Okay, I am back with some more photos from the striking 2015 Discover Thainess campaign launch that happened in Mumbai.
In my last post I had promised about more photos of mouth-watering Thai delicacies, and so here I am!
Also there are some photos of the brilliant display of Muay Thai and the very intricate Khon Mask painting
– these vibrant mask are used in Thai dance dramas.
|Thai friiters – they come in many varieties, and are so delicious, you will never bored of them!
And if you are a vegetarian, they can save you from boring broccoli soups!
|Fruity candies (preserves), attractive to look at, and tasty to eat!
|Coconut shavings. The inviting colours!|
I couldn’t help but ‘sample’ numerous glasses of fresh juice served by this beautiful and gracious ladyboy!
There were varieties that we don’t find locally, so it was fun to sample them all one after the other
and keep coming back for more.
|Refreshing Thai juice corner
And from these attractive and delectable treats, lets move to photos that depict the Thai culture and traditions,
so here’s some more of ‘Thainess’ for you, starting from Khon masks.
Khon, a tradition Thai dance drama is performed by men wearing masks, and Khon masks are all hand crafted.
|An artist intently working on a Khon mask.
|The Khon masks are painted with natural colours|
|A ready Khon mask – the intricate hand painting is mesmerising|
And from Khon masks, let’s move the very popular Muay Thai! Muay Thai is a tradition martial arts of Thailand,
and at the launch the artists showcasing a Muay Thai bout kept everyone hooked with their performance.
|Display of Muay Thai skills|
And now here is a video of the Muay Thai bout performed for the guests at the event!
For more information about the 2015 Discover Thainess campaign, you can visit the Discover Thainess website.
Lovely pictures. I once had Thai fried rice in one of the restaurants in NYC near Times Square and i can't ever forget the awesomeness it had.
Great post! The foodie in me is delighted and also this is the first time I have seen the Muay Thai performance.
Planning a Thailand trip this summer and your posts are surely coming handy.
Wow! Thai desserts! Where can I get these in Delhi…or should I plan a Thailand trip?
Beautiful write-up! Getting to know more about Thailand through your articles. Keep sharing 🙂
I too love Thai food, their rice and spicy soups are mouth watering. My only grouse is the limited options for vegetarians. 🙂
Thanks for stopping by Sandeep and am glad you enjoyed the post! Looking forward to seeing more of you here. 🙂
Plan a trip Vikas! There so much to see there! And of course there's food aplenty! 🙂
Thank you! 🙂