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Worth the 50baht

This was a great way to spend an hour. It is amazing to see these old teak houses and how they were... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
SebastionSt
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Las Vegas, Nevada
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traditional luxury

This is an outstanding example of the kind of house used by wealthy teak traders in the heyday of... read more

Reviewed 28 May 2018
blackeaglejim
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Chiang Mai, Thailand
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85 Rathwattana Rd | Maung district, Lampang, Thailand
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This was a great way to spend an hour. It is amazing to see these old teak houses and how they were designed. I really enjoyed it. They could do more around education about the house and design.

Thank SebastionSt
Reviewed 28 May 2018

This is an outstanding example of the kind of house used by wealthy teak traders in the heyday of the teakwood business in the late 19th century. Built in 1895 by a Burmese Mon trader, the name means House of Many Pillars. Altogether 116 pillars...More

Thank blackeaglejim
Reviewed 19 April 2018

These were constructed by a Mon family,so an interesting blend of Thsi and Burmese,wood work and memoribilia.The black and white photos are enchanting,and apart from being black and white have aged well and stiil look vibrant. The furnishing have majesty ,obviously a rich family. Please...More

Thank WileyCoyote2
Reviewed 11 March 2018

Interesting visit to get an idea of a traditional Thai house...for the upper class. One needs an hour or less to go around. Visite intéressante pour se faire une idée d'une maison traditionnelle thaïe des classes aisées. Prévoyez 45 minutes à 1h pour visiter.

Thank Emilie G
Reviewed 1 January 2017 via mobile

The exterior is more impressive than the interior if you're not into old furniture and small bowls/lacquered items. Decent value for money as the admission fee (50 Baht) includes a cold drink (homemade iced tea when we visited) and some shade from the hot sun.

Thank Elma M
Reviewed 22 August 2016

The private museum is one of the attraction in Lam pang.Amazing Lanna Thai old wooden house with 116 pillars.Beautiful antique furniture & vintage Thai interior.

Thank khun a
Reviewed 29 April 2016

A beautiful old northern Thai residence. The main part of the house is full of relics and antiques of the area The area under on the ground floor acts as a dining hall

Thank jiminpgh
Reviewed 14 February 2016 via mobile

Located in a neighborhood of old wooden houses, this private museum offers an excellent glimpse into the Lampang of yesteryear.

1  Thank William T
Reviewed 8 November 2015

This is an old,(150 years), house and it is famous for the authentic nature and the preservation of a large amount of original features. The special interest is that it is supported on 150 Teak pillars and the entire house has sagged and bent over...More

2  Thank Gadfly2014
Reviewed 6 May 2015 via mobile

They have a couple of old style Thai house here. Like a museum both inside and outside. The inside is better than the outside in my opinion. Some really nice old style furnitures and other stuff. The outside could have done with some better restauration....More

2  Thank LarsJohnsson
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