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Ubon Ratchathani National Museum

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Ubon Ratchathani National Museum

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318, Khuean Thani Road Nai Mueang subdistrict, Ubon Ratchathani 34000 Thailand
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Package 5day 4night Ubonratchathani and Pak Sae, Laos
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Package 5day 4night Ubonratchathani and Pak Sae, Laos

This a newly distribute tour to visitors that come to Thailand. In the Northeast side the places are very fresh and many cultures are awaiting for the visitors to come.
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Wolfee600 wrote a review Feb 2020
Singapore, Singapore662 contributions104 helpful votes
Cost for non Thai is 100 THB to visit. No problems with parking. Lots of pieces one display the pre-historic finds in the area. Worth the visit to understand the finds in the area. No AC but it is not too bad.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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255100Scotty68 wrote a review Aug 2019
Melbourne, Australia237 contributions60 helpful votes
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Wow really enjoyed looking around here, small but lovely, plenty of history and a beautiful old well maintained building.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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FMoz wrote a review Aug 2019
Southeast Asia4,013 contributions280 helpful votes
A provincial museum that has a few things but rather scattered. Fee for foreigners is 5 times that for Thais. For this reason only it should be avoided.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Instantcalmer wrote a review Jul 2019
Yasothon, Thailand896 contributions201 helpful votes
I had a few hours to fill 1n and Trip Advisor listed this museum with positive reviews. So glad I went. Firstly it's in a delightful building, the old city hall. There is a bilingual intro video and you walk around from room to room in chronological order from stone age to the C20. Ubon and Isaan have had a colourful past with the Khymers figuring prominently. Apparently the museum has the only sitting Shiva statue. The 9 planets sculpture from the C11 Thai Khymer period was fascinating.as was the lion guardian from the same period. Well worth a 1.5 to 2 hour visit.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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B J M wrote a review Jan 2019
Bangkok, Thailand16 contributions5 helpful votes
I had limited expectations upon visiting the museum having lived in Thailand for 24 years I am aware of the lack of support for the antiquities. However I was pleasantly surprised by this well presented and informative museum. Small and ‘quaint’ it has the feeling of a provincial museum but offers sufficient displays to make a visit a must. It’s like stepping back in time. Well done to all, particularly the staff who are obviously proud of their history and offer a welcoming smile to all!
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Date of experience: January 2019
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