The Noble House

   
Nan
(4)
Start : $0.00
Recommended duration : 0 hr 40 min

Opening Hours

- Opening Days : Wednesday - Sunday.

- Opening Hours : 09.00 - 17.00.


Description

- The Noble House is the home of Chao Fong Kham, whose lineage of Chao Ananta Worarithidet, the 62th ruler of Nan.  

- The Noble House is over 200 years old. It made from teak wood and high basement like ancient Lanna style. The roof is gabled with clay tiles. Consists of 4 houses, divided into various rooms, bedrooms, living rooms, kitchens, all connected by patios and corridors. The stairs is in front of the house having the roof covering. Teak wood is used from cutting and rehearsing with axes and knives. Assembling the house uses a method of drilling wood and entering the wood using wooden latches. 

- The Noble House had been prized the Conservation Building Award, outstanding architecture Housing type(Khum Chao) in 2012 from the Association of Siamese Architects.

- The upper floor is a residence and local museums. Showing the way of life in the past and Valuable ancient items such as silverware and woven fabrics, etc. In addition, it is a living local museum which is part of the conservation of the cultural heritage of the Nan people such as local  weaving.

Credit : https://db.sac.or.th/museum/museum-detail/716


Maps

The Noble House
Nan
(4)
   
Recommended duration : 40 min
Start : $ 0.00
Opening Hours

- Opening Days : Wednesday - Sunday.

- Opening Hours : 09.00 - 17.00.

Description

- The Noble House is the home of Chao Fong Kham, whose lineage of Chao Ananta Worarithidet, the 62th ruler of Nan.  

- The Noble House is over 200 years old. It made from teak wood and high basement like ancient Lanna style. The roof is gabled with clay tiles. Consists of 4 houses, divided into various rooms, bedrooms, living rooms, kitchens, all connected by patios and corridors. The stairs is in front of the house having the roof covering. Teak wood is used from cutting and rehearsing with axes and knives. Assembling the house uses a method of drilling wood and entering the wood using wooden latches. 

- The Noble House had been prized the Conservation Building Award, outstanding architecture Housing type(Khum Chao) in 2012 from the Association of Siamese Architects.

- The upper floor is a residence and local museums. Showing the way of life in the past and Valuable ancient items such as silverware and woven fabrics, etc. In addition, it is a living local museum which is part of the conservation of the cultural heritage of the Nan people such as local  weaving.

Credit : https://db.sac.or.th/museum/museum-detail/716

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