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The 32 Postures of Guan Yin Goddess

Venue : Guan Yin Shrine, Lat Phrao District
This Guan Yin Shrine was built in 1983 by the head monk Guang Seng
of the
mahayana Order. The temple observes very strict rules. Monks
ordained here have to
be life-long vegetarian and cannot leave the monkhood, with strong
determination to
abandon the secular world to devote themselves to
The Guan Yin shrine for the Earth and Sky Gods, and a dragon pillar.
The big building
houses an image of Guan yin stop a toad, and the Buddha Prince Ang
Hai Yi. In other
parts of the building are figures from Chinese mythology and Buddha
images, such as
Guan Yin images for the 12 zodiac signs, the 32-attitude of of Guan
Yin, the famous
monk Tang Sam Chang, and the monk lang lang Tai Sue. There are also
a charity
soup-kitchen and a meditation hall for worshippers.
ROYAL GRAND PALACE

New City.

Inside the
Royal Grand Palace are the Maha Monthien group of
buildings, the Throne Halls, and other palaces and buildings. These
have been renovated, refurbished, repaired, extended and added to
continually as appropriate to every reign since then.

Chakri Throne Hall: Hybrid Thai-European architecture built in the
reign of King Rama V with the throne hall itself in European style and
the roof in a Thai throne hall style.

Chakrapatpiman Throne Hall: The chief throne hall of the
Monthien group, and the early Chakri kings mostly stayed in this
throne hall.

Dusit Throne Hall: Cruciform style built in the reign of King Rama I.
Inside is a Throne decorated in pearl and Phratanratchabanjathorn, a
couch of King Rama I.

Royal Decorations & Coins Division: Ranks and coinage has 13
exhibition rooms: Rooms 1-3, royal ranks; Room 6, the apparel of the
Emerald Buddha which is changed according to season; Room 7, royal
regalia and Room 12, historical money etc.
Historical places  

Phra Sumeru  
Giant Swing
Krungthep bridge
Lak muang shrine
(city pillar shrine)
Silpakorn university
Thammasat university
Thawornwatthu building
Oriental hotel
Goverment house
Rama vi bridge
Parliament house  
Parus-Sakkawa palace  
People's party Marker plaque  

Thai crafts

Horn birdcage making
Native thai chicken farm
Bamboo Birdcage and Fish Trap Centre  
Thai Kite Centre
Art & cultural centre
of mon bangkradee

Park Lumphini Park
Museum
Jim Thompson's House  
Monument of King Taksin the Great  
Science Museum and Plenetarium
Geography:

The kingdom of Thailand lies in the heart of Southeast Asia, making it a natural gateway to
Indochina, Myanmar and Southern China. Its shape and geography divide into four natural
regions : the mountains and forests of the North; the vast rice fields of the Central Plains;
the semi-arid farm lands of the Northeast plateau; and the tropical islands and long
coastline of the peninsula South.

The country comprises 76 provinces that are further divided into districts, sub-districts
and villages. Bangkok is the capital city and centre of political, commercial, industrial and
cultural activities. It is also the seat of Thailand's revered Royal Family, with His Majesty
the King recognised as Head of State, Head of the Armed Forces, Upholder of the
Buddhist religion and Upholder of all religions.