A culture to discover
Thailand has always been an environment of cultural exchange, a geographical space where different civilizations were depositing layers and layers of knowledge. This union of cultures has generated its own philosophy, a unique way of seeing the world, with surprising traditions.
Did you know that smiling is the most common way to greet each other in Thailand? Or that, contrary to popular belief, chopsticks are not common at the table? We want to bring you closer to the traditions and culture of Thailand. From Songkran, the most important festival in the country where the Buddhist New Year is celebrated with a fantastic "war" of water to the Phuket Vegetarian Festival, nine days in which no meat is eaten to worship nine gods.