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Ramkhamhaeng National Museum

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Ramkhamhaeng National Museum

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Jordan Mitchelle wrote a review Aug 2020
11 contributions6 helpful votes
The museum is just okay. There are a lot of artifacts from ancient Sukhotai and lots of Buddha statues, but not with a whole lot of explanation as to their place in history. One fascinating thing, however, was the history presented on the birth of the Thai alphabet. I read Thai, so I found the display where they showed the evolution of the Thai alphabet to be really awesome. I would normally give this place 3 stars, but I'm deducting 2 stars because of the racist pricing. You are charged more if you are white or any color that is non-Asian. Also, this place doesn't have air conditioning, which is a bit bothersome since, well, Thailand is hot.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Earleen H wrote a review Apr 2020
Jacksonville113 contributions19 helpful votes
Go to this Museum before you tour the Historical Park. You'll understand what you see at the park much better. The displays in the museum are well done and the explanations are in multiple languages. The history of the area, as well as the artifacts, is well presented.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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r0landbrunner wrote a review Feb 2020
Zurich, Switzerland1,530 contributions366 helpful votes
located close to the main entrance for the historic park, this museum has some few nice pieces on display. however, considering the 150 B entrance fee (compared to 100 for the historic site), I would rather go twice to the site then once here.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Ingeborg56 wrote a review Dec 2019
Oslo, Norway2,070 contributions513 helpful votes
We visited the museum after the visit to the historical parks, and it was very interesting to see both how it looked in the parks before they started to renovate the parks. Also, there are so many great items to have a closer look at. When we were there, there were lots of local school children visiting the museum.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Feenixwest wrote a review Dec 2019
1,475 contributions420 helpful votes
This museum is located on well landscaped grounds near the entry to Sukhothai Historical Park. Admission is 150B and we were requested to leave our day packs in free, keyed lockers. The museum was well organized on two floors with a central Buddha. Note that closing time is 1600/4 pm, which we hadn’t and therefore we only had 45 minutes. Worth more time than that.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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