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June 9, 2021
How to Say Thank You in Thai: Common Ways and How to Respond.

It's essential to have good manners when you are in Thailand.
One of the most common ways to say thank you is "kob Khun ka."
You can also use a gesture as an alternative way to say thank you, such as holding your hand up and moving it back and forth from your forehead down towards your chest.

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October 12, 2019
Know The 8 Most Common Thai Names And Examine Their Meaning

We all want our kid’s names to shine in the future. Parents expect that they would create their own unique identity. They wish that their children would be well-known by their names.

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