the chineses warriers from Xian and other chinese artifacts are worth visiting this museum and the nearby temples.
This is one of the most extraordinary place here. The founder was held in such regard by the Chinese Government that he was allowed to have items from the terracotta army in his exhibits on permanent loan. So if you have not seen the real thing you can see a scale model as well as some of the actual figures.... More
We visited this museum on one cloudy evening which accentuated the look of terracotta soldiers and shaolin monks court. I was really taken in surprise with the linings of these impressive statues. Would highly recommend for anyone visiting Pattaya to not miss this place
A museam dedicated the preserving good relations between Thailand and China...this place is amazing and full of religious and non-religious statues and artefacts (including some from the Chinese terracota army) Well worth a visit.
I have been several times with visitors. Friends and family have always enjoyed it. The main inside area is filled with many statues which are very similar. It is difficult to take in the overwhelming number of exhibits. The side rooms of royal furniture and the upstairs rooms of cultural and religious murals are more impressive. The outside areas,, especially... More
This is an amazing Chinese temple and museum. If you are at all interested in Buddhism, Chinese and Thai culture or Shaolin martial arts, I can recommend this place. The other reviews give more detail, but I'd like to add that I was just stunned by the beauty of it all when I walked in through the gate and there... More
Again this was very near our resort siamcourt in bangsaray.It took 10 minutes to reach and was amazing,we could not beleive that they hose a permenant display here of the terrocotta army,and some wonderfulartifacts ,well worth a visit
This is actually one of the best museums I have ever visited. Very interesting. A museum on the relation between Thailand and China and focus on Chinese art and religion. A huge selection of buddha images and other religios images and statues. You can even see warriors from the Terracotta Army from Xian, China here. Very unique. I visited with... More
This attraction is known locally in Pattaya as the Chinese Museum and is an accurate description of it. It's about 20 miles south of Pattaya and you turn off Sukumvit Road at the signs for Silverlake Winery and the Golden Buddha. You then turn left just before the site of the Golden Buddha. It is a haven of peace and... More
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