This large rice barn belongs to the Nandakwang family's lineage was originally located in Pasang district, Lampun province. Both front and back side of this rice barn "Nah Jua" (the triangle shape under the roof) decorated with a refine wood craving in a peacock design. The stairs in both front and back side was adapted from the original rice barn structure by added a permanent stairs, which originally use the temporary ladder to attach to go up and down each time. Estimated from the original architecture, this Pasang rice barn should be approximately 150 - 170 years old. Mrs.Sopa Muangkrajang (Nandakwang) the owner of the Pasang rice barn donated it to Chiang Mai University in the country of the Lanna Traditional house museum, the Center for the Promotion of Arts and Culture, Chiang Mai University.