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Amphawa Chaipattana Nurak is located in Amphawa District, near Amphawa Floating Market. It is the royal project under the initiative of H.R.H Princess Mahachakri Sirindhorn. She assigned Chaipattana Foundation to make us...
A large portion of Ang Thong’s famed fired bricks are produced in these two areas, which includes over 40 factories. The high-quality construction material is popularly used within the Kingdom, for both structural ...
Pet Home Care, Animal Welfare Foundation in Kanchanaburi is a protective place for endangered, abandoned, and handicapped animals. It is run under Animal Welfare Foundation, which is for public charity. Pet Home Care hel...
The Art & Culture Gallery was established with an aim to promote and preserve Thai arts and culture. Located at the resource centre on Sanam Bin road, the Gallery is divided into 3 sections: an art gallery, a museum,...
Arts and Culture Centre of Nakhon Si Thammarat Rajabhat Institute is the centre of information on archaeological sites discovered in the province. On display are ancient local tools and utensils from the establishment of...
The Arts, Culture and Tourism Promotion Center is located in Thirawat Hospital. It offers information on Kalasin’s local arts and culture. Visitors can enjoy displays of the traditional way of life in Kalasin and t...
Baansuan Ceramic Lampang Province is very well-known for ceramic products, such as the bowls with a chicken pattern. In the beginning, there were only ceramics plates and bowls. At present, the ceramic production has be...
Her Majesty the Queen has initiated to set up Kut Na Kham Art and Crafts Centre in 1983 in Ban Kut Na Kham, Tambon Charoen Sin, Amphoe Chaoreon Sin. The centre is established to train craftsmanship for Isan people who ge...
The group produces rattan furniture and items of high quality, as well as beautifully woven clothes. Visitors are welcome to see the production process and purchase souvenirs. To get there, take the Loei-Tha Li road for ...
Located 24 kilometres away from the city, Ban Nai Thung is a Muslim-Thai fisherman village famous for colorful bird-shape cloth kites as well as birdcages.