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avoidthecrowdsthailand
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Thailand is a popular travel destination, but there are many hotspots in this beautiful country that have been overrun with tourists and lack some of their original remote peacefulness as a result. Are there any spots left in Thailand that are still untouched by mass tourism? Luckily, there are a few spots where you can […]

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thai-medical
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If you are planning to travel in Thailand you might be wondering what the medial treatment is like there. If you get sick or injured during your trip, what kind of medical care can you expect to receive? Thailand’s economy is one of the strongest among emerging economies and the medical services there have improved […]

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thai-language
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Thai, also known as Siamese or Central Thai, is the national official language of Thailand and the native language of the Thai People. It is a fascinating and complex tonal and analytic language and it is spoken by over 20 million people. Many historians believe that the Thai Script is derived from the Khmer script, […]

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thai-wat
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A temple in Thailand is called a wat and in this country you will find many of these sacred buildings. They are often calm and tranquil places, decorated with gold carvings, ornate tiles and beautiful paintings. Almost every town or village in Thailand will have at least one wat, which means there are thousands throughout […]

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ghost-festival2
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An ancient Thai legend tells a story of when the Buddha, in one of his past lives as a prince, made a long journey and was presumed to be dead. However he did return, to the surprise and joy of everyone. The celebrations that were held upon his return were so loud and raucous that […]

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buffalo
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Every year in the city of Chonburi, Thailand (between Pattaya and Bangkok), the Buffalo Races take place – one of the best known festivals in the region. This exciting festival is a Thai tradition that dates back hundreds of years and it draws many spectators. This year’s event will take place on October 7, 2014. […]

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In the seaside town of Hua Hin, Thailand there is an exciting event every year which draws spectators from all over the world. The Elephant Polo Tournament is a fantastic spectacle and a festival that is not to be missed when you are travelling in Thailand. It might seems strange to foreigners to watch the […]

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oxen
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The Royal Ploughing Ceremony is a traditional event that is held in Thailand to honour the beginning of the agricultural season for growing rice. It happens every year in May in Thailand, its date depending on astrology. The date for the 2014 festival is the 9th of May, Thailand. What Happens During the Ceremony? The Royal […]

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1-Buddhism
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Thailand is a primarily Buddhist country and this religion influences many of the customs and traditions of daily life. Before you visit Thailand, it is helpful to learn more about Buddhism, so that you can gain an understanding of this religion. It will help you to comprehend why certain customs exist, as well as avoid […]

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nightmarket
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When you are travelling in Thailand, you might learn quite quickly that the price of things isn’t always set in stone. When it comes to shopping in a local market or taking a taxi – oftentimes prices are up for negotiation. If you have the right bargaining skills, you will be able to get a […]

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