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Music. Foods Rice - jasmine or sticky C urries - r ed/green paste with coconut milk Papaya Salad - spicy, sweet, salty, sour Pad Thai – fried noodle Tom Yam - spicy and sour soup Nam Prik - herbs & spices dipping sauce. The Culture of Thailand.

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Music

  • Foods
  • Rice - jasmine or sticky
  • Curries- red/green paste with coconut milk
  • Papaya Salad - spicy, sweet, salty, sour
  • Pad Thai – fried noodle
  • Tom Yam- spicy and sour soup
  • Nam Prik- herbs & spices dipping sauce

The Culture of Thailand

Traditional music - instruments are influenced from Persian, India, and China.

http://studyinthailand.blogspot.com/2008_08_01_archive.html

Art

Traditional Theatre Play- include classical dance and drama

http://www.khanapakana.com/195/cuisine/thai

For More Information

http://www.lonelyplanet.com/maps/asia/thailand/

By: Caroline Lee

November 3, 2011

Sources and Websites:

https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/th.html

http://www.tourismthailand.org/about-thailand/

http://www.sawadee.com/

http://www.travelinthailand.org/thai-theater/

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Country Information

National Symbols

National Holidays

February 7 – MakhaBucha - celebrates Buddha’s first sermon in to his disciplines

April 6 - Chakri Day - celebrates the founding of the current dynasty, Rama I

April 13-15 – Songkarn - Thai New Year (Water Festival)

May 1 – National Labor Day

August 15- Queen’s Birthday/Mother Day

December 5 – King’s Birthday/Father Day

December 10 – Constitution Day - celebrate the date in 1932 when the country was granted its first constitution

Elephant –symbol for strength

http://www.worldatlas.com/webimage/flags/countrys/asia/thailand.htm

Facts about China

Location: Southeast Asia

Capital City: Bangkok

Population: 66,720,153

Currency: Thai Baht

Language: Thai

Religion: Buddhism

Government: Constitutional Monarchy

http://press.asiarooms.com/2011/10/page/6

Thai Sala/Pavilion – symbol for their architecture

http://www.visitorstothailand.com/ThaiUniqueness.html

http://travel.roro44.com/asia/Thailand-attraction787.html

http://tat-la.com/information/

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