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Chulalongkorn Day

| April 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

When: October 23 Where: Thailand History: Chulalongkorn is one of the most revered kings of Thailand. The Chulalongkorn Day is celebrated to commemorate his death on October 23, 1910. He became the king at the age of 16 and ruled the country for 42 years. His long reign is proof of his prudence and innovation. [...]

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Buffalo Racing,Thailand

| February 20, 2013 | 0 Comments

When: First Weekend of October Where: Chonburi, Thailand History: The origin of the Buffalo Racing Thailand can be traced back when farmers from the countryside came to the province of Chonburi to trade their goods. They celebrated with games and entertainment under the full moon at the end of the Buddhist lent. They would arrive [...]

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Nine Emperor Gods Festival

| August 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

A Joyous Welcome and Send off Celebration at the Nine Emperor Gods Festival When it happens: September 1 to 9 Where it happens: Singapore,Malaysia, Thailand,some parts of China. History: The Nine Emperor Gods refer to the nine sons of Emperor Father Xhou Yu Dou Fu Yuan Jun and Big Dipper Mother Dou Mu Yuan Jun, [...]

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Chiang Mai Flower Festival 2013

| August 27, 2012 | 0 Comments

Chiang Mai Flower Festival 2013 When it happens: Early February(1st – 3rd February 2013) Where it happens: Chiang Mai, Thailand History: It is a fact of life that people make do with what they have in abundance. In Chiang Mai in northern Thailand, the Thai have flowers all around them come February. In fact, their [...]

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King’s Cup Elephant Polo 2012 Thailand

| July 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

Discover a New Passion in King’s Cup Elephant Polo 2012, Thailand When it happens: 5th – 11th September 2012 (Yet o be Confirmed Later) Where it happens: Hua Hin, Thailand             King’s Cup Elephant Polo, Thailand is a championship event of Elephant polo. It is held three times a year where two teams compete for [...]

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