Nakhon Si Thammarat Musuem

 Whenever we visit a new city or province, one place that I would always like to see is the museum. Aside from most of the museums giving ‘free entrances’, one can also learn a lot about the city’s history and culture.

The following photos are taken from the city museum of Nakhon Si Thammarat. It’s not a very big museum but I was impressed as to how they creatively ‘told’ their city’s history.

 

Upper L-R : The miniature classroom with the teacher explaining about Thai education; The dark room is actually a ‘ship’ which rocks back and forth (simulating a ship) as the movie is shown about the trading route. Lower L-R: the mini lake, with small boats which people used to sell things before; A Thai family during the olden times.

 

 

 

8 thoughts on “Nakhon Si Thammarat Musuem

  1. i enjoy museums, too. i love reading about the interesting things you find inside museums, and taking in new knowledge and information. thanks for sharing this. the boat ride sounds fun :)

    visiting you back for TT and WW. thanks for dropping by my blog and leaving a comment. hope to see you more around 😉

  2. Very interesting and informational! I think the portraiture-way of telling the history of the city makes it more interesting. I like the idea! Thanks for sharing.

    Visiting for the TT!

  3. Thank you for visiting and leaving a comment in my vacation to spain wish ^^

    This place looks like an interesting place to visit. I joined TT too but in another blog.

  4. thats great! i never been much to museums. my hubby find them boring. but i really love to go for my kids to learn the history and some cool facts. =)

    visiting from WW
    mine are White Structure and Fishy in the Tank

  5. agree ako sayo mommy..
    Visiting from WW#36
    My White Entry .Have a nice day!
    Inviting you to join Orange Tuesdays 34th edition still open till Saturday.

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