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Tung Na Mui is the name of an expansive rice field at Sarika sub-district of Nakhon Nayok. Here, people come to unwind, take in all the ozone and laze about into the traditional Thai rice paddy culture. The wandering wooden bridge that spans across the rice field might be the main visual highlight, but then, […]

The bright, earthy orange tones of the soils near the ancient and extinct volcano of ‘Khao Phra Angkhan’ south of Buri Ram has made this small village very unique and special. The locals here exploit the nature, using the natural brightness of the soil as the primary fabric dye; hence, a one-of-a-kind handmade cotton specialty […]

For the small district of Li, the best form of wonder is their strong faith. Their entire population of over 20,000 have been keeping the faith by strictly maintaining the Five Precepts, by which they obsolutely refrain from eating meat their whole life. The reason behind this devotion came from the long-standing faith the Paganyaw […]

King Sanphet VIII or Suriyenthrathibodi of Ayutthaya is known for his fierce mind, hence the more-common name as the ‘Tiger King.’ As the 29th King of the Ban Phlu Luang Dynasty, he built a temple near a big Bodhi tree and named the place ‘Wat Pho Prathap Chang’ after his own birthplace. Now, this ancient […]

In Sukhothai, there is this a small, hidden, and very ancient town of ‘Bang Khlang’ which has recently been found to be even older than the Sukhothai empire. Nestled in the area of Sawankhalok district, the lost city of Bang Khlang played a significant role during the settlement of Sukhothai which was Siam’s primary and […]