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Welcome to thailand ( new edition)

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  • Thailand; The Land of Smile

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  • Welcome to thailand Sawasdee ka sawasdee kub
    • Thailand
    • Areas: 514,000 kms or 198,456.43 miles
    • Popular:63,038,247Neighbor: Burma, Laos, Cambodia and Malaysia.
    • Capital: Bangkok
    • Religion: Buddhist, Christ, Muslim and other.
    • Language: Thai
  • King of Thailand
  • His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej Rama IX
  • Royal Family
  • Thai National Flag
    • Thai flag has 3 colors. And each color, it’s meaning.
    • Red : Nationality
    • White : Religion
    • Blue: King
  • Thai Festival
    • Songkran (Thai New Year)
    • It is celebrate every year on April 13 to April 15.
    • It is the throwing of water with bucket or hose or water guns.
    • In the morning, we go to temple for pray and give food to monk. And a gently pouring water mixed with a Thai fragment over Buddha images and on monk hand.
    • Moreover, Songkran was traditionally a time to visit and pay respects to elders, including family number, friends and neighbors.
    • In addition, parade and beautiful contest take place during the festival.
  • Songkran Festival
    • In the morning, people will go to temple for praying and giving food to monk. And pouring water on Buddha image.
    • Also the youngest will gently pouring water on the oldest hand. For respectful , apologize and give blessing.
  • Parade
    • The trailer decorated with flowers and zodiac in that year. Some trailer put some technique in decorate for shouting water to viewer .
  • Let do water fight
    • In the afternoon to evening, people will through water to each other. They will use water guns, buckets or hose.
    • Loy Krathong
    • This annual festival falls on the full moon night of the twelfth lunar month, usually in mid November. At this time the moon is brightest and the tides highest.
    • We make krathong from banana tree trunk, decorated with elaborately-folded banana leaves, flowers, candles, incense sticks etc.
    • During the night of full moon, we will release a small raft on the river, canals, sea or sources of water.
    • In addition, parade, firework and beautiful contest take place during the festival.
  • Loy Krathong Festival
    • Everybody make they own Krathong. And grown up will help the kids make they Krathong, too.
    • Krathong made from banana tree trunk, decorated with folded banana leaves, flowers, candles and incense stick.
  • The Parade
    • During the night. People float they Krathong on the river. They’ll make a wish before float. Some people will cut their nail, hair and put it in. And put some money, too.
    • In addition, they’ll have firework and beautiful contest take place during the festival.
  • Thai Sport
    • Thai Boxing (Muai Thai)
    • Thai boxing is an ancient martial art handed down from generation to generation. The fights are commonly fierce and furious. Thai boxing is unique in which combatants use elbows, knees and bare feet as  well as gloved fists. A good contest is decided by application of techniques rather than brute force. There is a pre-fight "Wai Khru" rite with traditional Thai instruments, a Java pipe, double-ended drums and cymbals, providing musical accompaniment. 
  • Mae Mai Muay Thai
    • Muay Thai has use many style to martial .
  • Muay Thai The art of fighting
    • Sword and Pole Fighting
    • This martial art once formed part of medieval military training. Before fights, contestants perform a 'Wai Khru' rite with musical accompaniment. Excitement comes from the clashing of weapons and the music.
  • Krabi Krabong Fighting
    • Boat Racing
    • Boat racing dated from the Aytthaya period. Races are commonly staged during the post-rainy season months of October and November. Boats are made  from hardwood such as Takhian. Colored cloth tied to the boat prow honors the guardian spirit. Each team consists of 8 t0 10 oarsmen and a headsman (or more in long-tailed boat racing). 
    • Kite Flying (Len Wow)
    • Thais generally fly kites during the summer months of March through May.  Kites have been enjoyed since the 13th and 14th-century Sukhothai period.  The sport was probably most popular during the reign of King Rama IV (1851-1868), when people were granted royal permission to fly kites at Bangkok's Phra Men Ground next to the Grand Palace. There are two types of kites, those designed for display, and those designed for fighting. The latter types are the Pak-Pao and the Chula.
  • Chula & Pakpao
    • Takro Lot Huang ( Sepak Takro)
    •    This game is played during leisure time, the SongKran festival, ordination ceremonies and other festive occasions.      Styles of hitting the ball into the hoop are classified in three classes, namely the front hit, the side hit, and the rear hit.
  • Sepak Takro
  • Thai Costumes
  • Thai Food
    • Thai cuisine refers to typical foods, beverages, and cooking
    • styles common to the country of Thailand. Thai Cuisine is
    • known for its balance of five fundamental flavors in each dish
    • or the overall meal - hot (spicy), sour, sweet, salty and bitter.
    • Although popularly considered as a single cuisine, Thai food
    • would be more accurately described as four regional cuisines
    • corresponding to the four main regions of the country:
    • Northern, Northeastern, Central and Southern. Southern curries,
    • for example, tend to contain coconut milk and fresh turmeric, while
    • northeastern dishes often include lime juice. Thai cuisine has been
    • greatly influenced by the cuisine of its neighboring and nearby
    • countries, especially India, China, Malaysia, and Laos.
  • Thai Dessert
    • Thai desserts are mostly made of coconut fresh,
    • coconut cream and rice flour. Some desserts
    • Made from eggs and tropical fruit. Most of them
    • will have an attractive shape and bright color.
    • Desserts have been among the favorites of the
    • Thais for hundreds of years.
  • Thai Food & Dessert
  • Khorp Khun Kha Khorp Khun Khrap