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Thailand Songkran Festival 2012

Thailand Songkran Festival Songkran is the traditional Thai New Year celebrated on 13 to 15 of April, 13th being the Thai New Year, 14th being the nation’s Family Day, and 15th being family reunions at which family members get together and make merit at the temple and gently pour water mixed with Thai fragrance, called [...]

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Thailand – World Supplier of Natural Rubber (Hevea brasiliensis)

Thailand – World Supplier of Natural Rubber (Hevea brasiliensis) In Thailand, rubber trees was first introduced in Trang province by Phraya Ratsadanupradit Mahison Phakdi (Khaw Sim Bee Na Ranong), Governor of Trang Province from “Malaysia” in 1899. It has since become one of the major crops of Thailand. Para Rubber (Hevea brasiliensis) trees belong to [...]

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A Beautiful Twilight at Koh Bulon (Satun Province)

A Beautiful Twilight at Koh Bulon (Satun, Thailand) This picture was taken at Koh Bulon in Satun Province about two years ago. It is a small beautiful island in the Anadaman Sea off Koh Tarutao and it is unaffected by mass tourism and remains unspolit. Thousand of trees were uprooted by the devastating tsunami and [...]

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Children of Koh Bulon (Satun Province)

??Children of Koh Bulon (Satun Province) Photographying children is the most challenging part of travel photography and is one of my favourite subjects. It is good to seek permission from their guardian either verbally or through body language. Be polite. I managed to take a couples of good photos of the children in the islands [...]

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Coastal Plants of Thailand – Sea Hisbicus (Hibiscus tiliaceus)

Have you ever noticed this lovely flower when you strolled the white sandy beaches in the southern islands??of Thailand??? This flower?? is from a coastal tree (Sea Hibiscus)?? and??part of ??the cotton family (Malvaceae)??.??The yellow flowers open in the morning (after sunrise, about 9 am) and turn orangey brown before falling on the same evening [...]

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The Little Girl and the Longtailed Boat (Koh Bulon, Satun Province)

????The Little Girl and the Longtailed Boat (Koh Bulon, Satun Province) I love this picture. It was taken in Koh Buloh Lae during a short vacation in Satun last year. From a distance, I saw a little girl dressed in a lovely silky blue outfit waiting patiently for her dad on a traditional longtailed boat. [...]

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