King of Agriculture Museum

The Agricultural King's Exhibition is being held at the MADO Pavillion on Phahonyothin Road. Thanks to technological advancements.


The Ways of Water Museum

It demonstrates the critical nature of water sources to those who depend on them. This illustrates HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great's approach to water management through a range of water forms.


The Amazing Genetics Museum

A place to learn about various plant species and their genetics in order to assess their current and potential significance for environmental conservation. Conserve our natural resources by following the lead of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great and Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Srindhorn. The Amazing Genetics Museum was founded to honour HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn and to express gratitude for her unflinching efforts to advance the Plant Genetics Conservation Project 


The Forest Museum

Educate visitors about the environment and the importance of natural resource conservation through exhibits.


The Royal Ploughing Ceremony

A traditional ceremony to honors the bond between the King, the government, and the farmers and to emphasize the importance of agriculture in Thai society. In addition, to give moral support to the farmers who sustain the country. and to mark the beginning of the rice growing season of each year.


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Sufficiency Economy Market

The Sufficiency Economy Market is held on the first Saturday and Sunday of each month. At weekend markets, the Museum's network of agricultural farmers gathers to share their knowledge of self-sufficiency and agricultural innovation, as well as to sell their organic produce and wares. A sufficiency economy is built on the principles of cost reduction, income growth, and long-term happiness promotion. Organically grown food purchased at the market is safe to consume.


Special Event


Agriculture Promotion Initiative for Sufficiency Economy

    Agriculture courses have been established in accordance with the Ministry of Education's learning curriculum and government policy. It is intended to benefit students, private organizations, government agencies, and others with an interest in the subject. Participants in our agricultural learning courses not only acquire theoretical knowledge in the indoor museums but also have the opportunity to apply that knowledge in the outdoor museums. Understanding how to apply the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy (SEP) in practice relates to being self-sufficient in managing our land and water resources effectively. HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great was an environmentalist who contributed significantly to the conservation of our country's natural resources, environment, and plant genetic species.

    Two-hour, three-hour, and five-hour agricultural learning sessions are available. Additionally, overnight learning camps lasting two days and one night or three days and two nights are available.

Those interested in participating can download the application form.

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