Art And Culture

The Enlightening beauty of Loi Krathong festival

Thailand’s visually stunning Loi Krathong festival is as fascinating as it is beautiful. ‘Loi’ means to float, while ‘Krathong’ refers to a lotus shaped container which floats on water. Loi Krathong is an auspicious annual festival celebrated throughout Thailand and Read more

 
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Yon Bua Festival

Yon Bua Festival One of the favourite festivals in Thailand is the Rub Bua Festival in Bang Phli, Samut Prakan. In English, the festival translates as “Lotus Receiving Festival”. However, it has another name in Thai which I think describes Read more

 
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Bangkok Goes Vegetarian This October

If one is a vegetarian, there is only one perfect period to visit Bangkok, which is October. Thailand observes a ten day festival every year (Ninth Chinese Lunar Month) in which restaurants and street stalls across the city put up Read more

 
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Wat Arun to be Revitalized

The striking ‘Temple of Dawn’ in Bangkok which stands marvelously tall on the banks of the Chao Phraya river is to start with its renovation and refurbish processes this month. “The budget for the entire project is estimated to be Read more

 
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