Thailand Tourism Festival

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Thailand Tourism Festival
Sereechai Puttes/Time Out Bangkok

Thailand Tourism Festival 2018 by Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has just kicked off on 17 January at Lumpini Park. Taking half area of the park, this year's festival consists of 10 zones offering you new experiences related to travelling around the Kingdom of Thailand. There are craft and designed items from local artists and villagers, including those from local wisdoms; signature food and drinks from around the country; cultural showcases and live music from local talents; and activities and free workshops for you to join.

Other highlights include top quality products from five regions (North, East, Northeast, Central, and South) in five Thailand tourism villages, and Thai traditional performances like Khon, Likay, Lakhon Nai, and Lakhon Nok. You can also enjoy the Geo park where you can meet different size and type of dinosaur replicas, and take Insta-worthy photos with the dinosaurs and the village zones. However we'd recommend you not to go after 6pm because, you know, there will be so crowded.

By: Suthima Thongmark


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