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Thai handicrafts – the spirit of freedom

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Dec 19th, 2006

Thailand is famous for its handicraft, and not without reason. Thailand has long tradition of handicraft influenced by Indian, Chinese and ancient Khmer cultures. But probably most importantly, the skills handed down over generations and the relaxed and free minds of Thai people combine to make Thai handicrafts one of the world’s best.

There are vast varieties of Thai handicrafts. The most well known is hand woven Thai silk. Other than Thai silk, there are arrays of products ranging from woodcarvings to metalwares, ceramics, lacquerware and etc. Different parts of Thailand have their own original handicraft products. Thai handicraft products may be kitchenware, home decor items, clothing and accessories or art pieces.

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