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10 August 2010 :: 13:08:40 pm 34876

Nong Nuch Garden Organises Mothers Day Tribute Event

The Nong Nuch Tropical Garden in Sattahip will this year organise a special Queens Birthday (Mothers Day) tribute event it was announced on Monday. Admission is free for any mother attending the event with her child/children.
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Sattahip, the 8th of August 2010: Nongnuch Garden Director Dr. Kamphol Tonsatja in conjunction with Mr. Somchai Thongyungyuen (Na Jomtien Governor) and Mr. Niti Kongkrut (Pattaya TAT Director) have organised the National Mothers Day festivities in order to promote peace, love and loyalty to the Royal Family on the day of Her Majesty the Queen Sirikit’s birthday.

Along with the special promotion allowing all mothers free entry to the festival and garden exhibits, organisers have prepared a catalogue of fun activities and attractions for the benefit of visiting locals and tourists.

The highlight of the event we are informed will be a ceremony of harmony and motherly love organised by the local Elephant Camp and involving two of their young elephants. Many other activities and attractions have been organised for the special day, but have been kept a secret in order to surprise the numerous visiting guest who attend the Nong Nuch celebrations held every year.

In addition to the Nong Nuch celebrations, Mr. Chaichan Iamjaren (Sattahip Marshall) revealed that there would various other activities happening in the area on Mothers Day. He further encouraged people to take part and spread love, harmony and respect throughout the city on this most joyous of occasions.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Community News

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