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Background Celadon is a Lanna (Northern Thai) style of pottery; coated in a natural, transparent, jade-colored glaze. The glaze has a striking, ‘cracked’ design, resembling natural jade, which is considered an auspicious material. The pottery is fired until its texture resembles real stone. This technique also creates the unique, light blue-green and jade-green patterns, for which Celadon is known. The French word, Celadon, comes from a combination of the Sanskrit words ‘sila’, meaning rock, and ‘don’, meaning green. The rich, green color is produced by mixing hardwood ash with topsoil, and then glazing the pottery in an oxygen reducing kiln

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Who in the world wouldn’t want to pet an elephant? Many may fall in love with these massive creatures, seemingly adorable friends in the eyes of foreign tourists. Therefore, it is no surprise that a visit to an elephant farm is included within many dream itineraries. Patara Elephant Farm’s mission is to contribute to the expansion of Thai elephant breeding. Every elephant here is taken care of amongst the natural green nature, the true environment where elephants belong. The elephants are individually tended to by their buddy mahout. The philosophy of Patara Elephant Farm is to encourage people to love

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Mrigadayavan Palace is a former royal residence and tourist attraction which one of palace allowed people to visit. The Palace is known as Love and Hope Palace where is telling about Royal love story. The Palace is located on the coast of Cha-Am beach facing and along the sea in Cha-Am district, Phetchaburi Province. Approximate 190 kilometers from the center of Bangkok. The History of The Palace Mrigadayavan Palace was built by King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) that to be his summer palace for getaway, his intention was to create a house using minimal funding and looks simple. The construction of this beautiful beachfront palace was built in 1923 and finished in

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FAMILY DESTINATION Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya is located in the central region of Thailand. Ayutthaya is an ancient city rich in history and dotted with ancient heritage sites telling stories of its glorious and unique past. A trip to Ayutthaya is full of intriguing options to be enjoyed including educational activities and sightseeing choices fit for even the young ones in your family. The location is convenient, as it is not too far from Bangkok, and can easily be fit into a day’s travel plans due to the convenient roads and transportation going to and from the area. Family Route

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Wat Phra Kaew has the formal name is Wat Phra Sri Rattana Satsadaram, which means the residence of the Holy Jewel Buddha. So, The temple known as ‘The temple of Emerald Buddha’. Wat Phra Kaew is located within the precincts of the Grand Palace in Phra Nakhon District of Bangkok, the capital of Thailand. Wat Phra Kaew or Wat Phra Sri Rattana Satsadaram is considered a sacred place that provides protection for the kingdom and serve as a venue for making merit of The Royal ceremony. History Wat Phra Kaew was built in the reign of Rama I (Phra Phutthayotfa Chulalok) who

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