Thai Culture

Floating Markets

Canal Boats, Food Stalls, Fireflies and Temples: A Day Trip from Bangkok to the Four Most Popular Floating Markets A lot of travellers (and residents alike) love to visit one of the near-Bangkok floating markets. True, they are often more Read more

 
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Thai Massage

If you haven’t experienced Thai massage before arriving to Thailand, maybe your first impression will be shaped when observing tourists comfortably sitting in reclining chairs along Khao San road while masseuses laboriously work at relaxing their bodies. This image will Read more

 
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Thai Boxing – Muay Thai

From Ancient Battles to Modern Entertainment Thai Boxing – Muay Thai   Picture if you will, two men (or women) fighting each other ferociously, using their whole bodies with great speed, agility and flexibility, while the arena is ablaze with Read more

 
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Thai Dance

The classic dances, which originated in the ancient kingdom of Siam, and were performed in the royal courts, are characterized by their elegance, precision and beauty. The hand movements that are an essential feature of Thai dance are emphasized in Read more

 
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Thai Cuisine

Nature’s cornucopia The cuisine of Thailand is a cornucopia of nature’s gifts in this land of abundance, and reflects the country’s rich history; blending elements of several Southeast Asian traditions. There are actually four regional cuisines in Thailand: Northern, Northeastern Read more

 
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