Ban Chiang Museum
Ban Chiang Museum
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4.5
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Robert K
6 bidrag
jan. 2024 • Alene
Interesting museum for the most ancient archeological site in South East Asia. It shows very early crafting of copper tools and jewelry. And ofcourse the typical Ban Chiang Vases that were also used to bury dead infants.

There are different time periods dating back as far as 5600 years ago. It is a pity these people didn't leave any written records except their art.

Personally I feel the history of South East Asia is way older than earlier discovered, but that they had their fare shar of cataclysms (water/mud floods mostly). I feel the people may have resettled after a flood like this on man made mounds like the one discovered in Ban Chiang.

Phu Phra Bat Historical park is also highly recommended and a truely remarkable site.
Skrevet 24. januar 2024
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Raintree_Thailand
Bangkok, Thailand3 814 bidrag
mai 2022
I was mainly encouraged to visit the Ban Chiang Museum on the basis of it being a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is probably very interesting for those keenly into archeology and the complexities of evolving civilizations, but the museum interpretation of the significance of the site and excavations is rather bland and uninspiring. Unfortunately, many of the more interesting pots and artifacts on display were previously looted so historians have little idea of where they were originally located. Near the museum is a replica of the main excavation site, which was heavily damaged by floods more than a decade ago. The replica dig site is quite artificial. Usual Thai two-tier pricing is practised here, which is one place I especially disapprove of since the location is designated a World Heritage Site and therefore ought to be equitably accessible to all; the site presumably also obtained financial support from UNESCO and international donors, so there is little justification for higher entry fees for foreign visitors.
Skrevet 29. mai 2022
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Ágnes S
London, UK58 bidrag
apr. 2022 • Alene
I learnt a lot about the archaeological sites of this region. They showcase pottery that could have been created 5600 years ago. They also show the lifestyle of the prehistoric people and their potential illnesses. You can get some insight on how they date bones and pottery with technology. Very interesting exhibit.
Skrevet 30. april 2022
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Jeep
1 154 bidrag
sep. 2020
This archaeological site received UNESCO cultural world heritage. Its museum exhibits many antiques excavated from the site such as pottery with unique red spiral pattern, some tools (axes) and decorations (beads), skeleton of 3000 years old dog, etc. Some zones display their ways of life, while some zones imitate excavation site in 1975. Visitors may try to assemble a ruined antique (fake) pottery. Like playing 3 D jigsaw! Also, there are many souvenir shops in front of the museum that sell Ban Chiang pottery of many sizes (from keychain to jar).

Entrance fee was 30 baht for Thai and 150 baht for foreigner. The place is 1 hr driving from Udon thani city.
Skrevet 26. august 2021
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tle_thiti
Bangkok, Thailand1 769 bidrag
mar. 2021
ค่าเข้าสำหรับคนไทย 30 บาท
เป็นอีก 1 พิพิธภัณฑ์ในไทยที่จัดดี ดูแลดี เป็นระบบระเบียบ
และดูแลเป็นอย่างดี ของหลายๆชิ้นคืออยู่ในสภาพที่ดีและสมบูรณ์
Skrevet 10. mars 2021
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okt. 2019
I was one of the excavation team that worked at Ban Chiang in 1974-5. Anyone visiting the museum there should be aware of two important facts. The first is that most of the exhibits are looted. They have no cultural provenance. The second is that the dates presented in the museum labels are grossly misleading. This site's occupation dates from about 1500 BC. The Bronze Age began there in about 1000 BC and the Iron Age about 450 BC. The painted pots you see there are all late Iron Age, about 200 AD.
Look up the UNESCO website on this site and you will find the correct chronology.
Skrevet 6. september 2020
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gik15
Bangkok, Krung Thep, Thailand876 bidrag
jun. 2019
พิพิธภัณฑ์บ้านเชียง แสดงข้าวของเครื่องใช้ และเรื่องราวทางประวัติศาสตร์ มีที่จอดรถสะดวกสบาย มีอาคารหลายหลัง ควรมีเวลาเดินอย่างน้อยสัก 2 ชั่วโมง ด้านหน้าพิพิธภัณฑ์มีร้านขายของที่ระลึกพวกเครื่องปั้นดินเผาลายเอกลักษณ์ของบ้านเชียง
Skrevet 27. februar 2020
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Jantje
14 bidrag
feb. 2020 • Par
I'm very aware of the double pricing policy in Thailand but this museum beats the lot. They asked 150 bath for me and 30 bath for my wife. 150 bath won't make me poor, but a 500 % increase is a pure scandal. I told them to put their ancient pots in a place where the Thai sun doesn't shine!
I strongly suggest tourists to boycot this place!
Skrevet 24. februar 2020
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kuluski
Michigan43 bidrag
feb. 2020 • Venner
A grand and spacious UNESCO site and world class museum that recognizes the artistic and archeological history of the region. There are many lovely cultural displays of tools, artifacts, pottery vessels and shards; that detail the life of the early Thai people of this region.
Skrevet 20. februar 2020
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YacchanAmarone
Bangkok, Thailand31 029 bidrag
feb. 2020 • Par
行く機会を見つけるのが難しい世界遺産の1つがここ、バンチアン遺跡です。ウドンタニから車で訪れました。
5000年前〜2000年前頃の土器や人骨などが展示されています。ピラミッドが造られたり中国殷が栄えていた時代でしょうか。
展示の内容は盛り沢山ですし、英語、図表、模型などを使って分かり易く展示されていました。一つのテーマだけを取り上げた博物館にしては充実していたと思います。
ちなみにトイレがきれいでした。一回はこちらで用を足しておくべきでしょう。
このアクセス困難な世界遺産を訪れることが出来て満足しました。
Skrevet 16. februar 2020
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