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  1. Thailand - Culture Smart!: the essential guide to customs & culture by Roger Jones, 2006-09-05
  2. Culture Shock! Thailand: A Survival Guide to Customs and Etiquette by Robert Cooper, 2008-09
  3. Culture and Customs of Thailand (Culture and Customs of Asia) by Arne Kislenko, 2004-05-30
  4. Thailand Condensed: 2000 Years of History & Culture by Ellen London, 2008-09-01
  5. Thailand (Cultures of the World) by Jim Goodman, 2002-10
  6. State Power & Culture in Thailand (Southeast Asia Studies Monograph Series)
  7. Succeed in Business: Thailand (Culture Shock! Success Secrets to Maximize Business) by Bea Toews, Bea Towes, et all 1998-09-01
  8. Thailand (Discovering Cultures) by Dana Meachen Rau, 2007-02-28
  9. Love Entrepreneurs: Cross-Culture Relationship Deals in Thailand by Phil Nicks, Alan Hall, et all 2009-10-15
  10. Foods of Thailand (Taste of Culture) by Barbara Sheen, 2006-06-15
  11. Thailand (Culture In…)
  12. Doing Business With Thailand (Global Business Series) by Paul Leppert, 1997-01
  13. Rising China and Asian Democratization: Socialization to "Global Culture" in the Political Transformations of Thailand, China, and Taiwan (Contemporary Issues in Asia and Pacific) by Daniel Lynch, 2008-08-21
  14. Woman, Man, Bangkok: Love, Sex, and Popular Culture in Thailand (World Social Change) by Scot BarmZ, 2002-08

1. Thailand Culture History And Archaeology - Archaeology Of Thailand
Thailand Culture History and Archaeology The modern country of Thailand has a long cultural history, including a significant portion of the Angkor civilization. On this page
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    The modern country of Thailand has a long cultural history, including a significant portion of the Angkor civilization. On this page, you'll find culture history, archaeological sites, and other information related to the past of Thailand.
    Ban Chiang - Early Bronze Age Village in Thailand
    In the northeastern part of Thailand, at the confluence of three small tributary streams in Udon Thani province, lies the Bronze Age village and cemetery site of Ban Chiang.
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    The archaeological site of Ban Chiang is a Bronze Age village and cemetery site in Udon Thani province of Thailand. zSB(3,3)
    Ban Lum Khao
    Ban Lum Khao is a Bronze Age cemetery site; the site is written by Charles Higham on the Origins of Angkor project.
    Ban Lum Khao
    Ban Lum Khao is an early Angkor civilization site, located in the Mun River valley of northeast Thailand. The site was settled during the late Neolithic, but used throughout the Iron Age (ca 2500 BC-AD 400)
    Ban Na Di
    Ban Na Di is a Copper Age settlement and cemetery in Thailand (1313-903 BC), including sixty burials.

    2. Thailand Culture
    Culture Thailand society and Thai lifestyle in Thailand Thailand Search Engine Travel guide and daily Thailand news In English. Discount hotels.
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    Although a firm religious way of life is popular in Thailand, this doesn't mean the Thai citizens don't know how to have a good time. In fact, Thailand culture is quite well
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    4. Thailand Culture In Thailand
    Thailand Culture. Thai culture is a unique variant of many cultures in Asia. Lying between the two great hubs of Asian civilization, China and India, it is not surprising to
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    Thai culture is a unique variant of many cultures in Asia. Lying between the two great hubs of Asian civilization, China and India, it is not surprising to see the significant traces of Hindu and Chinese cultures in Thai culture, too. Through a long course of times, the Thai people have developed their own characteristic culture that rooted in Thai society.

    5. Thailand Culture & Tradition: The Way Of Life And Customs In Central Thailand By
    Thailand Culture and Tradition, Be acquainted with tje different facets of Thai life in the different regions of Thailand
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    IN 4 REGIONS CENTRAL REGION THE NORTH EAST THE NORTH THE SOUTH Thailand is a country of scenic diversity and ancient traditions, of tranquil temples and modern urban excitement. With and independent history going back more than seven centuries, it has managed to absorb a variety of cultural influences and blend them into something uniquely and memorably Thai. Each of its four major region offers a distinctive experience for the traveler in search of discovery. Misty mountains in the north shelter verdant valleys and exotic hill tribes, while in centers like Chiang Mai traditional customs and crafts have been preserved over generations. Along the picturesque coastlines of the east and south lie some of the world's most beautiful beaches and off-shore islands, each with its own beauty. Scattered over the northeastern plateau are superb khamer monuments from the time of Angkor Wat and natural parks teeming with wild life. In the Central Region can be found the evocative ruins of ancient Thai capitals and bustling Bangkok with its dynamic and countless pleasures.

