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Taking you on a journey to savour the wine, cuisine, culture, golf and beauty of Thailand. Tour planning that offers a choice of adventure to suit you.
Taking you on a journey to savour the wine, cuisine, culture, golf and beauty of Thailand. Tour planning that offers a choice of adventure to suit you.

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Orbit Tours Thailand are offering some fantastic wine tours all over the beautiful country of Thailand and you can check them all out here http://www.thailand-wine-tours.com/
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Our new website has now been developed and is looking amazing, check us out for amazing holiday experiences in Thailand www.orbittoursthailand.com
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The Thailand golf Championship is next month and it's sure to be another fantastic year for this event with many star names competing
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Coming soon!!! our new and improved website "watch this space".......
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We have a fantastic 5 day beginner golf tuition package in Bangkok starting from 20,000 THB with a top PGA coach...... more to come
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We'll be right here......... :-)
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We at Orbit Tours Thailand love our King!!! we think its fantastic our the whole kingdom gathers as one entity to celebrate his reign!! :D

here's some information about it!! If you want to come and celebrate with us this year... get in touch and we can offer great discounted Hotel prices, Transfers, and loads of fun things to do whilst you're here !!! 

The King, born 5 December 1927) is the reigning King of Thailand. He is known as Rama IX. Having reigned since 9 June 1946, he is the world's longest-serving current head of state and the longest-reigning monarch in Thai history.

In Thailand, the King’s Birthday is celebrated across the Kingdom, it is a joyous occasion where the Thai nationals and culture seeking tourists, turn out in force to show their felicitation to the King.
Annually a series of ceremonies commemorate this magical occasion in the Kingdoms calendar stretching over 3 days from the 3-6 December.
On the first day, 3 December, H.M. the King proceeds to review the trooping the colours and the taking of the oath, receiving pledges of loyalty and honesty by the royal guards. On 4  December, at Sala Dusitalai in the Dusit Royal Palace, the King grants an audience to groups of people representing a cross-section of the entire society, who come to offer their birthday wishes. On 5 December, the King’s birthday anniversary, the most important royal ceremonies evolve. In the morning, the King proceeds to the Amarin Winichai Throne Hall in the Grand Palace to receive in audience the members of the Royal Family and subjects as well as government officials, while soldiers fire salutes in his honour. In the afternoon, the King graciously bestows titles to some high-ranking Buddhist monks before listening to the citing of Buddhist sermons. In addition, the King grants an audience to Chinese and Annamite monks at Wat Phra Si Rattana Satsadaram, to receive their blessings and to present them with offerings, Thereafter, the King has money handed to all his old royal attendants. On this occasion, a greeting book is provided at the Grand Palace for well-wishers to convey their felicitation for the King.
 
Another Buddhist ceremony is held on 6 December at the Amarin Winichai Throne Hall, where the King offers alms to monks and listens to their citing of sermons. Then, he graciously advises his royal family members to release various kinds of aquatic animals into the Chao Phraya River at the Ratchaworadit Royal Pier.
Besides royal ceremonies as mentioned, several activities in support of public charities are held to celebrate this important event, both through private initiative and by government agencies.
The Prime Minister, Royal Thai Government, hosts a festive reception in celebration of the His Majesty the King’s Birthday Anniversary, known as Samosorn Sannibat, freely translated as the ‘propitious congregation’, at Government House, on 7 December. This event, Samosorn Sannibat, is graced by the presence of members of the Royal Family and attended by invited guests, including eminent personages of the Kingdom and foreign dignitaries.
In the year 1960, H. M. the King’s birthday anniversary was decreed an important day for the Thai nation by Field Marshal Sarit Thanarat, the then prime minister of Thailand. Up to now, it is a Thai national day, a most important event in the life of the Thai People. For a great selection of places to stay with discount prices visit Bangkok Hotels for more information.
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Vineyards in Thailand are open all year round, so why not plan something special, unique and ultimately satisfying for your next holiday in Asia? www.thailand-wine-tours.com
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Are you feeling the chill of winter? If you are, then you must try this authentic Thai hot & sour soup recipe known in Thailand as TOM YUM mmmmmm add prawns for a delicious kick!
If this doesn't warm you up then nothing will!
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