The Savannakhet Dinosaur Museum, Savannakhet
(2.5/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • As the other reviews mention, it's small and quaint and in French. Despite this, if the curator is there and lets you hold bones and shows you the stuff out the back it makes it worth it. It would be ...  more »
  • You can touch bones that will make you go back to the time of the dinosaurs. impressive. The Director is an enthusiast.
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  • I had been seeing images of dinosaurs on everything relating to Savannakhet so I was curious to check out the museum. It was 10,000 kip/person and took about 15 minutes to walk through. There wasn't t...  more »
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  • It didn't seem to be open. Closed all the time.
  • Office of science and technology under the five-star savanakating's old town is the Dinosaur Museum. Admission was committed to 10000 keep in neat and Laos are poor English explanations. That exhibit the fossils of dinosaurs unearthed from Laos around the facility was originally built with the assistance of France. That surprised me, accepting women and Director of the initiative, was hitting the exhibits. Natural touch or try the remarks in Japan, enthusiastically encouraged or took out a fossil should not be touched. And very pleasant atmosphere. Up donated supplies to Japan's non-exhibits of fossils also showed in a separate room. From what I hear Toshi's of Japan and Fukui Dinosaur Museum will have a personal relationship with the person and the thing. And once in a while visit the Japanese visitors, learn it note words in. Sounds good! · Comment · 2
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