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84 Perspectives of Thailand in Women's Eyes (Part II)
The South Thailand trip of the mega familiarization project, to venerate Her Majesty Queen Sirikit of Thailand and to honor her vision, took participants to the Coastal Fisheries Research Center and Mangrove Forest Study Center with the “hands on” mangrove planting and Outer Shell Crab release activities. In this case, getting your hands dirty can be fun and definitely worth the cause!
They visited a homestay village, learned about rubber, rice, coconut and even lobster cultivation, and also tried batik painting and the must-do Thai cuisine briefing, cooking and tasting.
The Northeast or Isan trip featured sericulture, which is Her Majesty’s favorite subject.She employed it to help many households generate sustainable income and at the same time conserve indigenous culture and way of life. Another fabric of fame is the cotton used for indigo dyeing and styling. The visit to the UNESCO World Heritage site at Ban Chiang showed participants the unearthed pottery in ancient spiral designs, discovered by the son of the US Ambassador who visited the area in 1966.
Both south and northeast Thailand trips featured meals and special functions with deep cultural elements and folk entertainment which truly represent the locations in a most genuine fashion.
Attractive and creative photographs and video clips uploaded by the 84 writers, bloggers, and photographers from 32 countries can be viewed on Instagram with the caption #84perspectivesofthailand and Youtube, among other social media.
Thailand offers a plethora of experiential activities and attractions of our deep-rooted culture which are always of interest to both women and men alike.
Incentive travel and special interest programs can certainly feature some of the unique indigenous attractions on visits to Thailand that will be fondly remembered for a long time.
Contact CDM for memorable and successful events in Thailand, Mr Sumate Sudasna at email@example.com