Thong Tua” (meaning “gold all around”) could have derived from the story of legendary Queen Kawai who, while attempting to flee some enemies, intentionally scattered gold and jewelery ornaments all over the ground to divert the surrounding foes’ attention. Wat Thong Tua’s original location, as goes another story, was 500 meters away from its present premises, and actually was in the area where old Wat Phaniat had stood back in Ayutthaya time.
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Review of Museum of Floral Culture
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 19 พฤศจิกายน 2556 10:15 น.

The Museum of Floral Culture was the brainchild of an internationally renowned Thai floral artist Khun Sakul Intakul. Located in a Colonial style residence, the house was built in the reign of King Rama VI, who granted permission to his royal guards to live in this residential area, now in Soi Ongkharak, Dusit District, Bangkok. The museum presents 6 display rooms.
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Review of Art and Culture Center of Valaya Alongkorn Rajabhat University
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 15 พฤศจิกายน 2556 16:41 น.

Valaya Alongkorn University is situated on 1,599 square wah land. This plot of land together with 15 residences were donated by Her Royal Highness Princess Valaya Alongkorn, Krom Luang Phetchaburi Rajsirindhorn, or the Princess Aunt of the present king, to be the campus of Phetchaburi Wittayalongkorn Teachers Training School.
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Review of Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy Museum (100th Anniversary Building)
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 12 พฤศจิกายน 2556 15:56 น.

The museum was officially opened on 5 August 2010 by Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn. This military museum in honor of King Chulachomklao or Rama V who had founded the Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy, also honors former Academy graduates who had served the country with distinction. The present premises are in the Academy grounds at Khao Cha-ngoke, Mueang District of Nakhon Nayok
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Review of Kamthieng House Museum
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 5 พฤศจิกายน 2556 14:51 น.

The Kamthieng House Museum is located in a prime business area of Bangkok. The museum is a cluster of traditional Lanna Thai houses which belong to the Nimmanhaeminda family. Its present location on bustling Sukhumvit Road, within the grounds of the Siam Society under royal patronage, has made the museum a well-known attraction among foreign tourists.
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Review of Streemandapitak School Museum
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 28 ตุลาคม 2556 14:00 น.

This folk museum was founded in 2009 with the support of sister Ubol Phangrak, who was a former director of Streemandapitak School. A Catholic school under the Catholic Education Commission of Thailand, Streemandapitak School is run by members of the Lovers of the Holy Cross of Chantaburi. The school enrolls students of Grade 1 to Grade 12. Its curriculum conforms to that of the Ministry of Education.
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Siyanuson School Museum
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 21 ตุลาคม 2556 14:45 น.

Founded in 1920, Siyanuson School in Chantaburi Province is a really old school. The name was given by King Rama VI in honor of his mother Queen Sripatcharin, Princess Consort of King Rama V. The school museum first presented its display in 1992, following the initiation of the Ministry of Education to promote school museums. In later time, the old museum building was demolished to make way for a new one which could accommodate more new students.
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Review of Local Museum of Wat Lek Thammakit School
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 16 ตุลาคม 2556 17:13 น.

The establishment of the museum was possible for 2 reasons. First, the school was already collecting things. Then, fortunately, a fund (or donation) for a proper museum building was available. The new museum was intended to be a learning center for school children. On 26 December 1996, Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn officially opened this local museum. The school, which has the museum in its compound,
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Review of Old Town Chantaboon Waterfront Learning Center
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 10 ตุลาคม 2556 16:45 น.

Ban Ta Luang is an old riverine community on the west bank of the Chantaburi river. Most houses and shops here were built in King Rama V’s time. These very old rowhouses are notable for their delicate, ornate carved wood pieces decorating window and door panes and corners. Some “gingerbread” houses are also seen among them. This was the influence of some Westerners who were engaged in trade with Chantaburi people at that time.
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