A romantic moment during the marriage proposal of a Japanese couple turned into a scary drama. A Japanese man chose the Yi Peng Lantern Festival in Chiang Mai as the location to propose to his loving girlfriend but the romantic moment was almost ruined when low-flying lanterns crashed into them and almost set them on fire. The marriage proposal video of the Japanese couple went viral after the woman posted it on her Twitter account @tailovene . The video shows the couple in the middle of the field with other people surrounding them releasing lanterns into the sky. Some of the lanterns failed to take flight, consequently, two smashed into the Japanese woman while another just missed her. It was lucky that her body or clothes were not burned. Another picture reveals her boyfriend proposing to her at the event. The woman said in the caption… “It was supposed to be romantic, but it was full of screaming in reality. There were fires everywhere. The temple was … [Read more...] about Japanese couple’s Lantern Festival romantic marriage proposal ends in drama
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Tourism officials have launched a new campaign promoting sunny Thailand in cloudy London as winter approaches. A London double-decker bus now has the Tourism Authority of Thailand ( TAT )’s “amazing THAILAND” logo written across it in pink. Beneath the logo are images of boats in the sea, with the hashtags #AmazingThailand and #AlwaysWarm, as seen in photos by Pattaya Mail . TAT’s new advertisement promotes Thailand’s eastern province of Rayong, as well as Pak Meng Island in Trang province. TAT is in the midst of launching several new campaigns to draw tourists to the ‘land of smiles’. Earlier this month, TAT revealed a deal to bring more tourists to the kingdom from the United States and boost the nation’s ailing economy. TAT is also planning several campaigns focused on Chiang Mai , hoping to draw visitors to the world-renowned province during the High Season from November to March. The campaigns promote Chiang Mai’s craftsmanship, eateries, temples, … [Read more...] about TAT promotes itself on London bus
https://youtu.be/2kRDnypF9S4 Thailand is one of Asia’s most popular tourist destinations, thanks to its rich culture, delectable cuisine, and sun-kissed beaches. But, aside from the fascinating sights, another significant benefit draws visitors from all over the world. Thailand is also extremely reasonably priced! But why? We listed a few reasons. Why is Thailand so cheap? Thailand is reasonably priced for the average tourist. Living expenses and day-to-day purchases are significantly lower than in other Western countries. This means you can see sights, eat delicious food, and stay in friendly hotels for a fraction of the price of other popular tourist destinations. We’ll review the costs and expenses of travelling in Thailand to help you budget for your trip. Which Place in Thailand is the Cheapest? Thailand has numerous cities, villages, and islands that are inexpensive to visit. In general, resort areas and tourist destinations are more expensive in terms of … [Read more...] about Why Is Thailand So Cheap?
https://youtu.be/s8AG7EQrau8 Phatthalung might not have the popular attractions in Chiang Mai or the touristy glitz of the islands, but that’s part of the appeal. Our list of the top Phatthalung attractions will help you find the best places to visit in this province. 1. Thale Noi Bird Sanctuary Photo By: planetware The first and largest wetlands reserve in Thailand is Thale Noi. One of the most popular activities in Phatthalung is taking a birding tour, which is ideal for tourists, researchers, and serious bird enthusiasts. Visitors can observe reed mat-making demonstrations and tour nearby villages in addition to opportunities to watch birds. October and March are when many birds are present and the plant life is most vibrant, making them the ideal time to visit. 2. Khao Ok Talu Photo By: planetware The mountaintop that looks over everything in this southern province may be its most recognizable feature. It’s simple to locate Khao Ok Talu. A … [Read more...] about Explore Thailand’s least visited city in the South!