Thailand

Muang Boran

This open air museum gives a survey of Thai architecture through the ages with replicas and originals of buildings from every era and style.

Muang Boran Thai After Time

Created by Thai millionaire Khun Lek Viriyaphant, Muang Boran, is a huge open air museum, with 115 buildings spread out over 240 acres. Thailand’s historic sites are dotted around the country, so Viriyaphant created replicas of some of the most important, allowing visitors to experience the country’s key landmarks. Here you can see the Rattanakosin era Dusit Maha Prasat Palace (which is in the Grand Palace in Bangkok), the Noen Prasat of Sukhothai era Wat Mahathat, and the Ayutthaya empire’s Sanphet Prasat Palace (which was destroyed during the Burmese invasion in 1767, but rebuilt according to ancient records), without having to travel hours to reach them. There’s even an active floating market where you can purchase souvenirs or traditional food. While it’s possible to walk the park, we’d recommend renting a bicycle to make your visit even more pleasant! For more information, please visit http://ancientcitygroup.net

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