A huge Lanna-style house built in 1895 and supported by 116 square teak pillars, Baan Sao Nak was once owned by a local kun·yĭng (a title equivalent to ‘Lady’ in England); it now serves as a local museum. The entire house is furnished with mildly interesting Burmese and Thai antiques, but the structure itself and its manicured garden are the highlights.