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Lower Northeastern Cultural Centre

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Lower Northeastern Cultural Centre

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Buriram Rajabhat University, Jira Road Nai Mueang, Buriram Thailand
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The Sacred Sak Yant Tattoo Tour (Private & All-Inclusive)
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The Sacred Sak Yant Tattoo Tour (Private & All-Inclusive)

Sak Yant is a traditional ritual in Thailand that holds such cultural importance. On our Sacred Tattoo Tour you get to be a part of it! Experience the whole process - an offering, meeting the Master to discuss the process of the design creation, the tattoo making and the result.<br><br>And your deep-dive into Thai culture doesn’t stop there. You’ll also get to experience an authentic local market and ride in a famous tuk-tuk to the beautiful Wat Dhammamongkol. What an experience!<br><br>=<br><br>11:00 AM – Meet at Bang Chak MRT Station<br>11:30 AM –Gather your offering for the Tattoo Master at a Local Market<br>12:30 PM – Arrive at the Sak Yant Sacred Place and Meet the Tattoo Master<br>2:30 PM – Lunch time!<br>3:30 PM – Take a Tuk-Tuk to Wat Dhammamongkol<br>4:30 PM – Return back to the meeting point
$87.00 per adult
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D4VE88 wrote a review Jan 2016
Redbank Plains, Australia525 contributions48 helpful votes
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Very susprising & The displays are quite good. Well worth the time to learn about the local area. Not much in english, but we had a guide & my wife was able to translate.
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Date of experience: January 2016
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Rafflesia wrote a review Jan 2016
Bangkok, Thailand622 contributions233 helpful votes
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This Museum is very impressive and it tell the history of Buriram province culturally and geographically speaking. The history of its people and the history of the volcanos that appeared to have existed here. The museum is very interesting and you will have the opportunity to go back in time and learn a lot from what it is exposed. Many works were done by the students of the Buriram University , where the museum is installed. Also a great opportunity to visit the University itself and take knowledge of the facilities that exist in Thailand. All Thai Universities are high level standard.
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Date of experience: December 2015
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ASEAN-fan wrote a review Mar 2015
London, United Kingdom923 contributions94 helpful votes
If you want to see what an old museum looks like - check out this place. 30 minutes is probably all the time you need. On two floors it covers geology of the area, traditional housing and crafts, and other things Buriram.
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Date of experience: May 2014
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kerr52 wrote a review Jan 2015
Cairo15 contributions4 helpful votes
A small museum highlighting the Isan (north east Thailand) culture. There are no English explanations of the exhibits, but I did not find this to be problem. There are many well prepared dioramas displaying the homes and activities of earlier periods. After viewing these exhibits I was able to see pieces of the old within Buriram today. There were examples of early pottery and area textiles. I enjoyed the large topographical maps which helped me understand the elevation differences between this area of Thailand and the adjoining area of Cambodia and thus, why, even though both are extensive rice growing areas, they look distinctly different. These displays were also good for visualizing the extinct volcanos of the area. My 5 year-old grandson was totally engaged by the dioramas. I believe that it is only open on weekdays.
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Date of experience: January 2015
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