Thai-Yuan Cultural Conservation Center

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Over 80% of the villagers in Samo Khae Subdistrict belongs to the Thai-Yuan ethnicity who have migrated from Ratchaburi province to Phitsanulok more than a hundred years ago. However, they still preserve the traditions and cultures of the Thai-Yuan community, with the heart of the village situated at the Thai-Yuan Cultural Conservation Center where visitors can learn about their local wisdom, their skills in weaving textile, and their cuisine as a way to pass on the unique identity of the Thai-Yuan people to future generations.

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MICE Activities

  • Learn about the community’s history, culture, language, and textile weaving methods
  • Learn how to cook Thai-Yuan food such as banana stalk curry, stir-fry taro, and dessert made from mung bean starch
  • Make flower decorations as the dok khem is a symbol of love and harmony in the community

MICE Checklists

  • Fits 30 pax
  • Suitable for M
  • Meetings can be held at the multipurpose pavilion

Nearby Attractions

  • Wat Samo Khae
  • Phitsanulok University
  • Bungratchanok Public Park

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