Thai Song Dam Centre

Free

Thai Song Dam or Lao Song is a group of minority people from Dien Bien Phu near the border between North Vietnam and Laos. They have migrated and settled down in Thailand for more than 200 years.

Thai Song Dam or Lao Song is a group of people from Dien Bien Phu near the border between North Vietnam and Laos. They migrated and settled down in Thailand (mainly in Phetchaburi) over 200 years ago.

The people have their own culture and traditions, language and writing system and they have considerable expertise in textile weaving and basketry.

The Centre houses a huge collection portraying the way of life of Lao Song people in olden days. It displays equipment and appliances used in their everyday life, an example of their housing, ancient scripts and a weaving demonstration.

The cultural centre opens daily from 0830-1700 and is free to enter. There are some costs incurred for group visits who, by prior arrangement, are going to watch the cultural shows.

We do not currently run a guided tour to this destination, but if you want to visit, check out our Private Charter rates for Khao Yoi.

As this is a free-to-enter destination, please do not try to make bookings through this website.  This page is for your information only to let you know what activities are available.

Here is what visitors to Thai Song Dam Centre have said on Trip Advisor.

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