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Hill Tribe Museum, Chiang Rai

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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2.9/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web
Learn about some of the world's swiftly disappearing traditional cultures at Hill Tribe Museum. Aimed at informing visitors about the region in the interest of promoting responsible tourism, the museum preserves the artifacts and customs of Thailand's hill dwelling peoples. Often the subject of misconceptions and persecution, the hill tribe cultures have also been threatened by forced relocation. Watch a 20-minute film before viewing further displays on subjects like the usage of bamboo in the villages and clothing. Take a moment to speak to the curators, who will eagerly share knowledge and advice with you. Put Hill Tribe Museum and other Chiang Rai attractions into our Chiang Rai trip builder, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • Museum people or tribes inhabiting the Thailand. Many household items and hunting, clothing and huts. It was boring.
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  • A visit costs only 50 Thai baht but more is also not worth it. The are two with dusty old objects. Very amateurish and the staff is disinterested.
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  • If re travelling around hard study and explore the folk smash dapot. Prepare snacks for the kids, because the kids wp10 will be displayed in the folk, such as singing, fun activities, and ตืน้ต้น very welcomed President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad head kana Moo Baan Chom vast chokwam is admirable, so were the piers of the blow, providing that the pipeline can be shared.
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  • Nice little museum that's worth visiting if you have the time and are in the area, but don't go out of your way for it. 50 baht entry. Information is in English, and is about the exploitation of the tribes for tourists, and there's an interesting section on opium. It all feels a bit dated but it's good to support what the centre is doing.
  • Tiny but interesting, you learn something about the northern ethnic groups. There is also a small Shop of handicrafts rather cute.
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