Jao Young Museum
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Opening days: Daily
Opening hours: 08.00 - 17.00
Jao Young Museum It was built in 1999 to honor the 50th anniversary of His Majesty the King's accession to the throne and to display and preserve Jao Yong's antiques.
To persist and bring about unity Jealousy in the ancestors of the young people's way of life for the next generation to come and study and explore the way of life and the unique identity of Jao Young in the past In which the museum has a display of utensils. and the tools of the Yong people's livelihood in the past, donated by the villagers and also a source for studying the history of Jao Yong in the past.
Papsa-Bai Lan Museum Constructed one year after the Jao Yong Museum was built, it houses the scattered palm leaf and papsa scriptures of Wat Pa Tan. lack of maintenance destroyed by rats Termites and deterioration over time.
The current abbot would like to present the knowledge about the way of life of the Yong people, a local indigenous group that lives mostly in Buak Khang Sub-district. therefore collected into categories.
Stored to be safe from destruction and has been put on display as a museum in the palm of the hand. Which immediately - Bailan that exists Age not less than 80 years old to more than a hundred years.
Most of the palm leaf scriptures record stories such as literary legends, Jataka, local history, chants, spells, herbal medicine texts, etc., to be displayed for future generations who are interested to visit. Learn and study for the sake of continuation. The unique local wisdom of the Yong people. You can visit us from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. every day.
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