Opening up the Andaman Trang Thailand Travel Guide
Thailand Travel Guide Opening up the Andaman Trang

Opening up the Andaman Trang Thailand Travel GuideWith the monsoon season drawing to an end and clear skies becoming more abundant, Thailand’s Southern provinces have already started welcoming tourists. To extend an extra warm welcome, Trang’s Tourist Business Association is throwing an “Opening-up Trang Sea” festival at Pak Meng Beach this weekend. The good news is that you don’t have to rush off so as not to miss the fest. In fact, you can join the event until late May next year. For details about Trang, contact Tourism Authority of Thailand Southern Region-Office 2 at 075-346-515/6 or fax 075-346-517.

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Cultural Chanthaburi Thailand Travel Guide

Cultural Chanthaburi Thailand Travel GuideFrom November 1 to 10, Chanthaburi takes centre stage as it plays host to a major event hosted by the Cultural Councils of 26 provinces in Central Thailand and the National Cultural Committee. The event – “Muang Chan Phanphee Witheethai” – presents long-established Thai customs in the provinces. The programme includes a variety of cultural performances from all over the country. “Muang Chan Phanphee Witheethai” is being held at three separate venues: Chanthaburi central stadium, Sala Prachakhom and Samliam Thungnachei ground. For more information, contact the Chanthaburi Cultural Council at 039-333-164 or 039-332-072

World of Seafood in Phuket Thailand Travel Guide

World of Seafood in Phuket Thailand Travel GuideSeafood fans take note, the “Five Wonders of Phuket International Seafood Festival” kicks off on December 1. Hosted by many sponsors including the Phuket Provincial Office, the Tourism Authority of Thailand Southern Region, and private organisations, the festival aims to encourage tourism in Phuket and to demonstrate Phuket’s efficiency in hosting an international event. This year, the venue will be Patong Beach and Loma Park in Kathu District. There will be booths from various hotels, restaurants, bakeries, and souvenir shops, along with interesting activities. Highlights include the world’s longest line of seafood displayed on ice by 109 chefs from around the world, a sculpture made from 180 blocks of giant lobster by the Hotel Artists Club, and spectacular fireworks at the closing ceremony. The festival runs until December 5. For more information, call 076-211-036, 076-212-213 or 076-217-138.

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