25 Museums to explore in Thailand
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Thai-Chinese Cultural Centre is an institution to preserve the art, culture, lifestyle, and philosophical principles of the ancestors of today's Udon Thani Thai-Chinese community.
Erawan Museum Bangkok covers 3 levels representing the underworld, human earth, and heaven. Just about every part of the museum displays rare eastern antiques, religious iconography, and psychedelic décor. It also occupies a massive 3-headed elephant statue that stands an equally gargantuan pedestal.
Erawan Museum in Samut Prakan near Bangkok is a striking monument, not to be confused with the famous Erawan Shrine in downtown Bangkok. This gigantic three-headed elephant built on a pedestal stands 44 metres above one side of the expressway.The Erawan Museum was designed and built in 2003 by Lek Viriyaphant, a rich businessman who also designed the famous ‘Sanctuary of Truth’.
This is a memorial extolling the heroic deeds of Thai ancestors who used their intellect, ability, flesh and blood, as well as their life to protect this motherland. It is also a museum providing knowledge on Thai history and major Thai battles and so more.
Udon Thani Museum is an important historical attraction of Udon Thani since it gathers the history of Udon Thani inside. The museum exhibiting the cultural heritage, history, archeology, art, and tradition, including lifestyle of Udon Thani people from the past to the present.