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Nan Old City is nestled in a verdant valley in northern Thailand along the border with Laos. Nan, The living old cities, is a small city that marvelously survives and continue its values of culture, tradition, religion, and history, inherited from generation to generation. Extensively-inherited beliefs, traditions, and norms unify local people on restoring and conserving their valuably cultural heritages such as ancient sites, antiques, and significant religious places. Nan old city has a relaxed charm, an interesting history, impressive temples, and a museum. A quiet and tranquil city, Nan is famous among Thai tourists and begins to be known among foreign visitors. It is high season is during October – February (Thailand’s winter time).

Located in the subdistrict in the Sukhothai province, northern Thailand, Mueang Kao is a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage town that has been carrying on arts of ancestors for more than 700 years. Visitors can experience and learn about the rich culture and history of this area and encounter the beautiful natural assets it has to offer.

Koh Mak is a beautiful tropical island in Thailand with white sands and stunning clear blue water.  This island is definitely worth a visit if you plan on exploring this part of Thailand during your holiday.

It is on the east coast of the Gulf of Thailand, about 100 kilometres (62 mi) southeast of Bangkok, Pattaya is at the center of the Pattaya-Chonburi Metropolitan Area—a conurbation in Chonburi Province—with a population of roughly 1,000,000.

Impacts of the climate crisis

Thailand is sadly one of the places facing the impacts of the climate emergency. Antarctic ice melting is expected to take effect even in the Paris Agreement scenario of 2 degrees global warming, resulting in sea-level rise of up to about 2.5 meters, a process that will take more than 100 years. This is almost certain to be irreversible.
We invite you to explore the map and to raise awareness and to consider the extent of the impacts that our children will be facing.

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