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Red represents the blood of life for the land and it's people, white represents purity and is the colour for Theravada Buddhism, the main religion in Thailand, and blue is the national colour of Thailand.

It is the first thing that stands out when you crossing throuthout Bangkok, Ayutthaya or Chiang Mai: Thailand is a colorful country!

There is always plenty of colors to be found throughout Thailand: in the fresh markets, flower markets, floating markets and night markets.

The red, green and yellow colors of the chattering pans in the stalls along the ways. The leafy gold paintings of the temples. And in Bangkok even the taxis, unlike anywhere else in the world, have a variety of bright colors.

Usually yellow. In honor of King Vajiralongkorn who was born on a Monday. That means yellow is his color.

Also purple, the color of the new Queen; or blue for the Mother of the Queen.

Thai know exactly what day of the week they were born. So they know what their color is.

Sunday is red. Monday Yellow. Tuesday Pink. Wednesday Green. Thursday Orange. Friday Blue. Saturday Purple. If you need extra luck, you should wear your color on that day of the week. 

Thai take that into consideration when dressing themselves. If you look closely, you’ll be able to understand what day it is when you’re on the streets!

Rod Fai (Train Market) – Ratchada location

The multi-coloured night market

More than 1,250 brightly lit stalls illuminate this market in the centre of Bangkok selling vintage clothes, handbags, selection of street food and providing a multi-coloured spectacle.

What is really just shelter for traders and shoppers, has nowadays become an attraction in itself.

The market, called Talad Rot Fai in Thai or Train Night Market in English, only opened in 2015 and has been a popular addition for locals and tourists.

It's open from 6pm to midnight, sells everything from vintage clothes, handbags, and second hand clothes to street food and motorbikes.

I've never seen anything like this.

Above all it's one of the best places for street food, open air bars where experiencing and enjoying the atmosphere and the live music.

Ao Nang Nightlife 

Krabi’s scenic landscape made it one of the favorite destinations for nature-lovers, so that the rise of tourism has brought a demand for all manner of other delights, some more insidious than others. While Krabi certainly doesn’t have the seedy reputation of Phuket or Pattaya,  Ao Nang Beach nightlife is aniway a scene to be remembered. Krabi go-go bars dot the borders of Ao Nang Centerpoint, an entertainment hub built just for the party, located beside Burger King on the main beach strip.

The main floor plays host to Ao Nang nightlife clubs complete with heavy bass music, the most famous of which is Chang Bar Ao Nang. Popular with backpackers looking to hook up, Ao Nang Centerpoint is a great place to meet people.

Pak Khlong Talat (Flower Market)

In a country known for its colorful markets, none stands out so vividly as Pak Khlong Talat Flower Market. Flowers have great significance in Thailand becouse they often given as offerings and loving gifts o are used as lucky charms and decoration.

Opened 24 hours a day, Pak Khlong Talat market is the fourth biggest flower market around the world.

Stalls feature fresh-cut flowers piled high like delicate orchids, bunches of colorful carnations, fragrant roses, lilies, forget-me-nots, flower arrangements and hand-strung garlands.

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