Amazing Thailand. It begins with the people.
How To Fit In
Some of the mores, or strict norms that control moral and ethical behavior of Thailand are; taking shoes off before entering temple, and dressing conservatively while inside exploring the temples.
Now that you know some of the basic folkways and mores to follow when traveling to Thailand you're almost ready to go. Lastly, you should know the two biggest taboos, or things that you should never do under any circumstances. Like disrespecting Buddha images and disrespecting the royal family.
The Wat Thammikarat and Wat Na Phramen are both included in the culture landscape of Thailand because they are both historic sites of the country. These two places are definitely worth checking out if you want a bit more insight on the historic culture of Thailand.
Some signs of culture diffusion in Thailand are McDonalds, and other various restaurants we could find everyday at home. And some signs of culture change are marriages. The traditional Thai wedding is still practiced, but the costumes have changed dramatically. Now western wedding gowns and suits are very popular in Thailand.
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