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    The start of Buddhist Lent

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 19/06/2014

    » The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) invites all to make merit and experience three large celebrations for the beginning Buddhist Lent in three central provinces from July 11-13.


    Remembering a legend in the Northeast

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 15/05/2014

    » Until Saturday, the “Boon Bungfai Lan: Legend of Ma Kham Lai” festival will take place at Nong Sri Charoen in Ban That, in Phen district of Udon Thani with the aim to conserve this local tradition and promote tourism.


    Feast for the senses

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 22/05/2014

    » Thon Buri is well-known for its historic old temples, scenic waterways, the diversity of its culture and the many culinary delicacies still made there. The Canal Protection Act of 1941 noted that Bangkok east of the Chao Phraya River, the area officially called Phra Nakhon, had a total of 64 canals while the portion of the metropolis lying on the west bank, Thon Buri, was served by 31 canals. However, in the interim, many of these have been filled in and built over or have become so silted up they are now too shallow to be navigable.


    Santol Festival in Lop Buri

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 05/06/2014

    » From June 25 to July 8, the "23rd Sweet Santol And Good Products Of Lop Buri Festival" will take place in front of Muang Lop Buri district office to promote agro-tourism and create public awareness for the conservation of agricultural resources.


    Creating a renaissance

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 21/04/2014

    » Throughout an hour spent in the Traditional Thai Art room of the National Gallery, we saw only a few Western tourists walking in and around the stunning red Western-style room to admire several of Thailand’s masterpieces. Within 10 or 15 minutes, those visitors left, then it was very quiet at the “Louvre of Thailand”, the Kingdom’s only state-run museum of art with the largest collection of traditional and contemporary artworks.


    Fun weekend forays

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 10/04/2014

    » Motorists who whizz along the elevated section of Boromratchonnanee Road (Pin Klao-Nakhon Chaisi Road) on their way to the lower Central Region or the South are bypassing some real hidden gems in the streets below. Many of the red-shirt protesters who gathered on Utthayan Road in Phutthamonthon the other day probably didn’t realise they were so close to such fascinating destinations either. The major Buddhist centre at Phutthamonthon is reasonably well known, but there’s a trio of unique museums in this locality that deserve more patronage and at least five floating markets that offer hours of innocent pleasure.


    Fruit Fair in Samut Songkhram

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 27/03/2014

    » From March 28 to April 7, those wishing to taste and buy Samut Songkhram’s famous lychees are invited to the “Great Lychees of Samut Songkhram Festival” which will be held in front of the provincial hall. Lychees from Samut Songkhram province are famed for their sweetness. The most popular strain is khom, which bears a sweet, crunchy heart-shaped fruit covered with a dark red peel. Orchards here yield a total of 6,000 tonnes of lychees per year.


    Fun fair in Suphan Buri

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 17/04/2014

    » From April 25-26, the “Miracle of Colours: Suphan Buri Fair” will take place at the Garden of the Heavenly Dragon Museum (Mangkorn Sawan Park) near the city pillar shrine in Muang district, Suphan Buri, 4-10.30pm.


    A town of temples

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 20/03/2014

    » It was a bright, sunny day in Nonthaburi. As we set off on a sight-seeing trip along the Chao Phraya, the prow of our chartered boat kicked up a refreshing spray of fine water droplets from the surface of the river. We had all been invited to take part in one of the annual boat excursions organised by Nakhon Nonthaburi Municipality and throughout the day we would we hopping on and off this vessel to visit historic and cultural attractions, including several temples featuring fine examples of art and architecture from the Ayutthaya and early Rattanakosin periods.


    New lease of life

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 30/01/2014

    » Entering the recently opened Siriraj Bimuksthan Museum, next to Siriraj Hospital, is like stepping back in time. Literally. For you are entering the high-ceilinged ticket hall of the Thon Buri (Bangkok Noi) railway station, a century-old space complete with oval-shaped period benches that was preserved intact after the last passengers disembarked here in October 2003.

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