Sights in Luang Nam Tha Province
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The Luang Nam Tha Museum contains a collection of local anthropological artefacts, such as ethnic clothing, Khamu bronze drums, and ceramics. There are also a number of Buddha images and the usual display chronicling the Revolution.
One of the better examples of the latter architectural style has been restored to contain the Muang Sing Exhibitions Museum, also known as the Tribal Museum. Inside is a collection of cultural artefacts from the area. On display are fishing utensils, looms, cooking utensils, old gongs, bells, pottery, musical instruments, Lao-style Buddha images, local ethnic costumes and a Buddha votive. The house containing the exhibition was once occupied by a local prince named Phanya Sekong. Note that the opening hours aren’t always adhered to.