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Bamboo scaffolding used to reach birds nests in caverns of Thailand

Shadow Hunters "In the dark caves of Thailand, generations of men have risked their lives to obtain a prized commodity--edible bird's nests, essential ingredients of a traditional Chinese soup.

9. Tham Lod Cave, Thailand

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Photo by John Spies Exploring Lod Cave, Mae Hong Son Province, Thailand

Shadow Hunters : Eric Valli In the dark caves of Thailand generations of men have risked their lives to obtain a prized commodity - edible bird's nests, essential ingredients of a traditional Chinese soup.

Shadow Hunters : Eric Valli In the dark caves of Thailand generations of men have risked their lives to obtain a prized commodity - edible bird's nests, essential ingredients of a traditional Chinese soup.

16 Extraordinary Images By Myanmar's Kyaw Kyaw Winn

16 Extraordinary Images By Myanmar’s Kyaw Kyaw Winn

16 Extraordinary Images By Myanmar's Kyaw Kyaw Winn

Enjoying the Paradise at Ko Phanang Thailand

Enjoying the Paradise at Ko Phanang Thailand

Rocket Festivals in Thailand

Rocket Festivals in Thailand The kingdoms own arms race where fireworks take on the size and power of weapons of mass distruction

Did you know this about Thailand TAPIOCA: Thailand is the worlds No One producer. There are 2 types of Tapioca (or ‘Cassava’) Sweat Tapioca is suitable for human or animal consumption and is used as a binding agent, while the other is Bitter Tapioca which is used to produce starch, alcohol and now more commonly ‘ethanol’ it is this second type you will see grown in over 48 provinces in Thailand. For more facts on the Kingdom see http://asia-backpackers.com/thailand-little-known-facts-ki…/

Thailand: Little Known facts about the Kingdom - Asia Backpackers

Thailand and the God of Darkness

Thailand and the God of Darkness.According to certain Thai-animist beliefs, an eclipse takes place when the angry and black God Rahu tries to swallow sun

The Tai Yai - The forgotten hill tribe of Northern Thailand dancer

While the Tai Yai (Shan) people have lived in the mountains of northern Thailand longer than most other Hill Tribes

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