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Pramong Nomklao fair

Admission free

Period:30 Jun 2017 - 09 Jul 2017

Address:161 Moo 2, Phahon yothin Rd., Prachathipat, Thanyaburi, Pathum Thani 12110 Thailand


Service day:Everyday, Service hours: 11:00-21:00

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A celebration of aquatic life

Various kinds of aquatic animals, fish and plants will take centre stage during the Pramong Nomklao fair at Future Park, Phahon Yothin Road, from Friday to July 9.

Held in collaboration with the Fisheries Department to celebrate the 60th birthday anniversary of HRH Princess Chulabhorn, the event will exhibit the Princess’s royal book about fish, also featuring her drawings in addition to the text.

Known as the Royal Chemist Who Loves Fish, the princess’s excellence in fishery will also be portrayed in the exhibition “29 Years Of Following In The Footsteps Of Professor Dr HRH Princess Chulabhorn”.

The 10-day fair is also an opportunity for local fish importers, breeders and fish lovers to see several species, including collections of Siamese fighting fish in 60 different shades, many species of orange Siamese fighting fish, and rare giant aquatic animals such as Potamon bhumibol, the biggest freshwater crab in Thailand, a 4m-long alligator, and a 2m-long giant freshwater whipray. They will be showcased in many zones, including the Waterfalls Art Aquarium which is six storeys and is 3m-high; the 150m-long Street Fish Arts, where fish competitions will be held; Exotic Aquatic Art, featuring freshwater fish from the Amazon River; and Danger Aquatic Art, where dangerous fish can be seen.

There will also be a medical exhibition, titled “Who’s Not Afraid Of A Dead Heart?”, by the Faculty of Medicine at Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University.

Proceeds will go to the Chulabhorn Foundation to help those suffering from cancer.

Call 02-958-0011.


161 Moo 2, Phahon yothin Rd., Prachathipat, Thanyaburi, Pathum Thani 12110 Thailand

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