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  Hong Moon Mung Khon Kaen City Museum
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In Northeastern region of Thailand, Hong Moon Mung means a treasure hall. Therefore, Hong Moon Mung Khon Kaen City Museum is a treasure hall where the historical articles of Khon Kaen are preserved. Located by the Kaen Nakhon Lake in the town, the museum is the center for research and study where the historical information of Khon Kaen from past to present are separately exhibited in 5 zones after their contents, since prehistoric era until present. The exhibitions are presented through models and modern interactive media. 

Zone 1 : Introduction to Khon Kaen province

Zone 2 : History and Culture of Khon Kaen

Zone 3 : The founding of the city

Zone 4 : Towns and lifestyles of Khon Kaen people

Zone 5 : Khon Kaen Today.

Entrance fees are 10 baht for children, 20 baht for adult and 90 baht for foreigner. The museum opens daily, 12.00-20.00, except Mondays. For more information, contact Khon Kaen Municipality tel. 043-27 1-173, 043-224-031 ext. 1603, during office hours.

Facilities for the handicapped or the elderly are provided. 

Large area of parking is available in front of the museum. There is no parking space for the disabled.

Flooring is planned for wheelchair access. There are no steps inside the museum. 

Pathways for wheelchair access are provided in suitable width, material and slope level, along with a sign for the disabled. 

 


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