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This would be an impressive personal collection but a museum it does not make. The trip advisor system of stars is not really relevant as 5 stars in Laos is like negative 94 in New York. They have done the best with what they have...More
The museum isnt very large but they maximise the space they have. The guide was lovely and informative. The dinosaur bone collection isnt that large but there's plenty of interesting information about the history of the area. No one could tell us where it was...More
I am not sure if i know what is it inside will i go there or not. But i visited it and saw what is inside. Good for those who know something about dinosaurs and have good imagination. Not so much to look at and...More
I took my family here as I had heard it was well worth visiting - not because I was particularly interested in dinosaurs! Although difficult to find - or to try to explain it to a tuk tuk driver, it is worth spending some time...More
If you are looking for something to do for an extra 20-30 minutes this is the place. Lao and French with most of the items items - friendly staff - you can even touch some fossils if the staff opens the Do Not Open Drawer...More
We spent five to ten minutes exploring the only two rooms of the 'museum' while the half-dozen staff members chatted amongst themselves. A guide would have been useful, as most of the information was written in Lao and French. A little overpriced at 10K kip.
As or other reviews this tony museum only just big enough to accommodate the wonderful stuff they have - why oh why (I muttered to myself all the way around) didn't they at least translate the great French posters into Lao? English would be lovely...More