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a Virtual tour to “Ban Nung Talung”or the Shadow Puppet Museum in Nakohn Si Thammarat

The museum at the home of Suchart Subsin was founded in 1987 by Suchart and his family. The Subsin family have collected shadow puppets from various regions of Thailand and some other countries including China, Cambodia and India. The award-winning museum has won local and international praise for its role in education and preserving ancient …

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a Virtual tour to “Phimai Historical Park” in Nakhon Ratchasima​

The Phimai historical park is one of the largest Khmer temples of Thailand. It is located in the town of Phimai, Nakhon Ratchasima province. The temple marks one end of the Ancient Khmer Highway from Angkor. As the enclosed area of 1020x580m is comparable with that of Angkor Wat, Phimai must have been an important …

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10 THINGS TO DO IN CHIANG RAI

DETAILS 1. Singha Park Chiang Rai (Rai Bun Rawd) (สิงห์ปาร์ค เชียงราย) (ไร่บุญรอด)  Covers an area of more than 600 rai (approximately 960,000 square metres) comprising agricultural land and tea plantations with cultivated plant varieties that are suitable with the soil condition. Those plants include fruit trees; such as, jujubes, star fruits, strawberries, tomatoes, lychees, longan, mangoes, and santolas well as …

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Where To Find The Best Restaurants In Chiang Rai

Sai oua, nam prik num, fried pork rinds, hang lay curry – these specialities are considered some of the most famous northern Thai dishes. For an authentic taste of northern Thailand, there’s no better place than the northern province and town of Chiang Rai. Today, we are taking you to the best Restaurants in Chiang Rai.  Deliciousness is waiting…let’s take a look!1. Paam Sai …

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Exploring Bangkok’s Old City and Chinatown is now easier than ever, thanks to new MRT stations

The opening of four new MRT stations in Bangkok’s Old City or Rattanakosin neighbourhood and Chinatown, as part of a longer extension to the city’s subway, has made exploration of the area and its various attractions all the more easier. Itsaraphap Station Sam Yot Station Sanam Chai Station Wat Mangkon Station The four stations are …

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