Northeastern Thailand Local Customs

  • Local Customs
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  • Local Customs
    by dutchasiancouple
  • Local Customs
    by dutchasiancouple

Northeastern Thailand Local Customs

  • Tad Ton Waterfall break

    This daytrip is an ideal break between travel modules. You will spend the day in the shadow near the waterfalls of Tad Ton national park. The park offers a soothing natural setting with an abundance of trees and a gently flowing mountain creek. This is a popular recreation place for the locals. An ideal day for a swim, a pick nick, a sunbath and a...

  • Khon Kaen Silk Fair & Phuk Sieo Festival

    Khon Kaen Silk Fair & Phuk Sieo FestivalThailand has always been famous for its smooth lustrous silk. Khon Kaen is one of the best silk production areas in the Kingdom. Not surprisingly, Khon Kaen is the venue of a fair to promote silk weaving and sericulture industry.Adding to an already impressive list of exciting attractions in the city, Khon...

  • Why visit KHON KAEN?

    Why visit Khonkaen ?The more popular tourist destinations in Thailand are Bangkok, Pattaya, Phuket, and Chiangmai, but these places tend to be overly commercialized. If you want to go to a place where you can experience some of the local people, customs, and traditions, Isaan is the place to be. The real Thailand is outside the popular tourist...

  • Kids Love Songkran

    This is a more typical group "playing" Songkran and splashing passing cars and people with containers of water and water guns. LOL, you better keep your windows rolled up.

  • Songkran - Get a Free Shower

    It was the first day of Songkran, the Thai New Year and I was at the Ban Chiang National Museum. The tradition is to splash everyone but especially farangs (foreigners). You also get talcum powder on your face. It's really fun. The water feels good in the hot weather. It's hopeless to resist anyway. LOL, this guy had a large garden hose and really...

  • Making Merit at Sai-Ngarm

    You can make merit (tam bun) at Sai-Ngarm near Phimai by buying and releasing a bird, turtle or fish. The prices are in Thai baht (~40 baht per US$).

  • "Guilanging"

    After lunch, Mr. Pirom joined these ladies who were "guilanging," i.e., sitting and talking. This was in a small village near Prasat Chang Pae.

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