There were excavations behind Khlong Thom temple and an assortment of antique artifacts from the ‘Khuan Luk Pat’ or literally translated as ‘A Mound of Beads’ was found. They include stone- and bronze-made tools, metal coins, fragments of ancient pottery and ceramic as well as stone-decorated art pieces and colored droplets, all dated back for more than 5,000 years ago.
This museum within the grounds of the Wat Khlong Thom temple in Krabi displays artifacts unearthed during excavations carried out behind the wat.
Bronze tools, beads and stone ornaments form the majority of the exhibits, dating back to perhaps 5,000 years ago.
The beads are a particularly significant part of the collection, made of glass and stone. Roman coins have also been found here, along with pottery and ceramic shards.