Sunday, November 22, 2009

Yellow flowers for offering at shrines and temples


This tourist attraction on the busy Sukhumvit Road always catches my attention whenever I take the skywalk from Chitlom BTS train station to Siam Paragon. It's called the Erawan Shrine and is often adorned with yellow flowers for offerings.There are always Thai performances held here such as Thai traditional dance.


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8 comments:

Dhemz said...

wow....what can I say!...ehhehe...nice entry teA....love to watch traditional thai dance...very colorful and jolly kasi!

nice A said...

thanks, dhemz. yes, thai traditional costumes are very colorful.

kathy said...

Parang mahirap gwain ang thai dance Miss A ano? Kasi I saw in America's Top Model, they had a dance lesson there, nahirapan tlaga sila lalo na sa hand movements...

Kmzta na jan? Kailan kayo dadalaw sa GenSan? Regards to you all...

Fifi said...

Miss A! How are you? I came here to ask you a favor.. Please add this to both your blogs if it's ok.. I added both your blogs alredy... Salamat daan...

nice A said...

yes, kath, feeling ko ang hirap ng thai dance lalo na ang hand gestures na distinct tlga.
sure, fifi, add ko new blog mo.
thanks for always making it here.

Fifi said...

Miss A bago kasi ito ehh... This is my 4th blog. If ur having a hard time viewing my blog just visit. http://www.beautifulandgorgeouswomen.blogspot.com

Thanks Miss A! Ingat palagi jan...

Dhemz said...

daan din me dito te...nangungumusta lang...hope all is well....ingat po!

Fifi said...

Miss A! Mzta na? Parang napasarap yata ang bakasyon ahh.. HEhehehehe... Kainggit kayo! Njoy cguro kayo jan sa Pinas now huh... Just dropping by here.. Sensya na kung ngayon lng ulit ako nkabalik kasi I was busy eh...

Miss ur visits na.. Ingat lagi...

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