Baan Pa Toom-Pa Tai Museum | Sakon Series 02

“Baan Pa Toom-Pa Tai” Museum is founded on the purpose to preserve the local wisdom in the Thai traditional textiles and the historical story between the Thai royal family and members of The SUPPORT Foundation. The museum is located at “Baan Nong Khae” village in Sakon Nakhon, one of the provinces in Northeastern Thailand. I…

008 : Ratchaburi National Museum

  Months ago, I had to go visit 4 national museums located in 4 regions of Thailand, one of them was Ratchaburi National Museum.     Most of national museums were revived from an old city hall of each province, so that there is an atmosphere and nostalgia feeling from the past. However, many provinces…

007 : Fabergé Museum

A small museum, ready to be discovered. Russia has been one of my always-wanted-to-go countries ever since I was young, because of several funny reasons like the Lomo Camera was invented here, and Russia was the originated place of the animation ‘Anastasia’ in 1997. I love this film so much that I could say it…

006 : BMW Museum

On wikipedia, it says The BMW Museum is an automobile museum of BMW history located near the Olympiapark in Munich, Germany. The museum was established in 1973, shortly after the Summer Olympics opened. Because the main city we stayed in this trip is Munich, my uncle who doesn’t require anything much along the way has requested…

005 : Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site

This spontaneous trip to Dachau was definitely never in the plan. But because of my uncle who sponsored me to Germany happen to be so into the World War history. He saw the advertisement of Dachau tour nearby our hotel. The price was reasonable and the tour doesn’t take much time while we could visit another town. So why not?…

004 : Residenz München

It’s been a while since the last post of my Germany trip (in June 2016) but finally I find the way back to record all the museums and interesting places I’ve visited during the trip. So here we go. After visiting Schloss Nymphenburg and the museum of carriages and sleighs in the morning. In afternoon of…

003 : Marstallmuseum

Can I just change my own words I said about this blog ‘I’m going to visit 100 museums in Thailand.’? Well, let say, ‘I’m going to visit 100 museums over the world!‘ and that’s because I just got back from Germany and Austria. I went to many interesting museums, took a lot of photos and desperately…

002 : Silpa Bhirasri Memorial National Museum

Just a few step away from the Grand Palace, across Na Phra Lan road, located one of the prestige universities and the first academy of fine arts in Thailand. Silpakorn University is the place where the museum I’m going to write about is located. The university was founded in 1943 by Italian-born Professor Corrado Feroci, who later known as Professor…

001 : Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles

*All photos in this post are copyright protected and are property of Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles*   The first place I’m going to write about is nonetheless where I currently work. Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles, as I told you from last post, I’m in charge of designing souvenirs here. In our museum shop,…

I will visit 100 museums in Thailand.

“I will visit 100 museums in Thailand.” “How many days, weeks, months or years do you think I’ll accomplish?” That was the conversation I talked to myself one evening after work. Currently I work at a museum, it wasn’t actually my kind of area, my former experiences related to art, design and fashion. However I ended up working…