I really enjoyed my visit here. I think it's just as nice as the Jim Thompson houses, but not as busy, and you are free to walk around yourself instead of taking a packed guide tour. The houses are well-preserved and it's fun to imagine how people lived in them years ago. Some of the displays on the ground level are lame and touristy - a seashell collection, a dusty rock collection that aren't even that pretty. But there's also some very old Thai pottery and jewelry that is interesting.
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