Lotus Museum Thanyaburi 1
Pathum Thani literally means the city of lotus. It has been known as a popular habitat of lotus for centuries as confirmed in a poem of famed poet Sunthornphu. In its Thanyaburi district, hundreds of lotus flowers and water lilies reveal their serene beauty and sweet scents at Thailand's first lotus museum.
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