Thailand

Thailand is in the Southeast of Asia, with Laos and Cambodia to the east and the Gulf of Thailand and Malaysianextto Burma (Myanmar) on its west. The capital is Bangkok, the country's official language is Thai. In touristic resorts people also speak the English language. The history of Thailand is estimated to be dating 10,000 years, up to the paleolithic era. Visitors will encounter super-rich archaeological sites of cultural heritage. The temples of worship of Buddha abound in the region, contributing to the exotic environment of the place. Thailand is the only country in Southeast Asia that avoided colonization, thus preserving the history and cultural heritage. The ancient monuments, temples and deserted cities all attest to the magnificent past of Thailand, a wonderful destination for your holidays. The historical treasures match with the wonderful nature. Thailand has many picturesque islands and beaches as well as 90 national parks and an amazing wildlife. The Thais are renowned for their friendliness and smile .

Sunday, October 30, 2011

น้ำทวมทีามหลวง เป็นสถานการณ์ปกติของที่นี่

ที่มีปรากฎการณ์น้ำขึ้นน้ำลงเป็นปกติ เพียงแต่ช่วงนี้น้ำมากกว่าทุกปีเท่านั้นเอง ขึ้นไม่กี่ชั่วโมงก็ลดจนแห้งแล้ว ที่สังเกตเห็นคือชาวบ้านแถบนี้ไม่เห็นเขาตื่นตะหนกตกใจอะไรเลย สนุกสนานด้วยซ้ำ ยังทำมาหากินเหมือนเดิม บางทีไปคิดแทนชาวบ้านว่าเขากลัวน้ำเลยกั้นน้ำกันสุดฤทธิ์ ก็อาจคิดผิดก็นะ ปล่อยมาเลย เฉลี่ยเท่าๆกัน ภาพเมื่อ 30/10/2554   CBN PRESS

Friday, October 21, 2011

Phrathat Prasit












The sacred stupa houses the chest bone relic of the Lord Buddha. It is located 98 km. from Nakhon Phanom. Visitors can use Highway 212, via Amphoe Tha Uthen, turn left into Highway 2032 to Amphoe Si Songkhram for another 72 km.
 

Saturday, October 15, 2011

Canals dredging done

Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra's order for five canals dredged to help speed up waterflowinto the sea in samut prakan is now completed, said samut Prakan governor cherdsak chusri.
rovince's personnel, local authorities and the army cooperated in dredging all five canals 24 hours a day. Hyacinths floating in canals are also scooped up to help speed up the waterflow.

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Wat Mahathat


 The temple was built since the year 607 by Phraya Maha Ammat, the army leader from Vientiane. It houses an important stupa, Phrathat Nakhon. The square-based stupa is 5.85 metres wide and 24 metres high. The temple also has a very beautiful Phra Ubosot. Wat Mahathat is located on Sunthon Wichit Road, in Mueang Nakhon Phanom Municipality.
 

Sunday, October 9, 2011