I found this a highly interesting museum. Whilst its exists to educate on the opium trade and how Thailand, Laos & Burma became a part of it, it's also a fascinating look at the tea trade, and how the trade triangles of Britain, Africa & America and Britain, Africa & Asia played a huge role in opium's rise. By the end it also looks at the problem of drugs in general and how they can destroy lives. Granted, it's not wholly riveting and might not keep the attention span of young children, but they combine text, photographs and videos to great effect, and I for one came out having learnt a lot that I didn't know before I went in.
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