World Heritage Sites Of Thailand Thailand Government

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World Heritage Sites Of Thailand  by  Thailand Government

World Heritage Sites Of Thailand by Thailand Government
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Thailand has 5 World Heritage sites: 3 cultural, 2 natural. All five sites are definitely worth a visit and will show you a side of Thailand you may have never seen before - especially if you have only visited Bangkok, Pattaya, or Phuket.Ayutthaya orMoreThailand has 5 World Heritage sites: 3 cultural, 2 natural. All five sites are definitely worth a visit and will show you a side of Thailand you may have never seen before - especially if you have only visited Bangkok, Pattaya, or Phuket.Ayutthaya or Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya is a province in the Central Plains of Thailand, located just north of Bangkok.

In the heart of Thai people, however, the city is their old town – the former capital before Bangkok came to be – in which their own history is restored.Ban Chiang, a small village in Nong Han district, Udon Thani province, became famous, known in every corner of the world as a prehistoric community with agriculture, animal domestication, metallurgical expertise, and unique painted pottery.Sukhothai was the ancient capital of the first Thai kingdom and the prominent era in Thai history.

Sukhothai remains still the name of a modern province of Thailand.The Dong Phayayen – Khao Yai Forest Complex consists of Khao Yai National Park, Thap Lan National Park, Pang Sida National Park, Ta Phraya National Park and Dong Yai Wildlife Sanctuary. The complex covers a combined area of 6,155 square kilometers, which is large enough for herds of elephants to feed and for tigers to establish their territories.Thung Yai-Huai kha khaeng Wildlife Sanctuaries are the most abundant forest reserves in Thailand.

Karen ethnic people in the west of the country and experienced hunter from town and city have known for long that these sanctuaries are home to a variety of wildlife animals, especially Asiatic or Wild Water Buffalo.



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