Phu traveled to several places in Thailand. In the North, he went to Phra That DoiSuthep in Chiang Mai where was renowned for rich cultures and dining customs, Khan Tok. The gorgeous Doi Tung Mansion was embraced by variegated florals. As well, DoiPui and Doi Tao were blanketed by the fresh mist in the morning and surrounded by high grey hills.
Furthermore, he made his trip to the South where he visited engrossing beach sites and islands in Phuket, Ranong, and Chumphon. He also wandered around Samila Beach to see intriguing Kolae Boats including watching the traditional local dramas and dances: Li-Kea, shadow puppet show, Nora and RongNgeng dances. There were picturesque views in SuanMokkh and along the beach in Hat Yai and Samui. The magnificent Pentagon Pun-Yha Building was inherited from the past.
In Northeastern, their silk woven clothes were well-known around Thailand together with Phra That Phanom, the sacred place, and its ravishing customs. The people were so nice and kind with their simple lifestyles. Rivers Chee and Moon flowed along the region. The candle festival and the wonderful rocket festival are the local heritages which were worth preserving for the next generation.
The traveling log Phu has made from the four regions was precious. No matter how different they are, they still live harmoniously in Thailand.
After reading ‘Traveling around Thailand with Phu’ at school, I can picture the attractive sites which I want them to be there with this country forever. Despite various regions, cultures, and dialects, there is a harmonious combination among Thai people. These inspired me to create a picture of Thailand’s beauty. Moreover, I have done a lot of research about some places and local belongings such as Kolae Boat in the South, and Phra That DoiSuthep in the North. I painted a map of Thailand in which I can put some details of each region. Those details can illustrate the different customs and cultures while in the middle I drew people holding their hands together. They also held national flags and yellow flags representing the monarchy. This portrays the sense of unity of Thailand which will bond us together forever.