A master of Thai herbal medicines and Thai food, Dr. Komsan Tinnakorn na Ayudhya, said…
Thailand is one of the destinations for New Year’s Eve celebrations, which countdown celebrations are…
Thailand and India are good friends in many aspects. Not only the modern age friendship, but the similarities between two nations are also rooted for thousand years after Thailand then was Siam influenced by Khom, whose customs were also rooted by Hindu ways.
Thai Buddhism is considered the father of all these people lived in Suvarnabhumi; Khom and others, while the mother was Hindu, said Buddhadasa Bhikkhu. The religions are always ways of living without being recognized. All religious matters were gradually absorbing into people’s lives; languages and some more cultural parts.
The likeness between Thai and India are recognizably featured whether the birth to the end of their lives.
The difference of ecological conditions has created variety of unique types of domestic animals, which also called endemic species that are never found anywhere else, but Thailand.
MThai English has been acknowledged by an exhibition visit recently.
Let’s see what they are and where they were found.
Thailand is proud of celebrating one of the greatest days of the year again on the coming December 5, 2015, for His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s birthday, which prior declared by the UN the World Soil Day and eventually has been commemorated as the International Year of Soils 2015.
The coming November 25, 2015 is the day Thailand and some of South East Asian countries paying respect to the rivers and their waters, which are believed they’re protected by the goddess of river or Phra Mae Kongka. The luminous night is glowing in the people’s hearts, while they do Loy Krathong or Loi Krathong.
World Health Organization (WHO) has admitted on its site that Mosquitoes are considered one of the most dangerous creatures on the planet because of their ability to spread deadly diseases to other livings.
WHO once reported that the insects kill more than one million people a year. Add to that the numbers of those sickened and killed by other mosquito-borne diseases like dengue fever, yellow fever and West Nile virus, and it’s easy to see how they earned their dangerous reputation.
Japan’s tourism has been always doing great in their plans of drawing lots of tourists to some of silence spots. The rice paddy field arts have been one of their plans to bring about over 100,000 tourists to the locals each year. Firstly exhibited in 1993, purple and yellow plants on the rice paddy art of Mt. Iwaki was shown in Inakadete, a village in Aomori, a province in northern Japan. The art of rice paddy field uses several of colored rice breeds over the field as a canvas. It has been drawing a lot attention from both domestic and international media annually. In 2015, the Guinness Book of Records, has designated the Gyoda-shi city in Saitama, Japan the world’s largest work of rice field art.
Typhoon “MUJIGAE” over the upper South China Sea or east of Hainan Isaland, China. It will move to across Hainan Island and make a landfall at upper Vietnam during 4-5 October. Increasing rain, as well as heavy rain is expected in the North, the upper Northeast. People in the areas should beware of heavy rain and accumulate rainfall during 4-6 October.