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The Monkey Buffet Festival is quite an unique festival in the very cultural country of Thailand. Set up in the province of Lopburi, North of Bangkok, the Monkey Buffet Festival is held for the benefit of the monkeys. 4000 kilograms of fruits, vegetables, cakes, candies is set down in front of temples on tables, in pyramid or just on a simple mat for the delight of the 3000 monkeys living in the area.
Read more : http://www.thailandtravel.co/en/thailand-info/news-and-events/monkey-buffet-festival-2015.html
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A survey conducted by Assumption University of 532 foreign business owners, investors and tourists from Sept 2-5 has shown that the majority of tourists to Thailand were satisfied, rather than terrified of the ongoing political conflict between the Peoples Alliance for Democracy and Samak Sundaravejs government.
Read more : http://www.thailandtravel.co/en/thailand-info/news-and-events/survey-majority-of-tourists-to-thailand-satisfied-%E2%80%93-not-terrified.html
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At the end of October people from all around Thailand visit river near Phon Phisai to witness a true phenomenon the Naga Fireballs. Totally unexplained, great balls of fire rise up through the water and shoot into the air time and time again. A very eerie spectacle, there has been some debate amongst cynics that the whole thing is staged by the Tourism Authority of Thailand! Hardly likely  witness the spectacle for yourself.
Read more : http://www.thailandtravel.co/en/thailand-info/festivals-and-events/naga-fireball-phenomenon-in-nong-khai.html
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Also known as “The Roof of Thailand”, Doi Inthanon National Park covers an area of 482 km² in Chiang Mai province north of Thailand. The park is part of the Himalayan mountain range, elevation ranges between 800 and 2565 meters with the highest peak at Doi Inthanon which is the highest mountain in Thailand. Due to the high altitude, the park has high humidity and cold weather all year round. Mid day temperatures are normally around 10-12 °C.
Read more : http://www.thailandtravel.co/en/national-parks/doi-inthanon-national-park.html
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The island of Phuket has long been misunderstood. Firstly, the ‘h’ is silent. Ahem. And secondly, Phuket doesn’t feel like an island at all. It’s so huge (the biggest in Thailand) that you rarely get the sense that you’re surrounded by water, which is probably the reason why Ko (meaning ‘island’) was dropped from its name. Dubbed the ‘pearl of the Andaman’ by marketing execs, this is Thailand’s original flavour of tailor-made fun in the sun.
Read more : http://www.thailandtravel.co/en/destinations/phuket.html
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