The Lost Heavens tribal and primitive art gallery opened in 1988 with a little shop at the Night Bazaar. The company has now ... More
The Lost Heavens tribal and primitive art gallery opened in 1988 with a little shop at the Night Bazaar. The company has now expanded and opened a gallery, which showcases many items of traditional and ceremonial importance belonging to the hill-tribe people. The collection focuses on the Yao people, who were originally from southern China. One fascinating educational display contains a selection of religious objects and textiles from these folks. The gallery aims to create better awareness of Thailand's hill tribes.
I went there few times, last week i went again, and i met a new staff i beleive. Sh eios very root to me. I didn't know her name, but she looks like Chinese, skinny, white and long hair. I wanted to talk to the owner, but she didn't let me..
I purchased a small Buddha in clay I noticed when visiting this shop last August, apparently it was sent by regular mail with no prior warning and then it just got lost, the owner does not reply to any of my emails asking urgently for postal reference, nor does the employee; very bad experience
This simple hotel is conveniently located close to the Mae Ping River, the Night Bazaar and Warorot Market . Most
attractions within the city are easily accessible by foot or a short tuk tuk ride. Although the facilities are ...
Thai artists display their creations here, which range from traditional to contemporary art. Also on display and for sale are
designer ceramics, celadon, textiles and glass items, many of which are beautifully designed. The Gallery is located opposite Regent ...
This is one main gates to the old city of Chiang Mai, and a major landmark as well. Each corner
and each main gate of the old city faces the eight main points of the compass, with one extra ...