Artifacts, History and Culture in Northeast Thailand Thailand

Thai So Exhibition, Amhor Kusuman, Sakon Nakhon, Thailand

The Thai So people inhabited and area near Amphor Kusumam into the early 1900s. Amongst other oddities they had there own alphabet. There are plenty of artifacts at the Museum which is open daily,…Continue reading

Bang Chiang,World Heritage Site,Udon Thani,Thailand

The World Heritage Site Museum is closed Mondays. Sawadee says Opening Hours: Daily from 09.00 am – 04.00 pm. Admission: 150 Baht for foreigners and 30 Baht for Thai citizen and Tourism…Continue reading

Antiques and Artifacts Old and Not So Old in Udon Thani,Thailand

lek charoen hailai reads the sign in Thai, using Isaan dialect words, which won’t make much difference to you. You can find the location by looking at the album in Picasa or by going to my Udon Thani…Continue reading

The Sirindhorn lsan Information Center,Mahasarakham University,Thailand

Isan or Northeastern Thailand, was once a prosperous land with a long history of civilization and cultural heritage. Isan heritage has been transmitted from generation to generation in many…Continue reading

Hunting for Perfect Pot in Isaan,Northeast Thailand

I first started looking for pottery sites about five years ago, This from a letter by me…I ended up in touch with Leeedom Lefferts and coincidentally with Louise Cort both of the Sackler Gallery…Continue reading

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