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During the past Songkran Festival there were many people visiting the sacred royal temples like Wat Phra Kaew and Wat Pho in Bangkok. However, there are still a number of important royal temples scattering around the heart of Bangkok which most people may have ignored; two of which are in a walking distance from the mentioned temples. The first royal temple is Wat Ratchapradit, constructed by King Rama IV. The temple houses four Buddha images: Phra Phuttha Chinnarat, Phra Phuttha Chinnasi, Phra Si Satsada, and Phra Nirantarai. The ordination hall of the temple is open to visitors only on spe...
The Royal Temples
Story by Saisunee Singhathat   Phra Pradaeng in Samut Prakan Province is one of the few places in Thailand that celebrates the Songkran Festival in the Thai-Mon style, featuring a magnificent parade. Visitors can learn how to play saba, enjoy a Mon folk play, plus many other forms of entertainment, and see a procession of swan and centipede flags.   The Phra Pradaeng Songkran Festival differs from others in that it is held a little later than in most other locales. The Songkran rituals and celebrations here are usually held on the Sunday that follows after Songkran Day on April 13. In 2012, th...
Phra Pradaeng Songkran Festival
Amphawa Floating Market is located on a canal that flows in to the Mae Klong River in Samut Songkhram Province, about 80 kilometer South-West from Bangkok. The market is only open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sunday and it gets very busy at dusk. Besides visiting the usual Damnoen Saduak floating market to see the old-style sellers touting their wares from small boats floating on the river or the famous Chatuchak Weekend market( Jatuchak Weekend Market) in Bangkok, you might want to check out Amphawa Floating Market for an authentic Thai floating market experience - an enormous floating market?...
Floating Markets in Thailand – Amphawa Floating Market (Samut Songkram)
It was a personal memorable experience visiting the Elephant Study Centre on National Elephant Day (13th Mar 2009) before going on a media farm trip from 19 -22 Mar organized by Thailand Convention & Exhibition Burean (TCEB). Elephant is Thailand National Animal and this day is declared by the Thai Government as National Elephant Day and Thai people pay respect to the elephant national wide. The centre is located in Ta Klang village in Tha Toom district of Surin Province, approximately 58 km north of the downtown. Year after year, more than 250 elephants will perform at the Surin Elephant Show...
Thailand National Elephant Day (13 Mar 2009) at Surin Elephant Study Centre
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Ban Wang Nam Mok
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Ban Wang Nam Mok

Ban Wang Nam Mok is a beautiful rural village in north east Thailand, about 20km east of Vientiane. Thai people here are friendly and hospitable with ...

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Asiatique The Riverfront - Fabulous Shopping Destination by Chao Phraya River
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Asiatique The Riverfront - Fabulous Shopping Destination by Chao Phraya River

After the termination of Suan Lum Night Bazaar years ago, Bangkokians have been short of a place to shop at night. But for now, let’s celebrate for th...

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The Royal Temples
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The Royal Temples

During the past Songkran Festival there were many people visiting the sacred royal temples like Wat Phra Kaew and Wat Pho in Bangkok. However, there a...

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Poi Sang Long Ceremony
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Poi Sang Long Ceremony

Story by Saisunee Singhathat The Poi Sang Long ceremony in Mae Hong Son is a Buddhist novice ordination ceremony, but it is unlike any other ceremon...

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