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Wat Gate Museum - The temple museum is an interesting collection of relics introducing one to the local political and economic history.
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Wat Gate MuseumTemple museums provide an insight enabling us to explore architectural and religious history of a temple. But Wat Gate, another temple museum located in Chiang Mai is more than that. It introduces the visitors to the political and economic history of the country. Life of common people in the bygone era is showcased in the museum.

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Intriguing assemblage of artefacts culled from the temple compound is produced in the museum. Among the displays, the most interesting are hundreds of old photographs harking back to the days when the westerners commenced trading with Chiang Mai. Images of objects like markets, boats and even criminal proceedings are present. The museum also makes clear how the temples acquired new look when Thailand was under Burmese rule.

Most temples wore a deserted look during the time of Burmese occupation. for the people had abandoned them. It was only after the Burmese departure that they regained their old look. When Thailand became popular among the tourists, and the visitors expressed interest in the cultural and historical heritage of Thailand, the glory of the temples was revisited them.

Old Siamese 'White Elephant' flags are also kept in the museum. These inculcate interest in the lovers of Thai history. Another prime attraction are old phonograph records.