#National Museum of Royal Barge

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National Museum of Royal Barges
The Royal Barge Procession is one of the most spectacular events in the world. It is performed occasionally during the Tod Kathin Buddhist Festival when H.M. The King delivers new robes to the monks at Wat Arun. It was also seen by millions of...

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National Museum
A visit to the National Museum reveals the history of Thailand And how people lived during the different periods. It gives you a view through the windows of the past. The National Museum, located on the opposite side of Sanam Luang to The Grand...

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Erawan National Park
The national park is 65 kilometers from Kanchanaburi along Route 3199.

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Sawankhaworanayok National Museum
It is 38 kilometres from Sukhothai and 2 kilometres further on a road on the left. The museum was open in 1984, and features sculptural art from various periods; the most interesting being Sangkhalok crockery from the Sukhothai era and Sangkhlalok...

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Inburi National Museum
This museum is situated inside a temple called Wat Bot. It exhibits several old objects such as King Rama Vs palanquin, large shadow play figures, various styles of Phat Yot (monk ranking ecclesiastical fans), a Green Stone Buddha Image, and an...

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Tarutao National Park
Tarutao Marine National Park is the first marine national park of Thailand, which is known for its history and beautiful nature. It is in Andaman Sea, about 40 kilometres from downtown Satun.

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Thalang National Museum
Located near the Two Heroines Monument, the museum features a permanent exhibition of life in old Phuket and ancient artifacts and remains discovered on the coast as well as materials used during war with Burma (Myanmar). It is open daily except...