Don't show disrespect towards the Thai Royal Family
Don't touch a Thai woman without consent
Don't touch a Thai person's head or ruffle their hair
Don't take Buddha images out of the country
Don't point your feet towards other people
I can't hide that I was to Thailand mainly for to see muai thai matches....
But when I saw this great show of this little tigers...
I have been moved (and some cry fallen down) for to see with what love the trainers took care of this litle athletes, how this little kids was proffessionals and all the love of the pubblic.... to see little tigers to growth!!
They are fantastic!!
Some things to know when entering a Wat / Temple:
- Dress properly: cover your shoulders, cover your legs (long trousers or skirts). At some Wats you can rent shawls, but it is better (and cheaper) to come prepared. In the picture you can see a sign with what is alowed and what not.
- Take off your shoes at the entrance.
- Never show your bare feet towards the Buddha. Take care how you sit down in front of it.
- Never have your head higher than that of the Buddha.
So you know that the Royals command much respect and you know not to point your feet at people.
Well you know when you drop a coin and you automatically stop it by stamping on it!!!!!!!
Well I made that mistake and got alot of shamefull looks. Its almost automatic to do it...But I thought it worth a mention, considering it combines both of the above!!
You will notice that there are lots of water lotus being seen & grown in Thailand, even in busy Bangkok and in the hotel surroundings. Water lotus are associated closely with Buddhism and therefore is an important cultural symbol in Thailand. You will also seen many statues and monuments of the elephant.
-Respect all Buddha Images
-Dress properly when visiting a temple
-Treat monks with the highest respect
-Try to learn a few Thai phrases
its an experience one must have...stay there at any cost. its totally worth it in every way u can...more
This is probably one of the few resorts in this area with character. a) The hospitality is...more
168 Moo1 Rojana Road, Tambol Tanu, Aumphur U-Thai, Ayutthaya, Thailand
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