Nong Nooch Pattaya Tropical Garden Opens an Educational Buddha Museum
In a grand opening ceremony held on Monday, September 18, 2023, at 2:30 pm, Mr. Kamphon Tansajja, President of Nong Nooch Pattaya Park, welcomed esteemed guests including Rear Admiral Aniruth Sawadee, Deputy Chief of the Fleet Staff, Rear Admiral Athorn Chara Phinyo, Deputy Commander of the 1st Naval Region Police Lieutenant General Itthiphon Ronnachai Inthisan Amporn Phinasa, Secretary General of the Basic Education Commission, and Deputy Director of the Educational Service Area, as well as the Head of Provincial Police Region 2, prominent artists, celebrities, and other honored guests. The occasion marked the official opening of the Buddha Museum, an important learning center within Nong Nooch Garden Pattaya dedicated to the collection of Buddha images, coins, and sacred objects, some of which are over a thousand years old.
Mr. Kamphon Tansajja expressed the museum’s goal of attracting children, youth, and Buddhism enthusiasts to visit and explore the exhibits, fostering spiritual meditation and cultivating a strong and enlightened mind. The collection showcased in the museum is the result of Mr. Khomsan Chansuebsai’s dedicated efforts to amass various artifacts. These objects have been passed down through generations, with some dating back hundreds of years. Notably, the museum also acquired a Buddha amulet made of Noppakao mineral, weighing an impressive 40 kilograms, from Phra Yeyamaneeyan Banditthiamphol, an ordinary monk and advisor to the Sangha. This unique mineral is known for its continuous growth, beautiful texture, clear and shiny color, and prestigious properties. Both Thais and Cambodians consider Noppakao mineral as sacred, believed to bring peace, happiness, and good fortune, while offering protection against various hazards.
The Buddha Museum’s doors are open to children, students, local and foreign tourists, inviting them to immerse themselves in the study and respect of various Buddha images. Visitors to Nong Nooch Tropical Garden Pattaya can experience this enriching cultural venue from 8:00 am to 5:30 pm, indulge in knowledge acquisition, and pay homage to the Buddha.
Nong Nooch Pattaya Tropical Garden Opening Buddha Museum A learning center that collects Buddha images, coins, and sacred objects, together over a thousand years old.
On Monday, September 18, 2023 at 2:30 pm in the Katreeya Room, Mr. Kamphon Tansajja, President of Nong Nooch Pattaya Park, invited Rear Admiral Aniruth Sawadee, Deputy Chief of the Fleet Staff, Rear Admiral Athorn Chara Phinyo, Deputy Commander of the 1st Naval Region Police Lieutenant General Itthiphon Ronnachai Inthisan Amporn Phinasa, Secretary General of the Basic Education Commission and Deputy Director of the Educational Service Area, Head of Provincial Police Region 2, Mr. Artists, celebrities and honored guests attended the opening ceremony of the Buddha Museum. It aims to be another important source of new learning about Buddhism in Nong Nooch Garden Pattaya.
Mr Kamphon Tansajja said that the intention is to create a Buddha Museum The aim is to make children, youth and those who are interested in Buddhism. came to visit, study, and develop spiritual meditation Leads to a firmly established conscious mind. Having great wisdom and has a pure mind The Buddha statues, coins, and sacred objects exhibited together with Mr. Khomsan Chansuebsai, who collected various things. There are many of them. Each has gone through periods of faith in every age, every period, and has been passed down from generation to generation. Many of them are hundreds of years old, and today, Phra Yeyamaneeyan Banditthiamphol, an ordinary monk, Advisor to the Sangha His Royal Highness the Prince of the Kingdom of Cambodia gave Samuttharam Temple, Koh Kong Province, a Buddha amulet made of Noppakao mineral, which n weighing up to 40 kilograms. The special thing about the mineral is that it continues to grow Noppakao mineral has a beautiful texture, the color comes out clear and shiny. It is a metal element that enhances prestige. which mineral Noppakao Thais and Cambodians It is believed to be a sacred mineral. It will make you live peacefully, happily and have good fortune. Protection from various hazards
This will be open to children and students, the public, Thai and foreign tourists. Visited to study and gain knowledge and pay homage to various Buddha images For the good fortune of coming to visit Nong Nooch Tropical Garden Pattaya. It is open every day between 8:00 am – 5:30 pm
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