Sanam Chandra Palace.
A palace that King Rama VI wished to build as a retreat. It consists of four throne halls which are Bhiman Prathom, Abhirom Rudee, Vajari Romaya and Samakhe Mukkamart.
Open daily from 08.30 am – 4.00 pm. (ticket booth closes at 3:30 pm.)
Admission fee : 30 Baht for adults
10 Baht for children, monks, nuns, and students
50 Baht for foreigners.
Owl Art Museum
Collects artworks and designs that got inspired from owls. This museum
belongs to an associate professor Preecha Punklum, a teacher of Faculty of
Decorative Arts, Silpakorn University. The collections in this museum are from
Thailand and other countries in Asia, Europe, and United States.
Opening hours: Tuesday-Friday from 10.00 am. – 06.00 pm.
Weekend and holidays from 10.00 am. – 07.00 pm.
Closed on Mondays
Admission fee: 20 Baht for children
40 Baht for adults
This museum collects thousands of carved pieces of woods which belongs to
Mr. Narong Thewphaingam. Crafts are from Thai and Asian craftsmen. There
are also some 200-300 years antiques displaying in this museum.
Accommodation and Seminar hall are in service.
Open daily from 10.00 am – 05.00 pm.
Admission fee : 300 Baht for adults
100 Baht for children under 13 and 120 cm. height
650 Baht for foreigners
300 Baht for foreigner children.
For more information please visit www.woodlandmuangmai.com
Thai Human Imagery Museum
Thai Human Imagery Museum was inspired by a creator group led by
Duangkaew Pitayakornsil. He wanted to encourage, disseminate and preserve
traditional Thai culture which would be useful for youth to make wax figures in
Madame Tussaud style.
Opening hours: Monday-Friday from 09.00 am. – 05.00 pm.
Weekends and holidays from 08.30 am.- 6.00 pm.
Admission fee: 200 Baht for foreigners.
50 Baht for adults.
20 Baht for monks, nuns, and priests.
20 Baht for university students in uniform
10 Baht for school students in uniform.
10 Baht for children under 130 cm. height.
Special discount for seniors, disabled and disadvantaged people.