Drift through the ancient time while exploring Ban Chiang National Museum, which features artefacts of pre-historic human civilization dated back to 5,000 years ago in the area. Ban Chiang is a prehistoric village and burial site inhabited probably from about 1500 BC until about 300 AD. The site provides evidence of transition from Neolithic Age into the Bronze Age and the Iron Age. Participants can ride the tram to explore the village and attend a workshop to paint terra cotta jars in Ban Chiang style.
Visit Wat Chai Si, of which small century-old chapel is well adorned with mural of folk art. The mural depicts legends, folk tales, and lifestyle of people in Mekong basin, the most well preserved one in Thailand. Ban Sawathi, where the temple is located, can wonderfully conserve the community’s heritage and local tradition. Many famous bands of “Mor Lum” or “Isan traditional song” are originated here. They continue entertaining people until now. Join Bai Si Ceremony or Isan traditional welcome ceremony.