Thai-Yuan Woven Fabric Yok Mook, Saraburi Province, Thailand

Thai-Yuan Woven Fabric Yok Mook, Saraburi Province, Thailand

TourismThailand, 21 Sep 2023
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🔹 Thai-Yuan Woven Fabric Yok Mook ✨ Saraburi Province, Thailand.  

The people of Thailand take immense pride in the legend of the city of Dvaravati. A peride where founding forefathers once crafted a paradise on earth ancient site were left behind that represent a connection of over 700 years between Dvaravati Kingdom and Khmer cultures.  

Much like the cherished legacy of Thai fabrics passed down through generations experiencing the grace of Thai clothing and visiting this extraordinary realm is a truly remarkable and awe-inspiring encounter that holds lasting significance.  

There is a growing trend to wear Thai traditional clothing when visiting historical or sacred places across Thailand. It’s seen as a gesture of reverence and forges a meaningful connection with the past evoking the spirits of the ancestors who once inhabited the lands.

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