OTOP Handicrafts are Not Boring, Guess what they’re made of….

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Thailand is not only known as one of the popular tourist destinations, but it’s also the land of true artists among the others.

OTOP, one tambon one product, is a Thailand’s showcase telling the world what the land’s artists have been amazingly creating their bests.

With the craftsmanship plus creative ideas, Thai locals produce a wide range of outstanding handicrafts products from raw materials available in the areas. Many of these products have been improved for all the time. Something old and boring remade to be something new and look cute are gathering here for you to witness.

 

“Coconut shell”

Guess what they could be recreated…

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Different designs of lamps from Phrae.

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Fashion accessories from Nakhonsawan.

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Home accessories – Look at these Emus.

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“Bamboo”

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Lanterns from Nakhonnayok.

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Bamboo roots were transformed into ducks and swans as home decors from Loei.

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“Luffa or Chinese okra”

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Luffa scrubbing sponges

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Fancy luffa scrubbing sponges from Lopburi

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“Silkworm cocoon”

Cambodia, Stung Treng, Women's Development Centre (Mekong Blue), heap of silk worms in their cocoons
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Key rings from Saraburi

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Facial scrub from Kanchanaburi

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Facial scrub from Maehongson

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“Lotus leaves”

Giant water lily at Yellow Waters.
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Handbag cover from Lampang.

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And more

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” Coconut leaves ”

circa 1955: Coconut fronds being weaved together by a Polynesian in Papeete, Tahiti. (Photo by Three Lions/Getty Images)
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Handicraft art from Yasothon.

Grandpa Yos is an artist.

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