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A history about how guo ming tang people settlement this place

A good place to find out how last time how china people came here fight again gong zhang tang and... read more

Reviewed 3 January 2018
Forgotten history

For those interested in the history of this fascinating region, the hall and attached museum are a... read more

Reviewed 19 December 2016
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Mae Salong, Thailand
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Reviewed 3 January 2018

A good place to find out how last time how china people came here fight again gong zhang tang and also how they help thailand border war

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Reviewed 28 July 2017

I really enjoyed learning the history of the people who settled this area! it went into depth on the struggle for the people from china who escaped Mao's army and stayed waiting for the Taiwanese to come get them!

Thank Richard M
Reviewed 24 May 2017

เป็นสถานที่รำลึกถึงชาวจีนโพ้นทะเล ที่หนีภัยสงครามเข้ามาอยู่ในประเทศไทย และได้ร่วมกันต่อสู้กับกบฎในประเทศไทยร่วมกับฝ่ายรัฐบาล จนได้ชัยชนะ จากนั้นก็ได้อาศัยและตั้งรากฐานอยู่ที่นี่ตลอดมา เสียค่าเข้าชมคนละ 10 บาท อาคารสถานที่ สวยงาม เหมือนอยู่ที่ประเทศจีน ภายในมีนิทัศการ เล่าประวัติความเป้นมาให้ได้ชม การเดินทาง ต้องใช้รถยนต์ในการเข้าถึง หรือจะใช้บริการรถสาธารณะก็ได้ A place to commemorate the overseas Chinese. The war escaped into Thailand. And together with the rebels in Thailand together with the government to win and then lived and...More

Thank anuchart2015
Reviewed 9 April 2017

If at Doi Mae Salong, it is worth going to the Martyr's Memorial Hall and associated museum. The history of how the Chinese community arrived at this spot, and the intricate web of geopolitics involving Chinese, Burmese, Thais and Americans, is quite fascinating but there...More

Thank Andrew G
Reviewed 29 March 2017

The museum tells the history of the Chinese community of Mae Salong that left the Yunan province during the Mao & Chang Kai-Shek era and their exodus to northern Thailand where they settled finally in Mae Salong

Thank tasha166
Reviewed 19 March 2017

This museum/memorial hall is worth a visit. It provides a good history of Mae Salong and an explanation of the Chinese history of this town. It is a stop worth an hour of your time.

Thank Broder
Reviewed 30 December 2016 via mobile

Really enjoyed visiting this museum, and mae salong generally, as it was great to learn and almost forgotten and often untold piece of history. Totally worth paying 20 baht especially if you can read thai or chinese. Although there was some English background please note...More

Thank smoonbeam
Reviewed 19 December 2016

For those interested in the history of this fascinating region, the hall and attached museum are a wonderful way to learn more about the Chinese soldiers who settled in this region in the 1960s. Captions are (mostly) in Chinese and Thai with some English translations.

Thank GraniteStudio
Reviewed 10 November 2016

This is a great historical museum to learn about the stuggle of Kuomintang who escaped from China after the civil war. The hardship they went through all those years.

Thank totziens666
Reviewed 4 October 2016

This was a really interesting museum that documents an important part of mid-20th century history in Northern Thailand. Most of the artifacts are only described in Chinese and Thai so as an English speaking person it was difficult to see the whole picture. In one...More

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