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Photo Post: ‘2015 Discover Thainess Campaign’ Launch Parade

by Ragini Puri January 26, 2015 2 comments
In my last post, I wrote about the 2015 Discover Thainess Campaign launch in Bangkok – an extravagant 2-hour parade and performance show vividly highlighting ‘Thainess’ or the Thai way of life. The lavish launch was a delightful way of showcasing to the world a glimpse into Thai life and culture. Here are some photos from the spectacular event.

Beautiful replica of the Royal Barge – Suphannahong or ‘the Golden Swan’ leads the parade

Elaborate floats highlighting Thai culture and traditions

Performers waiting for their turn

One of the several decked up floats

Performers ready to perform stories from the Thai epic, Ramakien (The Thai Ramayana)

Vibrant portrayal of Thai folk tales

Performers performing stories from the Thai epic, Ramakien (The Thai Ramayana)
The stories from the Ramakien continue to mesmerise

A procession showcasing Thai silk making culture

The 2015 Discover Thainess campaign incorporates the current Thai government’s national core values, aimed at promoting and preserving Thai traditional values and culture. So if you are planning a trip to Thailand this year, you not only get to experience the outstanding Thai hospitality, but also get a deeper insight into the many cultural assets of Thailand – everything that makes Thailand an outstanding tourist destination.

For more information about the 2015 Discover Thainess campaign, you can visit the Discover Thainess website.

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2 comments

Nisha Jha January 27, 2015 at 5:12 am

Hey! As you know, I was there too! And looks like we were standing quite close to each other. Check my photos on my blog. 🙂

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Rajesh January 28, 2015 at 9:55 am

Great set of images.

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