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         The Phra Phuttha Chinnarat is one of the most renowned Buddha images in Thailand. The  Phra Phuttha Chinnarat is in the temple of Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat located in Phitsanulok. The people call the temple “Wat Yai” that can be translated to Big Temple in english.

           

          

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Phra Somdet Amulets Models and Prints.

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            Phra Somdet Amulets is the most famous amulet in Thailand. There is an article dedicated to this fact on our website, along with the reasonings to why Phra Somdet Amulets are also one of the most expensive amulets in today's market.

           

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Places in Bangkok to pray for love.

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            Are you looking for that special someone in your life? Time to say goodbye to those days of being single. If you don’t seem to find love easily or having luck about it, maybe a prayer will help.

            Bangkok is a sleepless city. People are busy with their lives where finding romance can be difficult. If love does not come in your way, before giving it up, why not try to pray for one? There are beliefs that praying to gods will help one to find love. Fortunately, there are many places in Bangkok. We came up with the most well-known places for you to visit.

           

          

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            Once in a lifetime, everyone would like to visit different places that are far from their hometown. When people are not a local of that place, they would either be called “tourists”, “guests”, “travellers” or “visitors”. This means that you might not know much about the place you are visiting. Being guests in other countries is a serious issue to consider, especially when the country you are visiting has different culture and tradition to yours.

            

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               Songkran is Thailand's most famous festival of celebration. The Songkran festival attracts thousands of visitors from all over the world each year. Locals and visitors celebrate the festival by splashing each other on the road with water guns and buckets of water. The festival takes place in the hottest time of the year making the water splashing a big relief to help cool off the heat and give the visitors in the water festival an exciting time to remember. In this article we will take a look at the brief history of Songkran festival and the beliefs that go along with it. Also, we will take a look at the destinations in Bangkok that is popular and is recommended for you to visit when coming to Thailand to celebrate the exciting festival of Songkran.

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