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The building is undoubtedly the highlight of this attraction. The potted history of local governors, the building's construction, and the short history of the boat procession in the rear building are quite interesting, though in desperate need of a decent copywriter for the English translation....More
The photos and reviews written are about two different buildings. One building is on the river. It is now a museum, but used to be the provincial governor's mansion. It is very interesting to learn about the fire boat processions, the various tribal / ethnic...More
A nice break from walking in the sun along the Mekong river. The museum offers a glimpse into the history of Nakhon Phanom. There is also a section explaining how the "Fire Boat" was constructed, which was very interesting to us cause we had just...More