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Paradise Park Honors the Great King by Following His Way of Sufficient Living

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Period:03 Dec 2014 - 07 Dec 2014

Address:61, Srinakarin Rd., Nong Bon, Prawet, Bangkok 10250 Thailand

Tel:+662-787-1000

Service day:Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Service hours: 10:00-19:00

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To honour HM the King’s 87th birthday, the Office of the Royal Development Projects Board is holding an exhibition featuring royally initiated projects based on HM’s philosophy of sufficiency economy, at Paradise Park’s Royal Park Plaza, from tomorrow until Sunday.

The “Paradise Park Honors the Great King by Following His Way of Sufficient Living” exhibition portrays HM’s generosity and expertise in various fields that have contributed to the improvement Thai people’s lives.

The event also gathers a selection of intricate and functional products from six royal development study centres. These items include agricultural and healthy products from Khao Hin Son Royal Development Study Center, in Chachoengsao. There will also be snacks, seasonings, handicrafts and souvenirs from Kung Krabaen Bay Royal Development Study Center, in Chanthaburi.

Huay Sai Royal Development Study Center in Phetchaburi will present products made from woven sisal. Puparn Royal Development Study Centre in Sakon Nakhon will feature hilltribe products

Pikun Thong Royal Development Study Center in Narathiwat will have household utensils made from krajood reeds and processed agricultural products on offer. Huai Hongkhrai Royal Development Center in Chiang Mai will sell mushroom products.

There will also be a demonstration on how to grow lime trees and the sale of Siam ruby pomelos, a renowned fruit of Pak Phanang, Nakhon Si Thammarat.

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To honour HM the King’s 87th birthday, the Office of the Royal Development Projects Board is holding an exhibition featuring royally initiated projects based on HM’s philosophy of sufficiency economy, at Paradise Park’s Royal Park Plaza, from tomorrow until Sunday.

The “Paradise Park Honors the Great King by Following His Way of Sufficient Living” exhibition portrays HM’s generosity and expertise in various fields that have contributed to the improvement Thai people’s lives.

The event also gathers a selection of intricate and functional products from six royal development study centres. These items include agricultural and healthy products from Khao Hin Son Royal Development Study Center, in Chachoengsao. There will also be snacks, seasonings, handicrafts and souvenirs from Kung Krabaen Bay Royal Development Study Center, in Chanthaburi.

Huay Sai Royal Development Study Center in Phetchaburi will present products made from woven sisal. Puparn Royal Development Study Centre in Sakon Nakhon will feature hilltribe products

Pikun Thong Royal Development Study Center in Narathiwat will have household utensils made from krajood reeds and processed agricultural products on offer. Huai Hongkhrai Royal Development Center in Chiang Mai will sell mushroom products.

There will also be a demonstration on how to grow lime trees and the sale of Siam ruby pomelos, a renowned fruit of Pak Phanang, Nakhon Si Thammarat.

A candle-lighting ceremony for HM’s health will take place on Friday, at 7pm. It will be followed by a concert by the band Yes’sir Days.


Paradise Park is on Srinakarin Road. Call 02-787-1000.

HM the King at the Huai Hongkhrai Royal Development Center, in Chiang Mai.
A Siam ruby pomelo.

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61, Srinakarin Rd., Nong Bon, Prawet, Bangkok 10250 Thailand

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