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Temple of Emerald Buddha

From the series “The Most Iconic Temples in the World”
The famous Wat Phra Kaeo or the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, which is located in Bangkok, is not only a prominent religious site, but also one of the holiest places in the world for Buddhists. The temple was named in honor of its main reliquary - the statues of Emerald Buddha, whose height is 66. Unlike in general, the statue is not cut out of the giant emerald, but from the jadeite, which is an emerald green variety of nephrite.

The beautiful temple is open to the people of any denominations that can see one of the most important Buddhist sanctuaries. The tourists should only observe one important rule - one should only enter into the temple in the reserved and long clothes. At the entrance to the temple the unprepared guests can borrow the long trousers. The history of the appearance … Read all

Don Muang Airport

From the series “The Most Dangerous Runways in the World”
In Bangkok is the unique Don Muang Airport, which recalls the huge golf course. This similarity is partly true; the history of airport construction is very interesting. The airport was built in 1914 for war purposes. Later, it was decided to open the golf center at the airport entrance, so the soldiers waiting for the flight could have Spaz.

For almost a hundred years, Don Muang remained one of the most polluting airports in Thailand. Only after the opening of the Suvarnabhumi airport Don Muang has become a little 'offended'. It is remarkable that the golf center is now open in the airport, although it is forbidden to be on its territory during the landing of the aircraft. Not all experienced pilots with several years of experience are able to get the plane to the real golf course. At … Read all
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Travel Industry is Expected to Grow in China in 2021

Despite the restrictions caused by the pandemic, the travel industry in China looks promising and might grow in 2021. The lunar New Year period, which is traditionally the time when the Chinese travel, wasn’t very active this year but taking into consideration the desire of Chinese consumers to travel and their shopper behavior, it is safe to say that this year has a high chance of the long-awaited recovery of the travel retail sector. Read this


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Traditions and festivals in Thailand

Bangkok is a significant spot in the travels journal of every tourist. It is the city of contrasts and amusement. You will see people and things that will shock your mind at every step and at every corner. The city of Bangkok will amaze you, capture your mind and attention with the number of festivals and carnivals. The list of Thai celebrations is endless! When you will plan to visit Thailand in April pack your luggage wisely and don’t forget to take the water gun. Why? First of all, April … Read more
Rich cultural traditions are of real pride for local folks. Ancient crafts, bright and symbolic holidays and festivals, inimitable folk costumes and dressing, charming music and friendly and welcoming atmosphere are the main ethic features of the city of Pattaya. Travelers craving to learn the specific features of local culture should necessarily visit a local Thai mask theater named Khon and watch one of the stunning performances. This is a unique trend of drama art featuring stunning dance … Read more
Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai is the city with amazing culture, an acquaintance with which can turn into an unforgettable adventure. Like many centuries ago, locals revere national traditions and pay a lot of attention to local crafts. Only a few travelers know that paper umbrellas, which are considered a real national symbol of Thailand, are produced here. Bo Sang district is a center of umbrellas, where you can find a huge number of craft workshops and retail shops with a vast selection of goods. Here, … Read more
Hua Hin
The local culture is full of interesting features; it can be very enjoyable and informative exercise to study them all. One of the main features of national culture is a special way of greeting named Wai. Greeting each other, local people join hands at chest level and slightly incline their heads showing respect. It is remarkable that such a form of greeting isn’t applied to children. Wai is one of the main ways to show respect for the opponent. During conversation they can call the name of … Read more
Ko Lanta
You will constantly notice that everyone around you is smiling while walking around the Old Town. This often seems deliberate and inappropriate. However, such traditions are in Thailand. It is believed that everyone gets a smile in return by sharing his smile with everyone around him. Luck, energy, and good mood come along with smiles. Therefore, even if the Thai is not doing very well, he will smile as if he won a million in the lottery. If you want to get the respect of the locals, you should … Read more
Chiang Rai
Chiang Rai is often called the city of endless festivals, as a lot of interesting events are held here throughout the year. Its brightest holidays are held in February, April and November. In April, locals celebrate one of the most anticipated and exciting events, Songkran or Thai New Year. The event is accompanied by a number of original traditions; some of them may seem very unusual to foreign visitors. Water is poured on all passers during the festive day; this hilarious tradition … Read more
Phuket offers its guests amazing varied cultural program rich in festivals and celebrations. Bright ethic holidays and festivals are held almost every month there. The brightest show the tourists can take part in during Phuket visit is the Chinese new Year. The celebration takes place according the lunar calendar. The date of celebration falls within the period from the beginning of January to the middle of February. The bright fest is celebrated for two days featuring exciting parades, … Read more
This is also a great destination for those looking forward to the New Year. The matter is that in Krabi, the holiday is celebrated not once but as many as three times a year. Firstly, the European New Year is traditionally celebrated on December 31. Secondly, the Chinese New Year is widely popular (due to the large influx of tourists from China), it falls either in January or February. And thirdly, the Thai New Year takes up the baton in April. The European New Year is accompanied by fireworks … Read more

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