    6. Thailand Culture
    Culture Thailand society and Thai lifestyle in Thailand Thailand Search Engine Travel guide and daily Thailand news In English. Discount hotels.
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    7. Culture Of Thailand - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    The culture of Thailand incorporates cultural beliefs and characteristics indiginenous to the area known as modern day Thailand coupled with much influence from ancient India, China
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    Culture of Thailand
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article needs additional citations for verification
    Please help improve this article by adding reliable references . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed (May 2009) Statue of a mythical Kinnon at Wat Phra Kaew , Bangkok The culture of Thailand incorporates cultural beliefs and characteristics indiginenous to the area known as modern day Thailand coupled with much influence from ancient India, China, Cambodia, along with the the neighbouring pre-historic cultures of Southeast Asia . It is influenced primarily by Animism Hinduism Buddhism , as well as by later migrations from China , and southern India
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    A depiction of a white elephant in 19th century Thai art Main article: Thai art Thai visual art was traditionally primarily Buddhist Thai Buddha images from different periods have a number of distinctive styles. Thai temple art and architecture evolved from a number a sources, one of them being Khmer architecture . Contemporary Thai art often combines traditional Thai elements with modern techniques.

    8. Thailand Culture & Tradtion By ThailandServicedApartments.com
    Thailand is a country of scenic diversity and ancient traditions, of tranquil temples and modern urban excitement. With and independent history going back more than seven
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    IN 4 REGIONS
    CENTRAL REGION THE NORTH EAST THE NORTH THE SOUTH
    Thailand is a country of scenic diversity and ancient traditions, of tranquil temples and modern urban excitement. With and independent history going back more than seven centuries, it has managed to absorb a variety of cultural influences and blend them into something uniquely and memorably Thai. Each of its four major region offers a distinctive experience for the traveler in search of discovery. Misty mountains in the north shelter verdant valleys and exotic hill tribes, while in centers like Chiang Mai traditional customs and crafts have been preserved over generations. Along the picturesque coastlines of the east and south lie some of the world's most beautiful beaches and off-shore islands, each with its own beauty. Scattered over the northeastern plateau are superb khamer monuments from the time of Angkor Wat and natural parks teeming with wild life. In the Central Region can be found the evocative ruins of ancient Thai capitals and bustling Bangkok with its dynamic and countless pleasures.

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    9. Thai American Student Organization
    Student organization whose goal is to increase awareness on campus about Thailand and its culture, people, attractions, language. Includes information on activities, alumni, membership and events and contact details.
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    10. Thailand Culture
    Uncommon insight into visiting Thailand, what it is like, the real Thailand culture, and where the best stuff is.
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    Welcome to the official guide of Thailand Culture
    Thailand Culture is a blog dedicated to providing information on the culture of Thailand, including many facts about Thailand, Thai people, the history of Thailand, Thailand news, Thailand maps, Thailand real estate, the Thailand flag, and of course travelling to Thailand. On the Thailand Culture blog you will experience Thailand online as you would visiting or living in Thailand, especially Bangkok. You will learn how to cook Thai food, Thai recipes, Thai massage, Thai boxing or Muai Thai and many culture of Thailand. You will learn about different sights and attractions in Thailand and Bangkok that are suitable for family vacation in Thailand. The Thailand Culture information website is updated regularly. Please use the blog menus or search above to navigate this website. If you cannot find what you are looking for, you can also email us through the contact page above. Enjoy your time in Thailand! Posted in Thai Culture Tags: Bangkok culture of thailand learn thai muai thai ...
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    12. Thailand: Thai Language, Religion, Culture, Customs And Etiquette
    Intercultural guide to Thai culture, society, language, etiquette, manners, customs and protocol.
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    Thailand - Thai Language, Culture, Customs and Etiquette
    Facts and Statistics Location: Southeastern Asia, bordering the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand, southeast of Burma Capital: Bangkok Climate: tropical; rainy, warm, cloudy southwest monsoon (mid-May to September); dry, cool northeast monsoon (November to mid-March); southern isthmus always hot and humid Population: Ethnic Make-up: Thai 75%, Chinese 14%, other 11% Religions: Buddhism 95%, Muslim 3.8%, Christianity 0.5%, Hinduism 0.1%, other 0.6% (1991) Government: constitutional monarchy Languages in Thailand The Thai language is comprised of 44 consonants, 32 vowels and five tones in Thai pronunciation, along with a script that has Indian origins. The Thai language, belonging to the Tai family, is the main language in Thailand although there are several regional dialects as well. Other languages spoken in Thailand are Chinese, Lao, Malay and Mon-Khmer, while English use is becoming more prevalent in government and commerce. English is also being taught as a second language in secondary school and universities, which enables the English speaking visitor in Thailand to have little trouble conversing. The Wai . The wai is the common form of greeting and adheres to strict rules of protocol.
    . Raising both hands, palms joined with the fingers pointing upwards as if in prayer, lightly touching the body somewhere between the chest and the forehead, is the standard form.

