Thailand Durian Festival 2011

By | September 20, 2013
Over the last couple of decades, Thailand has become one of the top global travel destinations that spellbinds tourists from (every corner of the world,every corner of the globe,far off places}. The country is blessed with so many stunning locations and offers its guests an amazing array/assortment of travel experience that they’ll never forget.

Over the couple of years, Thailand has emerged as one of the most highly desired tourist destinations in the world. Year after year the number of visitors to this amazing country has increased and millions of tourists from across the world visit this amazing beauty where the mysterious East meets the highly developed West. Why do people fall in love with Thailand?. Is it because the main reason is its culture as it is a land of contrasting characters ranging from beautiful mountain ranges in the north down to wonderful sun drenched tropical beaches in the south?.

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World’s Durian Festival 2008, Chanthaburi Province, Thailand
Chanthaburi Fruit Festival it's time of the year when the fruit crops are at their best. Visitors can enjoy a great range of succulent fruit been grown in Thailand. Traditional fruit competitions among farmers, arts and crafts displays, entertainers, sp

Jakarta – Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Jakarta is nicknamed the Big Durian, some festivals such as the Jalan Jaksa Festival or Kemang Festival include efforts to preserve Betawi arts by inviting [72] host of the Asian Cup 2007 beside Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam, [73] and has hosted the regional-scale Southeast Asian Games

Dawei – Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
It also produces cashew nuts and betel nuts and exports them through local traders to China, India and Thailand. and durian. There is one fruit called zin thi (in Dawei language), which can only be found in Dawei and surrounding areas; this fruit is sweet with a touch of sour.

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Thailand.com – Durian Festival In Chantaburi
Durian Festival in Chantaburi Date : May 2010 Decorations of fruits trays of government and private sectors, Trade Fair of Housewives, Local OTOP Food Fair, Fruit Decoration Caravan, Fruit and Processed Products Contest, Good Quality Jewelry and Accessories Fair.

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Bliss Vagabond: Chanthaburi World Durian Festival
Chanthaburi is a famous fruit-producing province in Thailand, and the bounty is especially impressive in summer. We walked by many booths overflowing The sign above the cosmic backdrop says Amazing Thailand World Durian Festival Chanthaburi 2011. And floats decorated elaborately

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From Thailand who are employed by the villagers to work in the rubber plantations. as the Moon Cake Festival, and the Hungry Ghost Festival. There are no churches or durian and cempedak. The famous fruit in Padang Grus is red sugar cane,

Battambang Province – Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
This is a very popular picnic and pilgrimage destination for Khmers at festival times. Kamping Puoy lake. Wat Banan [edit source | edit] Wat Banan located some 25 km south of Battambong City is like a smaller version of the rather more illustrious Angkor Wat. Thailand: Siem Reap Province

About.com Asia Travel – Mid-Autumn Festival In Asia
The Mid-Autumn Festival or Moon Festival is a joyous time in Asia for reunions, watching the full moon, and eating Chinese mooncakes.

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INDONESIA HORTICULTURE
Nanas, Salak, Durian, Pepaya, Rambutan, Alpukat dan Manggis. Pada tahun 2011, ekspor 10 buah tropis Indonesia tersebut di atas mencapai 207.015 ton banyak dilakukan oleh petani buah Thailand, kompetitor utama buah tropis Indonesia,

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The Expat Getaways | 2012
Elcome to The Expat Getaways Guide 2011/12. One a few slabs of creamy durian flesh. If you want to earn more brownie points, tell your Malaysian friends that local durians are better than those from Thailand (reverse this while holidaying inThailand),