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Oub Kham Museum

81/1, Military Front Road | Robwiang, Chiang Rai 57000, Thailand
+66 53 713 349
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81/1, Military Front Road | Robwiang, Chiang Rai 57000, Thailand
+66 53 713 349
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Reviewed 28 March 2017

Expensive entry fee according to Thai standard, but worth every cent. The museum is beautiful and the collection amazing. Even better, the ticket comes with a guided tour and tea session afterwards in a beautiful room. We enjoyed the visit a lot more than we...More

Thank ccheo
Reviewed 28 February 2017

There is an entrance fee but do not let this put you off, it is 200 baht for Thais and 300 baht for tourists. You do get a guided tour, this museum has amazing exhibits and will will come away with a good knowledge of...More

Thank Terry C
Reviewed 8 January 2017

I wanted to take my non-Thai husband and our two kids to visit this museum. My husband wanted to get the tickets ahead of the visit, returned empty-handed and told me why. Our (50% Thai) kids would have had to pay double (B200 instead of...More

19  Thank Laddawan S
Reviewed 29 December 2016

This place is expensive: 200 baht/Thai, 300 baht/Foreigners. However, that does include a personal guided tour. For someone not familiar with the ethnic groups in SE Asia and southern China the explanations could perhaps be confusing. Similarly, it would help to have a good understanding...More

Thank ayutthaya_guy
Reviewed 11 December 2016 via mobile

This place is wonderful. You get a wonder taste of northern Thailand people and culture and how it all intertwines with Laos, Cambodia etc It is a wonderful collection of history and pictures that is a must visit location if you are here.

Thank Will G
Reviewed 15 November 2016

The museum was just a small house with a small area around. It was full of precious collectibles in the world, though. Don't miss it.

Thank PJ-B13
Reviewed 25 October 2016 via mobile

We were not sure whether this place would be worth the entry fee but it surely was. We had a guide for our family and she spoke English reasonably well (much better than our Thai anyway). We learned a lot about Lanna Region, the numerous...More

Thank faulknerfamily2016
Reviewed 9 October 2016

Found this museum to be very enjoyable. The docent was very knowledgeable about the artifacts and history of the museum. Apparently the owner is an elderly gentleman who still resides somewhere on the property. He was a teacher and was concerned that not many people...More

Thank Mako13Man
Reviewed 18 July 2016

This private museum, owned by a rich Thai collector, and presented by fluent guides provides great insights and cultural treasures of the Lana culture of northeast Thailand. This museum was recommended to us by the hotel we were staying at and we're glad it was.

Thank Boise_Jax
Reviewed 20 April 2016

Another private museum. But unlike who established his boat museum in Ayuthaya through a lifetime of hard work, the founder of the Oub Kham Museum to have the money and leasure to travel and collect pieces for his museum from all over South-East Asia.The theme...More

Thank andreashall63
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