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Elephant Carving Museum

This is maybe not what most people would call a true museum but perhaps a living museum may be more true. It is a wood carving collective for lack of a better choice of word.


There is no entry fee and is a wonderful day in the country.


To visit Baan Jang Nak's

56/1 Moo 2, Tambon Buak Kang San Kamphaeng, Chiang Mai 50130, Thailand

Tel. & fax: 053 446 891



this will be extended soon!


Airplane Museum

Here the plane buff will find a collection of historical planes from the Royal Thai Air Force. As well as old crashes left behind by the Japanese in the area during WWII. It offers the chance to find out about the local military history in detail, particularly during the past century.

Tango Squadron Wing 41 maintains the air museum which located at the Chiang Mai Airport, in the the Royal Thai Air Force section.  If you wish to visit the museum advance permission is required. It is normally required to be a group of 4 or great before this permission is given.

Address: 10 Moo 3, T. Suthep, A. Muang, Chiang Mai, It is located at the air-force base.

Tel: 053 202 617, Mobile: +66 081 028 4663 (Kh. Weerachart),
Open: 9am - 4pm Mon-Fri,
Entrance fee: Free.


lamphun-wat phra that hariphunchai-01     
       ited in mid-town, Wat Phra That Hariphunchai was built during the reign of King Arthitayarat, a descendant of Queen Chamthewi some 800 years ago.A principal landmark is the 46-metre tall golden Chedi which contains a hair of the Lord Buddha, having nine-tiered umbrella, made of gold weighing approximately 6,498.75 grams...

Chiang Rai

      on the bank of the Kok River within town area, contains what is believed to be the oldest Holy Relic even before King Mengrai built Chiang Rai. Doi Chom Thong has been a sacred site for aextremely long time. The site was surely reverenced as the home of local spirits before Buddhism arrived in the area.

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