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  • Thailand News

    Ancient boat unearthed near Krabi’s Khlong Thom District

    The discovery of a well-preserved ancient wooden boat found buried along the canal’s banks has captivated the local community in Khlong Thom, Krabi province. The boat is believed to be connected to the same historical period as the famous Khlong Thom beads, dating back some 1,800 years. Villagers stumbled upon the ancient vessel buried in the soil along the canal bank…

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    Marine animal fossils from Permian period discovered near ancient Si Thep town

    Unearthed in the vicinity of Si Thep ancient town, Phetchabun, a trove of marine animal fossils dating back over 250 million years have been uncovered, shedding light on the region’s ancient history. Apsorn Sardsud, leading the Geology Division Department of Mineral Resources Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, shared that the archaeological team discovered fossil remains in tambon Ban Phot,…

  • Guides

    Traditional Thai Puppetry: The ancient art in todays society

    Hun lakhon lek, otherwise known as Thai puppetry, is a centuries-old and breathtaking art form that has continuously mesmerised audiences. Traditional Thai puppetry continues to enthral and delight those who are fortunate enough to witness its beauty, even if it has been gradually declining in recent decades. The following article delves into the background, categories of puppets, and locations for…

  • World News

    Vampire child unearthed: 17th-century discovery by Polish archaeologists

    Polish archaeologists have unearthed the skeletal remains of a young boy, believed to be between six and seven years old, at a 17th-century cemetery. The body of the vampire child was buried face-down, with iron chains wrapped around his legs, a practice believed to prevent resurrection. Dariusz Polinski, a scholar specialising in Middle Ages burial culture at the Nicolaus Copernicus…

  • Thailand News

    Thai villager wins 100,000 baht in lottery from ancient tree numbers

    In an enchanting twist of fate, an anonymous resident was thrust into a realm of financial prosperity after uncovering the winning lottery numbers, bestowed upon them by an ancient and revered tree nestled within the tranquil confines of Ban Beng Temple in Sri Narong, Chumphon Buri, Surin. This auspicious turn of events led to the resident’s remarkable windfall—a substantial prize…