If you have extra time visit this place . You can see how they use opium . Look the story there also .
About Hall of Opium Museum
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I was stationed at a teaching position about an hour from here so decided to spend the money and time to go visit the museum based on the rave reviews both here and elsewhere. This included taxis there and back and a 200baht entrance fee....More
I visit this place with my friends in last March to see the history about Opium in the north of Thailand, Laos and Myanmar. Good place to visit and see how they solve problem of Opium from this area.
This museum left me with a bit of amixed feeling. Had higher expectations from the inetractivity that was promised. I must say i did learn a thing or two from the museum visit about how war and drugs are connected. I liked the way they...More
Though we had learned some history of the Opium War, read some articles about drug trafficking, here the Opium Museum explains well which countries and powers behind the dark trades.
This is a very polished museum, the journey into the exhibitions is a mind reset in it's own right. Having already visited Khun Sa's Camp and the Hilltribe Museum in Chiang Rai I was familiar with some of the material, but this took everything to...More
very nice museum, fille with lot of exhibition part, replica and maps explaining problems of opium and trade advantaages and importance for this area - you shouldn't miss
Well designed museum, like you are visting one of the famous attraction parks in the world. The plus is that it has a high educational value. What is opium, what was the initial purpose (medicinal) and what was and is eventually used for. How you...More
Unique, interesting, shocking, all describe this large modern visionary evil history lesson. I've been to many museums, mostly unwillingly. There are two in the world I would return to and this is one (the other is the "Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame" in Cleveland,...More
This is a fantastic museum. It is highly informative and well laid out. This was one of the best things we did while in the north of Thailand. If you like museums and enjoy reading in the museum, give yourself 2-3 hours. One criticism is...More