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Chiang Mai's unique climate means it's home to many unique tropical flowers. Taking place over the first weekend in February, this festival of flora sees the city in full bloom, with festivities, floats and floral arrangements aplenty.
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Spread over several buildings, the National Museum is the largest museum in Southeast Asia. Here you'll find everything from prehistoric artifacts and terracotta statues to Srivijayan art and Sukhothai sculpture.
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Said to be the world's largest outdoor museum, Ancient Siam is a colossal park in the shape of Thailand, replete with scaled down replicas (and some actual reconstructions!) of over 100 of the country's most famous buildings.
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This strikingly modern, purpose-built gallery opened in 2012. Though it's a little off the beaten track, spread over its five floors you'll find an incredible collection of Thai sculpture and modern and contemporary art, making it well worth the trek.
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Best eaten at - Food stalls, Chatuchak Market, Bangkok
Green chillies give the colour to this spicy and aromatic coconut milk curry. It usually contains long beans and Thai aubergines along with the protein of your choice, and is garnished with holy basil then served with rice.
Sour, salty and spicy, this fresh Isan-style salad is a Thailand travel 2016 must-try! It's made of thin strips of pork with chilli, lime, fish sauce and mint leaves.