How to get to Chiang Mai National Museum

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Teak wood decorated with mother of pearl and glass. Lanna art, late 15th - early 16th centuries. Restored by Phrachao Kawila; the first king of Chiang Mai in 1794. Presented by Wat Phra Singh Woramahaviharn.
About Chiang Mai National Museum

The National Museum of Chiang Mai, located off the city’s northern highway, exhibits artifacts dating back to the Changsang, Sukhothai, Lop Buri and Ayutthaya periods, including the most exquisite Buddha heads, as well as items from the ethnic minorities of northern Thailand.

The museum has a collection of ancient Buddha statues, artifacts and various weapons.

How to get there

Chang Phueak, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai 50300


The sixth exhibit of Social Life and Development shows the evolution of Lanna art. Interesting antiques of Thai art (Chiang Mai attractions), art of the Haripunchai period, which is a disciple of pottery, is estimated to be Buddhist century Buddha image, 17-18, Buddha image in surrender maraposa, bronze flesh Lanna art Buddhist century 19-20. Silver shirt of Chaokeonawarat the 9th King of Chiang Mai, replica of Buddhist century Lanna art, 21-23 made of metal.

Chiang Mang Temple Inscription This is a historical inscription built by the city of Chiang Mai. Perry Lipp guesses the face of the Buddha statue sliced in the Buddhist century Harihu guesses the art 17-18 wooden footprints Lanna art Buddhist century 24-25 Location: On the highway. (Chiang Mai-Lampang) near Wat Chet Yot, open to tourists daily from 09.00-16.00. Closed Monday and Tuesday for Splash Festival and New Year.

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Chiang Mai National Museum - Wikipedia

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