Hilltribe Museum and Population and Community Development Education Centre

A handy trekking primer

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What we say: 3.5 stars



The Hill Tribe Museum is funded by famed Thai philanthropist Meechai's PDA and serves as a handy primer for anyone considering heading trekking from Chiang Rai. The museum includes a brief overview and photographic display covering some of the hill tribes you are more likely to visit. A lengthy opium exhibit featuring opium weights and other tit bits is also worth a browse. A slideshow is available upon request. You may have to wake up the attendant in order to pay your admission, which includes a complimentary drink at the Cabbages and Condoms restaurant on the ground floor.

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620/25 Thanalai Rd (3rd floor)
crpda@hotmail.com
Opening Hours: Daily 10:00-18:00
Last updated: 26th August, 2009

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