Cultural Immersion

Bangkok – ‘The Thai Capital’ considered as a most populated city of Southeast Asia. In midst of concrete desert the city has saved its natural greenery with the places like Bang Krachao and Bang Khuntian. These beautiful places are rich in greenery and marine flora and fauna. The native people, like Pai who belongs to an agricultural community understands the importance of Mother Nature and realizes the potential of tourism opportunity in these places. Apart from ‘Classis Sea-View’ city also offers appetizing Thai food and seafood to its guests.

Key Points:

  • Enhancing the community-based tourism vibe was a lunch break at Uncle Son’s house for some local dishes prepared by his wife served in that communal Thai way which turns every meal into a family affair.
  • I’ve been hearing backpackers prattle on about the difference between tourists and travelers for many years. The traveler supposedly lives like a local.
  • The tourist lives like, well, a tourist. But times and tourism have changed enormously.

“this district of the capital has been blessed with a cornucopia of marine creatures, birds like Asian open bill storks and red kites, along with the city’s last tracts of mangrove forest and even some crab-eating macaques.”

Original Source: Cultural Immersion at Bangkok 101

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