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THAI CULTURE
Behind The Smile

Holidays and Festivals

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Thai Food: Sugar and Spice and Fish Sauce

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Thai Culture

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Thai Language: Tongue Thaied

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Welcome to Naked Thailand, your oracle for all things Thai. Find out everything you wanted to know about Thailand as we take you behind the smile with our unique blend of facts and anecdotes on everything Thai, from the festivals to the language. If you want to know about the culture, the history, the food or even how to marry a Thai, this is where you will find enlightenment.

In Facts and Figures, we give you the low-down on Thai history, religion, geography, ecology, climate, holidays, festivals and much, much more. New features will be added soon, and if you have any suggestions on what you would like to see in this section, contact us on the link at the bottom of the page and write Facts and Figures in the subject line.

Learn about the world famous Thai cuisine in Sugar and Spice and Fish Sauce. Looking at a menu in a foreign land can be a daunting experience but with just a little guidance, it can be the start of an exotic epicurean adventure. Let Naked Farang guide you through the culinary treats of Thailand in this regionalised guide.

Delve into the complex and often baffling customs and traditions of Thailand in Culture Club. We not only give you the facts but we also keep it real and personal with several amusing anecdotes from both the social and the business world. I’ve lost so much face that I’m down to the bone. Save yours by learning from our mistakes.

Tongue Thaied is where you can learn about the language. We’ll start you off with some useful phrases, but Thai is a tonal language and it’s not a language you can learn from a book or Internet site. You need live instruction and lots of practice. We can give you tips and share more anecdotes, but we’ll also guide you through the whole process of learning the language.

 



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