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Wat YaiChaiMongKol Ayutthaya
One thing’s for sure: no one in the West learns about Ayutthaya in history class, despite the fact that it was the largest city in the world in 1700. Most of today’s visitors go to see earlier history, though. The ruins at Ayutthaya Historical Park date back to 1350. The park is expansive and from a different period and culture than renowned Angkor Wat, so don’t write it off before...
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GrandPalace & Emerald Buiddha Temple
Reopening Thailand in next 120 days. On 16 June 2021 , Prime Minister and Defense Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha expressed that the Government intends to completely reopening the country within the next 120 days. The Prime Minister said, “The time has now come for us to look ahead and set a date for when we can fully open our country and start receiving visitors, because re-opening the country is one...
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> KaoLarm
Kao-Larm >ข้าวหลาม< Sticky Rice in Bamboo Cylinder Is an ancient Know-How of Cooking in Thailand. Typically the original ingredients are sticky rice + Coconut Milk + Salt + black bean. Originally, it’s not easy to make it , cause of not only the fresh main ingredients but also have to find the right Bamboo for use as Bamboo Cylinder. Moreover the area to burn / to grill the Kao-Larm have...
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vaccine passport
As indicated from the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), foreigners who have been immunized ( Vaccinated ) against COVID-19 could be permitted to visit Thailand without the need to quarantine. The tourism authority said that the  ‘Vaccine Passport’ would empower foreign tourists to stay & travel in Thailand without expecting to go through the initial 14 days of their excursion in an alternative state quarantine facility. The ‘Vaccine Passports ‘...
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Larn Island
Minister and top tourism official set October 1st for a return to normal service for visitors to Thailand. In the meantime, Minister Phiphat and the Governor of the Tourism Authority of Thailand, Yuthasak Supasorn have both predicted that Thailand will see 10 million visitors enter the kingdom from October 1st this year which would be dependent on a return to mass-market tourism. Minister and top tourism official set October 1st...
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