H.E. Banharn Silpa-Archa, Thailand’s 21st Prime Minister
H.E. Banharn Silpa-Archa, Thailand’s 21st Prime Minister, Hall of fame is located on Suphan Buri-Chainat road, highway 340, Sanam Chai district. This hall of fame originated from the corporation of Suphan Buri’s local people by donating money to set up the place without using any government budget. The hall of fame is designed and constructed by Fine Arts Department. The building has two floors. H.E. Banharn Silpa-Archa’s personal background and works are exhibited inside the building, from childhood to royal endorsement to be the prime minister.The hall of fame was announced to be one of the organizations under National Archives of Thailand in order to be the place for young people to study the history of Thai politics and a role model of the way of life. The hall of fame had two floors for exhibitions. The first floor reproduces the atmosphere of “Yong Yoo Hong” shop in Suphan Buri market around the year 1944. It portrays childhood life of young Banharn in the age of 12 and his responsibility for the family. The story is about a tough boy from Suphan Buri who helped his brother work until he had his own business later and became secure in financial status. The exhibition also shows the various important events in Banhan’s life before participating in politics including his Buddhist ordination and marriage. His works are also shown on this floor. For example, how he helped and developed Suphan Buri province, life and role in politics.The second floor is about the royal endorsement to officially approve Banharn Silpa-Archa to be Thailand’s 21st Prime Minister, works and important policies of the government during the period of Prime Minister Banhan together with all the honours he received. H.E. Banharn Silpa-Archa Hall of fame opens every Wednesday to Sunday, fro, 09.00-16.00. Any visitors who are interested can come during the service period. If you have any interests or questions about the hall of fame or how to get to the place, please contact 0 3553 5119-21 or fax 0 3553 5120 for more information.