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“An Antique Thai House Worth Visiting”
Review of Nan Noble House

Nan Noble House
Reviewed 25 December 2017

If you are a fan of antiques and old furniture you will enjoy a visit to Nan Noble House. It is a two storey Thai style old teak house. On the ground level there is a lady demonstrating how cotton textiles are woven. The second floor layout is typical of a Thai residential house with living room,bedroom,kitchen etc. In each of the room the furnishings are like in the olden days.To access to the second floor a "voluntary" donation of BHT 20 per person is appreciated. As this is a small place,spending half an hour here is sufficient.

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Reviewed 7 December 2017 via mobile

An old time local house that open public to visitor. First floor showing weaving machine. Second floor showing local style rooms of Thai house. Guide is available for visitors.

Thank Miin W
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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.

Thank Tali H
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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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