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Left the hotel 8.30am, stood on street a songthaew stopped. Nice guy we had Nancy Chandler map(fab) showed him where we wanted to go. Interesting ride to museum. Lovely peaceful area. He said he would wait for us. Walked through the mock village huts quite...More
A little north beyond the super highway a road turns west to the museum dedicated to the hill tribes. Three stories high, at the edge of a large pond, with restaurants lining the banks, it is commonly known as the Hill Tribe Museum. Yet signs...More
The museum is free to visit, however, if you feel you want to donate a small sum, there is a donation box, and they are very appreciative of anything you give. I found the exhibits very informative. I had no idea there were several different...More
I visited both the Lanna Cultural Center and the Tribal Museum while I was in Chiang Mai and I think the Tribal Museum was far more informative. You start out watching a fifteen minute video that covers some basic facts about the Hill Tribes of...More
This is not a review but to let other visitors know that it is closed and will open next month. It's out of the way and you'll just get disappointed just like me to arrive there and be told it's closed. Also, make sure you...More
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Hi Michael, I'm sorry but I don't remember how much it cost to get in to the museum. I'm sure it must have been reasonable, because if it had been expensive then I probably would have been more likely to remember it, sorry... More
Hi Michael, I'm sorry but I don't remember how much it cost to get in to the museum. I'm sure it must have been reasonable, because if it had been expensive then I probably would have been more likely to remember it, sorry I can't be more helpful. Nice little museum though, I'm sure you will enjoy it.