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The best way to learn about their culture, custom traditions and back ground of their history.  Explore the magical land with the suggestion the itinerary below  to discover Thailand "The most exotic country in Asia"

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  Ancient and Modern
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Sukhothai :  is the first truly independent ofThai kingdom since 1238. historical artifacts have demonstrated that Thai culture, most particularly the Thai alphabet and Thai language, originated in Sukhothai..
 
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 National Museum
 

The National Museum is the largest museum in Southeast Asia and an excellent place to learn about Thai art. All periods and styles are represented, from Dvaravati to Rattanakosin, and there's also a well-maintained collection of traditional musical instruments from Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Indonesia. Other permanent exhibits include ceramics, clothing and textiles, woodcarving, royal regalia, Chinese art and weaponry.

In addition to the exhibition halls, the museum grounds contain the restored Buddhaisawan (Phutthaisawan) Chapel. Inside the chapel (built in 1795) are some well-preserved original murals and one of the country's most revered Buddha images, Phra Buddha Sihing. Legend claims the image came from Ceylon, but art historians attribute it to the century Sukhothai period.

The museum buildings were originally built in 1782 as the palace of King Rama l's viceroy. King Rama V turned it into a museum in 1884. Taking a foreign-language tour will contribute greatly to your appreciation of Thailand's rich artistic history. The National Museum Bangkok is located on Na Phra That Road between Thammasat University and the National Theatre, and opposite Phramen Ground (Sanam Luang).

 
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