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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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Traditional Thai Desserts – Ja Mongkut

An assortment of traditional Thai desserts made from egg yoke (Koh Kret, Nonthaburi) Thai desserts (khanom Thai) have played an important role on Buddhist rituals and ceremonies and are very popular gifts for special occasions. Thai sweets, or Kanom Thai, have unique, colorful appearance and distinct flavours. The art of Thai desserts have been passed [...]

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Street Dining Next To Nonthaburi Pier (Thailand)

Nonthaburi Pier (Thailand) Nonthaburi Pier is a gateway to Koh Kret, an man-made??island. The lane located next to the pier is an ideal place to sample local food while waiting?? to catch a ferry back to Bangkok. Favoured by the locals,you will see many??food stalls?? offer a wide??range of affordable local??dishes and drinks??on the bank [...]

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Amazing Sights in Thailand – Vintage Aircraft On Stilts (Nonthaburi)

?? Amazing Sights in Thailand -??Vintage Aircraft On Stilts (Nonthaburi, Thailand) Thailand is always full of surprises. That is what keeps it interesting. A river boat journey is a must when in Bangkok as it allows you a close up view of life on the river, which serves as a natural highway for many of [...]

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Mon Temples in Thailand – Wat PhaiLorm (Koh Kret, Nonthaburi)

Mon Temples in Thailand – Wat PhaiLorm (Koh Kret, Nonthaburi) Wat PhaiLorm is another beautiful Mon temples??located??on?? a man-made island of Koh Kret??or Koh Kred?? near Pak Kret district in Nonthaburi province, 20 km north of Bangkok, Thailand.???? Two small white pagodas in front of the temple (Wat PhaiLorm, Koh Kret) This monastery was built [...]

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Mangrove Plants in Thailand – Red Teruntum (Lumnitzera littorea (Jack) Voigt.)

Mangrove Plants in Thailand – Red Teruntum (Lumnitzera littorea) There is a total of 87 true and associated mangrove plant species belonging to 41 families are recorded to occur in Thailand. Five families of mangroves: Rhizophoraceae, Avicenniaceae, Combretaceae, Palmae and Sonneratiaceae, are the major components of mangroves around the country. Mangrove ecosystems are estimated to [...]

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