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Thai Culture and Traditions – Colour of The Day

Thai Culture and Traditions – Colour of The Day?? Thailand is a historical land of colourful culture and traditions. Most of their customs and traditions are intricately tied with their religion. In Thai tradition, each day of the week is associated with a particular colour. The colour is assigned based on the colour of the [...]

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Shandicun – A Chinese Village in Pai (Mae Hong Son, Thailand)

Shandicun – A Chinese Village in Pai (Mae Hong Son, Thailand) If Ban Rak Thai (Mae Aw Chinese village) located near Burmese border is too far for you then what about visiting Shandicun – a Chinese village located in the outskit of Pai. The village is one of the three Chinese villages situated in northern [...]

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Mae Hong Son’s City Attractions – Phraya Singhanatracha Memorial

Phraya Singhanatracha??in traditional Thai Yai costume??- The First Governor of Mae Hong Son (Thailand) Located at the foot of Doi Kong Mu in Mae Hong Son’s city is Phraya Singhanatracha Memorial. He was the first governor of Mae Hong Son province. Phraya Singhanatracha is a Thai Yai native from Burma ( Myanmar) and he was [...]

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Local Community Products in Thailand

Local Community Products in Thailand -??Hand-Woven ??Palm Leaf Hat Whenever, I have an opportunity to give back and help others, I always shop for local community or OTOP ( One Tambon One Product) products in Thailand. The products are unique and sometimes, you can not find it anywhere else. The village communities in Thailand have [...]

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Hill Tribes in Thailand – Long Neck Karen Women (Mae Hong Son)

Long Neck Karen Woman (Kayan Village, Mae Hong Son) Finally, I managed to meet the long necked women in Mae Hong Son province, northern Thailand. I can vividly remember the first time I saw an image of a long neck Karen woman when I attended a themed exhibition titled” Endurance Beauty” at Muzium Negara, National [...]

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Authentic Chinese Dishes in Ban Rak Thai and Shandicun – Moo Pang Pee (Braised pork with preserved mustard greens)

Meicai Kourou (????�???????) or Moo Pang Pee in Thai (Ban Rak Thai, Mae Hong Son) Besides Baba (Yunnanese’s snack), Moo Pang Pee ( Braised pork with preserved mustard greens) is one of the authentic Chinese dishes offers in Ban Rak Thai and Shandicun ???????�? in Mae Hong Son province in northern Thailand. The restaurants are [...]

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