A Visit to Surin Province Thailand
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Scenes of people and places in rural Surin Province in Thailand including conversations with some translations noted. Travel scenes along the route from Bangkok to rural Surin are included. A collection of photos follows the video.
There is a music track featuring Khmer-Surin music appropriately spaced between segments of native background audio.
Surin Tourist Attractions: 14 Top Places to Visit
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Top Places to visit in Surin:
Save Elephant Foundation - Surin Project, Ban Tha Sawang Silk Weaving Village, Surin National Museum, City Pillar Shrine, Phanom Sawai Forest Park, Wat Burapharam, Prasat Sikhoraphum, Prasat Ban Phluang, Prasat Phum Pon, Prasat Mueang Thi, Ban Taklang Elephant Village, Prasat Ban Phlai, The Monument of Phaya Surin Phakdi Si Narong Changwang, Queen Sirikit Sericulture Center
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Best Things To Do in Surin, Thailand
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List of Best Things to do in Surin, Thailand
Save Elephant Foundation - Surin Project
Ban Tha Sawang Silk Weaving Village
Surin National Museum
City Pillar Shrine
Surin Elephant Round-up
Phanom Sawai Forest Park
Queen Sirikit Sericulture Center
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Chong Chom Border Market on the Cambodian border, Surin, Thailand. A great place for cheap shopping!
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It has hundreds of shops and a huge range of goods, including clothes, sunglasses, furniture, electronic and electrical goods, Thai foods and street food, kitchen equipment, tools, CDs and DVDs, handbags, Buddhist items and statues, plants and garden tools, thousands of bicycles, and lots, lots more. Most items are very well priced.
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Loei, Thailand the Top Things To Do
Bordered by the mighty Mekhong River and mist-shrouded mountains, Loei has long been popular with Thai tourists, but still receives comparatively few international travelers. However, with all that the province has to offer, the secret may soon be out.
When visiting Loei, many people choose to head straight to Chiang Khan, famed for its laid-back charm and kitsch walking street. It is also a good base from which to explore nearby natural attractions, including un-spoilt national parks with their cool climates, lush pine forests and unique flora and fauna.
For those of you who don’t mind an early start, a visit to Phu Thok, which means isolated mountain, is a must-do whilst in Loei. Famed for its spectacular sunrises and ‘sea of fog’ views, this natural phenomenon is best viewed during winter months though good views are to be had all year-round. The area is also home to Wat Phu Thok; known locally as ‘stairways to heaven’, a popular spot for meditation in addition to offering striking views over the surrounding countryside.
For three days of the year the sleepy town of Dan Sai plays host to one of the most colourful and some would say spookiest festivals of its kind; Phi Ta Khon, or the ‘Ghost’ festival. Accompanied by raucous music and dancing, young men dressed as ghosts wearing huge colorful masks parade through the streets to worship spirits and ask for plentiful rain for the year ahead.
The annual event takes place between March and July, the exact dates being determined by the town’s spiritual mediums. If you can’t make the festival but are still interested in learning more, pay a visit to the Dansai Folk Museum, which provides information on the origins and significance of the Phi Ta Khon festival. At weekends you can also see demonstrations of how the festival masks are made.
With its unique climate, cultures and traditions, stunning natural attractions and colouful festivals, Loei is a province just waiting to be explored and is an up and coming ecotourism destination not to be missed, so come along and explore the wisdom of the mountains for yourself.
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surin green market thai
This time exeptionaly no aerial view from this video .
Just present short visit of Surin Green Market.
Its located in Surin City in Isan.
Veryfriendly place and nice product.
The Surin Green Market is organized every Saturday morning. Villagers who join the market must have their own business like selling O-Top products including silk, silverware and consumer goods. Products sold in the market must be agricultural products which are free from toxins. The Surin Green Market aims to tighten the relationship between the consumers in urban communities and local farmers. The Surin Green Market opens on Saturday from 6.00-14.00 hours in Surin Provincial Administrative organization area.
Where I am From by Topher Mohr and Alex Elena
Art Thomya, a Thai singer/songwriter, will show you LOCAL EXPERIENCE in SURIN, a border town in Northeastern Thailand, located next to Cambodia. This province is the birthplace of International Thai Boxing Star - Buakaw Banchamek and International actor - Tony Jaa. It is also renowned for being the world's largest Elephant Village. Art was accompanied by his local friends, who are eager to show you the charms of their hometown. Let's take this journey together!
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