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Makha Bucha Day which is observed in Thailand on the full moon of the third lunar month, which is usually the end of February or early March.

7 Things To Know Before You Travel To Phuket - Phuket is known as one of the popular tourist spot in Thailand. It’s famous for their cheap accommodation, offshore islands, clear water beaches, and many more! But with lots of tourists, the…

Top Things to Do in Phuket - Phuket, Thailand, is probably one of the most frequently visited places by tourists in the world. Phuket is a culturally and naturally rich island that is located in the Andaman Sea and is known for its stunning beaches and a

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Koh Samui, Thailand - God is above all Religions- come learn and feel the Love…

Buddha temple, Bangkok, Thailand Is the the Temple of the Dawn?  It looks like it might be.B

Marvel at Wat Arun, Bangkok Visit the Buddhist Temple of Dawn, one of the most recognisable temples in south-east Asia. The temple sits on the west bank of the Chao Phraya river, and the colourful Chinese ceramics that cover it shimmer as the sun rises

Lantern Festival in Thailand...@Kerry Aar Shanahan I CAN'T wait to see this in person together!

Each November the city of Chiang Mai in Thailand transforms into the most mesmerizing lantern festival called yi peng ( second ful.

Sanctuary of Truth ( Wang Boran / Prasat Mai). The sanctuary is an all-wood building temple in Pattaya, Thailand, filled with sculptures based on traditional Buddhist and Hindu motifs.

Soul Mission Sanctuary of Truth ( Wang Boran / Prasat Mai). The sanctuary is an all-wood building temple in Pattaya, Thailand, filled with sculptures based on traditional Buddhist and Hindu motifs.

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