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Clock tower-Chanthaburi
Thailand

Chanthaburi. Chan is a rich city. Climate conducive to the cultivation of fruits, especially durian, rambutan, mangosteen and many agricultural crops such as pepper, rubber and gems as a business hub. And there are many interesting attractions such as mountains, forests, waterfalls, beaches and ancient monuments and antiquities.

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