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A modern exhibition portraying the role of the Mahidol family in improving the lives and livelihoods of the Thai people in all corners of the Kingdom through simple but effective works, and how their examples can inspire so many others.
We went there after visiting the Royal Villa and the Royal Garden which was beautiful. We went on to this Hall of Inspiration just because of the ticket included. Not much to see. We went down through the walkway and strolled along, lots of pictures...More
If you are making a trip of it from Chiang Rai (or wherever your holiday base is) to the Mae Fan Luang gardens or the Doi Tung Royal Villa this more recent addition to the royal estate is worth a visit. Basically it's about the...More
This attraction seems not to be very popular, we were the only ones there throughout our visit, which is strange, since it offers good presentation of a life and principles of royal family and their efforts to develop doi tung into something more than desperately...More
This is quite an amazing building, which houses a remarkable set of objects. A broad range of topics are covered by the exhibits and it gives a great deal to think about.
Excellent interactive activity towards the exit.
My favorite place in all Thailand and probably in south Asia !
Informations are incredible, the architecture is fabulous (I say This as a parisian girl !).
Moreover it's free ! Don't Miss that place. I feel nostalgic of French Monarchy when I see This...More
As you are visiting the Doi Tung area I do recommend to spend some time here in order to learn the history of each individual member of the Mahidol family of Thailand.
The history of the late Great King Rama IX and his Mother is...More
A good spot to learn about the royal family and the deeds they have done. I will leave it up to the individual visitors if those deeds were altruistic and out weigh the down sides of royalty. It did give me some insights about things...More
The Hall provides a fascinating history about the work and life of the King and his family and the development they have overseen particularly around this area of Thailand. Very modern styling, using video, photos and artefacts and some interactive facilities