As the biggest town in the south, the town of Hat Yai in Songkla has made its own name with its technological advance of large city while keeping the traditional southern charm like the old days. While you can spend at least 2-3 days visiting the whole city on your own pace, there are 5 places you can skip out. #Travel #HatYai #Thailand
As we all know, during traveling in Thailand, besides from famous products such as durian chips, snail skin care products, latex pillows and green grass cream ointments, famous cosmetics brand and top-notch skin care products are also worth buying, since selling prices of skin care products and cosmetics in Thailand are much cheaper than in China, on whose purchases you can also claim a tax refund. Moreover, department stores often hold promotional activities, such as every Central Department Store in Thailand always invites customers to register for The 1 Card Tourist so as to be able to immediately enjoy 5% off and up to 6% tax refund, including a variety of deals, discounts, discounts on top of discounts, gifts, cash vouchers etc.. Needless to say, scroll down and see what kind of cosmetics, you need to buy!
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The Thailand Pavilion at the World Exposition Milano 2015 in Italy, from 1 May to 31 October 2015, presents the concept of “Nourishing and Delighting the World”. This exhibition aims to build confidence in Thai agricultural and food products. It also confirms our readiness to become the kitchen of the world, as well as to expand our market of agricultural products on the world stage. Thailand’s participation in the World Exposition Milano 2015, under the broader theme of “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life”, also helps to raise global awareness about sustainable food production, with a showcase of our abundant species, modern food cultivation technology, and His Majesty’s philosophy of sustainable development.