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Chiang Saen National Museum

Chiang Saen National Museum

What to see from Chiang Saen National Museum ?

The Chiang Saen National Museum was established in 1957 as a centre of art and archaeological objects found at Chiang Saen and its surrounding. At the beginning, the old Sala of Wat Chedi Luang was used as the museum until 1981, when the museum was allocated a budget to complete the building as planned.

Chiang Saen National Museum, exhibits artifacts excavated locally including a well-known Chiang Saen-style bronze Buddha image and Lanna Thai artifacts.This museum located in old town Chiang Saen.

Inscription stones from Phayao and Chiang Saen itself can be found in the museum. In addition, there are exhibitions of indigenous art objects of the Thai Yai, Thai Lu and other hill tribes. These items include musical instruments, ornaments and opium-smoking accessories.

The exhibit can be divided into 3 sections:

First Section presents: The location and history of settlement at Chiang Saen, Stucco from Wat Pa Sak, Lanna Buddha images in Chiang Saen style, Stone inscriptions, northern Thai ceramics in Chiang Rai and other related ceramics.

Second Section presents: Important monuments in Chiang Saen and excavation and renovation of ancient monuments in Chiang Saen and also its surrounding area.

Third Section presents: The Mekong River, religious objects, folk art of the northern minority groups in Chiang Rai, such as Tai Yuan, Tai Yai, Tai Lue and various hilltribes.

The museum is open on Wednesdays through Sundays from 9.00a.m. to 4.00p.m., except on national holidays.

Admission Fee: 30.- Baht

National Museum, Chiang Saen
702 Phahonyothin Road, Chiang Saen District
Chiang Rai 57150 Thailand

Tel. (6653) 777-102, 650-723
Fax: (6653) 650-723






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