Lower North-eastern Cultural Centre

Lower North-eastern Cultural Centre
Lower North-eastern Cultural Centre in Buriram

Located in the Buriram Rajabhat Institute, this archaeological, historical and arts study centre was built as a museum for arts and artifacts and to protect and preserve the unique culture of Lower Isaan. Exhibits at the centre include the culture of the Suai people with tools used to capture elephants, items used in elephant rituals and photos of elephant corralling in the old days, local woven clothes, a wall mural about the Twelve Month Ceremony of the people in the Northeast, and pottery and Chinese ceramics found in the province. Families and couples will enjoy the exhibits.

comments powered by Disqus

More in Go

Prasat Hin Phanom Rung

Prasat Hin Phanom Rung

Located atop an extinct volcano, this ancient temple dedicated to the Hindu God Shiva is...
Prasat Muang Tam

Prasat Muang Tam

Close to Phanom Rung, this is another Khmer temple built in the early 11th century and...
Wat Khao Angkhan

Wat Khao Angkhan

Another popular tourist attraction in Buriram, Wat Khao Angkhan, just 20 kilometres from...
Khao Kradong Forest Park

Khao Kradong Forest Park

Only six kilometres from the city, this extinct volcano that rises 265 meters high, was previously...
Lower North-eastern Cultural Centr

Lower North-eastern Cultural Centr

Located in the Buriram Rajabhat Institute, this archaeological...
Go to Top