The LHM Motorcycle Museum in Kanchanaburi province showcases a vast collection of motorcycles of Japanese and a few Western brands since the end of World War II.
The museum is owned by the Lo Heng Mong motorcycle shop in Tha Maka district, which has been in the business for more than five decades.
The establishment of the museum was inspired by an old photo of shop founder Boonchai Pongvitayapanu shaking hands with Soichiro Honda, founder of Honda Motor Company.
The shop has kept a sample of most models it has sold. As market demands have changed and buyers opted for rare old models, the museum was founded for the young generation to study the history and evolution of motorcycles.
The museum is divided into four sections — the Learning Centre, the Historical Centre, the 50th Anniversary of Lo Heng Mong, Honda and Yamaha Centre and the Old Motorcycle Posters Centre.
If you’re in Kanchanaburi, Thailand, this place is definitely worth the visit and the entrance to this place is FREE!
Google Map Location: https://goo.gl/maps/a8W3XTWoou32
GPS Coordinates: 13°57’46.2″N 99°44’38.1″E / 13.962830, 99.743920
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