We were taken here by our guide. It's described as a Folklore museum. It tells their story really well from dress to tools. It's interesting to look after all the silk cacoons and how silk is produced. You get to see boats, farming equipment, mother of pearl tapestry and even a bed. It's very easy to navigate and easy to understand. Because of the great artefacts it doesn't matter if you don't read the plaques or your guide doesn't explain you can work it out for yourself.
The view from the upper building windows give a lovely view over to the river.
The museum is basically in to old wooden buildings and are connected by a lovely court yards with lush plants and water features. This is where you will find the toilets.
I found this museum very interesting and definitely worth a visit.
Give yourself about 45 mins to look around.
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