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Review of The Royal Thai Dockyard Museum
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 9 ตุลาคม 2556 10:06 น.

As part of the commemorations of His Majesty the King’s 84th Birthday, the Royal Thai Dockyard Museum was opened officially on 25 August 2011. The display building is a magnificent one in the Victorian “gingerbread” style popular in King Rama V’s time. The museum is situated in the grounds of the Royal Dockyard, or the Naval Dockyard Department at present.
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Review of Lung Pradu Folk Museum (Thai Silk Learning Center)
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 3 กันยายน 2556 09:27 น.

It was our first visit to the village of Ban Lung Pradu in Huai Thalaeng District, Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Beneath an elevated house, in the open space we saw an elderly woman doing weaving. She was among a group of relatives and neighbors, all looking very friendly. We found out that as many as 3 generation members of her family could make silk fabrics. Ban Lung Pradu weavers use organic dyes,
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Review of Wat Po Sri Folk Museum
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 2 กันยายน 2556 10:20 น.

Wat Po Sri Folk Museum is housed on the ground floor of the monks’ quarters. The exhibits in two display rooms portray the past of the Thai Wiang people. The inner room features a silk corner – with some looms and weaving tools, models of men in traditional sarong and women wearing sin (both are tube-shaped lower garments), showcases for betel sets, bowls, footed trays, gongs, Buddha images, ancient chests, etc.
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Review of Wat Pariyat Phaisan Community Museum
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 28 สิงหาคม 2556 09:40 น.

This museum in Ban Pa-ngad village offers an exhibition on the local way of life, culture and tradition, and history of this community. Back to about 100 years ago, Mrs. Sing Saothonglang, a Khorat local, moved her family here from Ban Ta-nod village, 3 kilometers away. In 1893, they settled down and earned their living by doing rice farming.
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Review of Bunyaphirat Museum
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 26 สิงหาคม 2556 11:11 น.

The museum features collections of sacred Buddha amulets, talismans and fetishes, and most importantly the highly revered series of amulets created by Phra Kru Bhawanaphirat (Luang Pou Tim Issariko) of Wat Lahan Rai in Rayong Province. It was Khun Pianwit Jarusatit who accumulated the prized amulets which are now the museum’s exhibits. Khun Pianwit has great respect for the late guru monk.
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Review of Ban Fak – Ban Non Samran Folk Museum (Silk Cultural Village)
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 14 สิงหาคม 2556 14:19 น.

The silk weaving villages of Ban Fak and Ban Non Samran are in Sida District of Nakhon Ratchasima Province. These days, village women still engage themselves in doing their traditional or home industry of fabric weaving to help support their families. In the museum, or the weaving center, one can see a number of looms one after another and some local women busy weaving colorful patterned silk fabrics, which include the hang-krarok, the mudmee, and the khor tap chueak.
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Review of Ban Pak Phli Local Museum
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 13 สิงหาคม 2556 11:23 น.

This temple museum is situated in the monk quarters. A storage place before, it is now a rather secluded spot. This large kuti (monk’s cell) houses, in its open hall in the center, a large sitting Buddha. The smaller side chambers are the living quarters. On one side of the kuti is the museum, which is secured by a strong steel door. Further inside is a glass room with its door all locked up as a double barricade.
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Review of Mueang Dong Lakhon Cultural Exhibition Hall
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 8 สิงหาคม 2556 16:23 น.

The ancient city of Dong Lakhon dated to the time of the Dvaravati kingdom, when it was probably a river port on the India-China-Persia trade route. In the Rattanakosin time large numbers of Lao Puan, Lao Wiang, and Mon were forced to migrate into the area now known as Nakhon Nayok city and Pak Phli District. Their settlements in the area around the old earthen walls have become, at present, a community of fruit farmers.
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Review of Charoenrad U-thit Museum (Ban Na Kluea)
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 6 สิงหาคม 2556 10:39 น.

This school museum is situated in Mueang Pattaya 2 School (Charoenrad U-thit). The magnificent museum building, built in 1904 and opened officially in 2011, is a really striking one in old architectural style. Some time ago, it used to be a classroom building. The upper and lower floors on the verandah side were the principal’s office and teachers’ rooms.
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Review of Thai Island and Sea Natural History Museum
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 1 สิงหาคม 2556 15:40 น.

The Museum, standing on Khao Ma Jor hilltop, consists of 5 display buildings. All the buildings have large verandahs overlooking the beautiful sea and islands of Samae San. Along the road to the museum, visitors will pass the Chong Samae San fisherman village and will see a large arched gateway bearing the name of the museum. Next to this gateway a road sign points to “Naval Special Warfare Unit, Royal Thai Fleet.”
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Wat Punamron Community Museum
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 25 กรกฎาคม 2556 12:01 น.

Historical and archeological evidence found in Dan Chang District indicated that there had been an ancient Neolithic settlement in the area, around 4,000 years ago. However, traces of smelted ores dating to the Ayutthaya period also revealed that the settlement had been discontinued and neglected in ruins.What was left are only some old written records and stories told about the ancient tribes having lived here
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Review of Ban Kamnan Din
By: webmaster (513) | Date: 19 กรกฎาคม 2556 16:19 น.

Kamnan Din Chandsuwan, 83 (in 2013), is a well-to-do local and long-time Kamnan (head of a tambon/village) of Tambon Nong Sadao in Suphan Buri’s Samchuk District. He has held the kamnan position since he was 29 years old. Presently, he has been transferring one after another his businesses to his offsprings. These businesses include the timber trade, the beef cattle farm and the rice trade.
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