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The world's largest private collection of Buddha images. This museum is a part of the Foundation for the Promotion and Preservation of Thai Art. The museum houses more than 2,600 artifacts regarding the artistic history of Thai Buddha images ranging...more
Hours Today: 10:00 - 16:00
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Soi Nong-Mai-Kaen 19, Nong-Mai-Kaen Road | Nong-Mai-Kaen Rd., Bang Lamung 20150, Thailand
A very enjoyable way to learn the history of Buddhism. The museums guide was excellent and made every effort to explain the displays in a fun and interesting way. I can highly recommend the museum for a fun and educational experience
KrapomCu, Owner at The Museum of Buddhist Art Nongprue, responded to this reviewResponded 31 March 2016
Thank you very much for visiting our museum and I am glad that you had a great experience. I hope to see you and your friends again soon.
Dr. Kannapon Lopetcharat
Take note, this is very much off the beaten track and even the local taxi drivers have to ask for directions. A small but compact exhibition which is an amazing mixture of a labour of love and a dedicated documentry on the history and impact...More
Absolutely fantastic collection!
Totally unexpected, as had I imagined that it was just a gallery selling artworks - simply something else on the 'tour route'.
How very wrong!
We also had a guided tour provided by the owner's very knowledgeable and entertaining son, but on...More
We found this museum while looking for an orchid farm and what a wonderful surprise!! We had a personal tour from the collector's son and he was so knowledgeable and friendly. It is well laid out & we wish that we had more time to...More
Found this place by accident, (GPS 12.910347, 100.944277), while taking a short cut to avoid the traffic. What a great find. Only opened 8 weeks ago, the place is so well set out, it makes the visit a true pleasure. Many galleys,depicting the different ages...More