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24 August 2007 :: 14:08:41 pm 25589

Five regions of cultural road for tourists in Chonburi at Bali Hai Pier

To celebrate His Majesty The King’s 80th Birthday on 5 December 2007, Chonburi Province has opened the "Five Regions of Cultural Road for Tourists in Chonburi" at Bali Hai Pier from 23 –26 August.
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On 23 August 2007, at Bali Hai Pier, Mr. Pracha Tae-Rat, Mayor of Chonburi Province, chaired the opening of “Five Regions of Cultural Road for Tourists in Chonburi” to celebrate the 80 th birthday of His Majesty The King. The opening was attended by the Cultural Minister of Jordan and his wife.

At the opening, Mr. Pracha Tae-Rat led the blessing to His Majesty, The King, before the Blessing Dance from Jantaburi Dancing Art College; and followed by Folklore Art performance from Jordan, part of an exchange of culture project between Jordan and Thailand.

There are many displays and activities on offer, including: Culture of The North, Northeast, South, Central and the East Regions of Thailand. In addition, there are exhibits about tourism in Chonburi Province such as: Baan Sukhawadee, Nong Nuch Tropical Village, Million Year Stone park, the Crocodile Farm, Sriracha Tiger Zoo, Khao Keaw Open Zoo, Tiffany Cabaret, Alcazar Cabaret and the Sanctuary Castle. There is also Arts in the Open Field for youth and students to join in the activities and present their works of art under patronage of the Cultural Ministry.

The purpose of the “Five Regions of Cultural Road for Tourists in Chonburi” is to celebrate the 80th Birthday of His Majesty, The King, which is on 5 December 2007, and to promote tourism to Chonburi Province in order to use culture to foster better understanding among different cultures.

Reporter : PDN staff   Photo : PDN staff   Category : Tourism News

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