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A gallery of images depicting the many facets of the people and of life in Thailand Thailand.
  • Silhouette of Buddhas hand at Wat Saphan Hin in Sukhothai. The Sukhothai kingdom was an early Thai kingdom in north central Thailand. It existed from during the 13, 14, 15th centuries The.old capital is in ruins and is a Historical Park..View from Feb, 2007.
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  • Akha hill tribe woman in Chiang Rai province, Thailand. The Akha are the poorest of the hill tribes, well known to tourists for their extraordinary costumes and exotic appearance
    Hill Tribe
  • Old Akha hill tribe women in Chiang Rai province, Thailand. The Akha are the poorest of the hill tribes, well known to tourists for their extraordinary costumes and exotic appearance, the Akha originate from Tibet, and have only recently entered Thailand, the first immigrants arriving last century. They are less open to change than many other hilltribes, proudly retaining their old customs.
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  • Portrait of Karen Long Ear Woman Long Ear Hill Tribe, Thailand Mae Hong Son
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  • Long-Necked Karen (or Pa Dong tribe) is a hill - tribe living deep inside Myanmar border with thailand's Ban Nam Phiang Din. Women of this tribe wear brass rings on their necks and limbs. The number of the rings increases according to their ages. Their should blades are pressed lower and lower while their necks seem to be longer and longer.
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  • Akha hill tribe woman in Chiang Rai province, Thailand. The Akha are the poorest of the hill tribes, well known to tourists for their extraordinary costumes and exotic appearance, the Akha originate from Tibet, and have only recently entered Thailand, the first immigrants arriving last century. They are less open to change than many other hilltribes, proudly retaining their old customs., Iu Mien (also called Yao) hill tribe woman in northern Thailand. ..The Yao hail from southern  China, and at one time had considerable power within the Chinese empire, to the extent that at one time a Yao princess was married to an emperor of China. They are the only hill tribe to use a written language, Chinese, and practice a written religion base on medieval Chinese Taoism, although in recent years there have been many converts to Christianity and Buddhism.
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  • Thai rice farmer planting rice by hand.
    Rice Farmer
  • Young children swimming at a temple in Mae Sot Thailand. The temple stands on a hill with a waterfall flowing off the hill and is called Wat Namtok Chedi (Wat Waterfall and Chedi).
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  • Very unusual sight of a Thai Monk repairing a leaking temple roof in Tak province, Thailand.
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  • A rice farmer returrning home after a days manual toil in his rice fields, Ratchaburi province, Thailand
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  • Thai rice farmers in Chiang Rai province, northern Thailand, panting rice by hand.
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  • The Abbot of Wat Phratat (phra that) Doi Mae Aep, stood in front of his hilltop shrine. The shrine looks down onto the Mae Kok river valley in Chiang Rai, Thailand.
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  • The Abbot of Wat Phratat (phra that) Doi Mae Aep, stood in front of his hilltop shrine. The shrine looks down onto the Mae Kok river valley in Chiang Rai, Thailand.
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  • Akha hill tribe woman in Chiang Rai province, Thailand. The Akha are the poorest of the hill tribes, well known to tourists for their extraordinary costumes and exotic appearance, the Akha originate from Tibet, and have only recently entered Thailand, the first immigrants arriving last century. They are less open to change than many other hilltribes, proudly retaining their old customs.
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  • A dead dog passed away from a lack of food and water in the dry season.
    Dry Season
  • A 4 wheel drive on a dirt road in Kanchanaburi, Thailand, against a mountain and jungle background
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  • Thai fishing boats in Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park, Thailand
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  • Young karen hill tribe child peaking from behind his mothers stall.
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  • Iu Mien also called Yao hill tribe woman in northern Thailand. The Yao hail from southern China and at one time had considerable power within the Chinese empire to the extent that at one time a Yao princess was married to an emperor of China They are the only hill tribe to use a written language Chinese and practice a written religion base on medieval Chinese Taoism although in recent years there have been many converts to Christianity and Buddhism
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  • Details from the Grand Palace, Bangkok, Thailand. The Grand Palace (Thai: ???????????????, Phra Borom Maha Ratcha Wang) is a complex of buildings in Bangkok, Thailand. It served as the official residence of the Kings of Thailand from the 18th century onwards. Construction of the Palace began in 1782, during the reign of King Rama I, when he moved the capital across the river from Thonburi to Bangkok. The Palace has been constantly expanded and many additional structures were added over time.
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  • Hiker crossing a bamboo brdige at the Mae Surin waterfall at the Mae Surin National Park in Mae Hong Son, Thailand.
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  • The contrast between the  environment and development. Empty houses on an unfinished building site in Thailand.
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