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The Phathammarong Museum is not only 'free' to go in, but it is well maintained and the caretaker I encountered was very helpful and offered genuine warmth. She spoke very highly of the former prime minister and his family. I regret I didn't catch her...More
a very small place, not really worth the time, no english explanation so i had no idea what this is. but a clean house to visit and can see some old stuff. can near the old town area so wont cost u too much time....More
It's the birthplace of one of Thailand's former Prime Minister. Was here for a visit while on the way to take the minvan back to hat yai. Unfortunately, everything is in Thai.. Perhaps the museum authorities can get the information translated to English so visitors...More
Hey travellers ,
Guys can try out this place for historical site . This house is their first prime minister's home where his mother delivered him at his home , this is one of the traditional home of them . Where the homes just the...More
A beautiful timber house owned by a high ranking government official, a tour guide who speaks English will guide visitors through the property, some nice vintage items are also on display.
Located here.. 7.202230, 100.590514
this museum used to be the residence of the 16th prime minister of Thailand. But now it is converted into a museum. it is an old traditional Malay House built on stilts. It is a wooden structure and they still have the furniture and pictures...More