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“Interesting teak building”
Review of Nan Noble House

Nan Noble House
Reviewed 3 February 2017

Interesting demonstration of making local cotton thread, dying and weaving. The rooms in the house are laid out to give an impression of how people lived in traditional teak houses.

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Reviewed 21 October 2016

This is a large, rambling teak house in classic Northern Thai style set in a beautiful garden. Chao Fongkham was a descendant of Chao Anantaworarithidej, the 62nd Lord of Nan and the father of the last two Lords. The oldest parts of the house show planks formed by axe and knife, before large saws were available in Nan.

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Reviewed 19 August 2016

Well kept Thai house (owned by the family of the Nan Noble resort) which provides a fine example/insight in Thai living. Entrance is by donation (are buying their handicraft/textiles).

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Reviewed 10 July 2016 via mobile

I went here with the Tourist Trolley that takes you around the city. It's a very nice old teak house. And it's like a small museum. Woven fabrics and other small souveniers are for sale here.

Thank LarsJohnsson
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Reviewed 13 April 2016 via mobile

The property owener is a 4th generation decendant of the ruler, Nan Province. She is seated in picture. In her private museum, entrance is free of charge. She share with you her collection of artifacts and lifestyle items in the past 100 years old history of Nan Province. The vital treasure is collection of Buddhism scriptures in Lana language. There is a open house annexed to the Museum where retirees are active in Buddhist art. Inside the museum, a small shop where you can buy souvenir at reasonable price.
You must not miss the museum if you wish to learn history of Thailand.

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