Lanna Woodcarving Art Museum in Chiang Mai, Thailand

100 pieces of 1,000 houses (hundred and thousands pieces of woods) or Lanna Woodcarving Art Museum (Ban Roi An Phan Yang Museum) is a private museum that collects woodcarvings. Most of which are teak each piece has been elaborately carved such as cassia wood carving Kruba Srivichai. Cassia wood is very hard. Poor sheep can damage tools. The sheep used this wood as a symbol that Kruba Srivichai fought. There is also a black Phaya opera carved wood. Which is a rare wood.

Open Hours: Daily from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Admission fee: Admission fee is 120 baht for Thai people. Students come to be a group of 50 baht each. Students come to be a group of 30 baht. Foreigners are 240 baht.

How to get there:

  • By car: In the area of ​​Hang Dong District Along the highway 108 Chiang Mai – San Pa Tong – Chom Thong. Between the 19-20 km. If coming from Chiang Mai will be on the left side road and from Chiang Mai Gate, there are many yellow buses passing through Thung Siao, Nong Tong, Chom Thong, Ban Kad, Makham Luang etc.

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