    13. Thailand Culture, Thailand People And Customs
    Thai culture and customs. About the people of Thailand. What are the customs of Thailand? Thailand cultural customs. Thailand religion and customs. Thailand engagement and
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    Thainess There is not really a Thai word for culture. If you ask Thai people to describe Thai culture they will most likely answer with descriptions of traditional Thai music dance or theatre Informality and general friendliness in relationships of all age, economic and social groups characterize the Thai culture and people. Thai people are tolerant of almost all kinds of behaviour and never expect foreigners to understand the intricacies of Thai social customs. But by following a few simple rules for conduct, and adopting a few Thai ways, you can quickly and easily gain respect from the people in Thailand.
    A Thai greeting
    In Thailand people do not normally say 'good morning', 'good afternoon', 'good evening' or 'good night'. They greet each other with the word Sawadee , and instead of shaking hands, they put their palms together in a prayer-like gesture and bow slightly. It is customary for the younger or lower in status to begin the greeting. When taking leave, the same word and procedure is repeated.

    14. Thailand People And Culture
    Gain insight into Thailand culture, customs, traditions, and common traits of the people in Thailand.
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    15. Thai Culture Tips
    A summary of Thai culture to help you avoid common gaffes, with links to more in depth articles about Thailand
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    The culture of Thailand has many quirks that are far too numerous to list here. However, this page is intended as a brief guide to help you avoid the most obvious and common gaffes. One of the most common faux pas committed by foreigners in Thailand is neglecting to remove their shoes when entering people's homes, temples and some shops. It cannot be underestimated how important this is to remember. Always, without fail, you must remove your footwear before entering someone's home and while first time visitors to Thailand may be forgiven for their mistake, it is most certainly frowned upon if you forget this. On the subject of feet, in Thai culture , it is considered rude to show people the bottom of your feet. Sitting at a train station relaxing with your feet up on your bags pointing upwards for the world to see with result in dirty looks and you will appear ignorant to the local customs. You should remember this at all times and it is also considered very poor manners indeed to nudge someone with your feet to get their attention. The Thai National Anthem is played daily at 08:00 HRS and 18:00 HRS on television and radio. When in any train or bus station anywhere in Thailand at these times, you will also hear the national anthem played on the dot and everybody will stop what they are doing and stand to attention, without exception. You should do the same out of respect and those around you will most certainly appreciate the gesture.

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    17. Thailand Culture | Thai Cultural Life
    Thailand Culture Society. Thailand is located at the meeting point of the two great cultural systems of Asia, Chinese and Indian.
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    18. Culture - Thailand - Asia
    culture, thailand, asia Thailand, Culture. In the 13th century two Thai chiefs united to form the kingdom of Sukhothai, the first Thai state.
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    In the 13th century two Thai chiefs united to form the kingdom of Sukhothai, the first Thai state. Lasting until the 15th century, Sukhothai set forth a cultural foundation that developed throughout Thailandís history and continues today. Under Ramkhamhaeng, who ruled over Sukhothai during the late 13th century and greatly expanded its territory, the kingdom experienced a period of artistic growth. Ramkhamhaeng is credited with developing the Thai alphabet and producing the first written inscription. The various people living within the kingdom were united in part by Theravada Buddhism, which had spread to the area from Sri Lanka (then Ceylon). Fostered by the tenets of this new religion, Sukhothai reached a golden age of artistic achievement during the 14th and 15th centuries. In this period, artisans produced artifacts of exceptional quality in stone, bronze, and fired clay. In the mid-14th century the kingdom of Ayutthaya was founded in southern Thailand. It rapidly became a major power in the region, ultimately absorbing the kingdom of Sukhothai as well as the Khmer (Cambodian) kingdom of Angkor. Located on an island in the Chao Phraya river with access to the sea, Ayutthaya lay well situated to serve as a port for the increasing regional trade and for religious pilgrimages and commercial ventures from Europe. Extended contact with foreign cultures and the solidarity of the kingdom inspired a flowering of the arts. Ayutthaya lasted until the second half of the 18th century, when it was sacked by the Burmese.

    19. Thailand - Culture
    Shadow Puppet Plays. Very seldom seen these days except in the south are the shadow puppet plays known as Nang Yai and Nang Thalung .
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    Best of Thailand Craft l Culture l Fruits l Games l Nang Yai Culture Shadow Puppet Plays Very seldom seen these days except in the south are the shadow puppet plays known as "Nang Yai" and "Nang Thalung". Nang Thalung is the more popular of the two where puppets crafted from cow hide have strings attached for better character movements. The puppeteers then move these along with the music and comical dialogs. Meanwhile, Nang Yai have become rather rare these days and the puppets are larger in size than those of the Nang Thalung. Traditional Thai Music Traditional Thai music is a blending of musical elements from a number of cultures, such as Chinese, Khmer, and Indian. This applies not only to the instruments but also to the melodies. Therefore Thai music can be said to be derivative. Notwithstanding that fact, Thai music has developed into a distinct form, which is regarded as belonging to the 'high' musical cultures of Southeast Asia. Khon Amongst the most famous of Thailand's cultural show is the Khon. Khon masked drama evolved in the royal court of Siam, although its roots lies in folk dances of the countryside. Here, performers don elaborate jeweled costumes; men wear masks and women gilded head-dresses. Music accompanies the dance and the dialog and songs are performed by an off-stage chorus.

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