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Why Chiang Mai Dollworks and Museum is special ?
Founded by Yutthaya Boonprakhong, a man who has spent six decades of his life producing dolls, this spacious doll house is a great place to immerse yourself with different type of dolls from cloth dolls to ceramic and skin toned porcelain with the proudly presented collection of hill tribe, Ramayana, ASEAN traditional attired dolls. The museum is located in the famous local handicraft town, San Pa Tong.
What to explore at Chiang Mai Dollworks and Museum?
The Museum comprises a collection of homemade dolls incorporated into charming displays. Visitors will find dolls in traditional costumes from around Thailand, as well as dolls from many other countries. The Dollworks is worth visiting, particularly for doll lovers and families with children. Furthermore, the charming dolls intricately handcrafted by local artisans make impressive souvenirs and collection items.
Handmade dolls with traditional costumes are on display at this museum. It's an attempt to promote the local artisans as well as the art of doll-making in Chiang Mai. Young visitors will love to see the display of colorful, glittering dolls on display here. As a souvenir or just an addition to a doll collection you can also pick up one from this museum.
How to get to Chiang Mai Dollworks and Museum?
Take Chiang Mai - San Pa Tong Road, and turn left at km 23. Continue along Ban Rai Road for 5 km.
- A Great place for family with children
- Excellent experience for a hand-made doll
- The brightest, most stunning and extensive doll collection in Thailand
- One of the best museums in Thailand
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