Pray for divine blessings at the various display of religious artefacts.
The complete collection of Tevarach Phothisat Jatukam Ramathep amulets.
A ship carved entirely from jade (the largest of its kind in Thailand.)
A collection of more than 800 die-cast model cars.
Take a journey through Dong Phaya Fai, a dry evergreen forest, and see
how this World Heritage Site looked back in 1956 (2499 B.E.) The artificial
landscape also features the Heo Suwat waterfall along with displays of
various species of animals which are now either endangered or extinct.
Opening Hours : 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday – Sunday With the last Guided Tour
at 4 p.m.
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Wat Chankapho is in Tambon Bang Toei, on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River,
six kilometres from the city hall. It was constructed by the Mons during the reign
of King Rama II and was called Wat Kwo, meaning Chankapho – Vatica diospyroides
Sym. - which for the Mons is an auspicious tree similar to the golden shower. Inside
the temple is a cultural hall collecting Mon objects d’art. There is also a project
to preserve the fish species in front of the temple. Besides, the temple is an important
ceremonial venue of the Pathum Thani locals such as Ok Hoi Pachu, Takhap Flag competition,
a ceremony offering food to 100 monks, etc.
The Supreme Artist Hall is located at Khlong (Canal) 5 in Khlong Luang district.
It is evident to the Thai People that His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej has taken
an active interest in all kinds of Art. His Majesty's accomplishments in the Arts
are witnessed and recognised worldwide. The three-story building is divided into
seven rooms : one for Administration, one for temporary exhibition, five for permanent
exhibition (two for the Supreme Artist, and three for 151 National Artists / since
1985-2003). The exhibition halls are equipped with modern mixed media; such as video,
multimedia computer, video CD, CD, Duratane picture, Diorama, Karaoke, photo sticker
box, slide multi-vision etc.
Open Tuesday-Sunday from 09.30 a.m. 4.00 p.m. For further information, please contact
: 66 2986 5020-4 or log on to www.culture.go.th/supreme/main.php for further details.