#Thaiculture #Thaivalues #Thailand
In this video, we talk specifically about Thai culture. There are 10 values you should understand and live by in Thailand. Thailand’s culture differs from other countries in many ways. In my opinion, the most important value representing Thailand’s culture is to, “Wear your smile.” That’s where Thailand get’s its nickname, “The land of smiles” from. This video covers the following values to live by in Thailand. After two and a half years living as an expat in Thailand, I share with you my own experiences and thoughts on these values.
2-Sufficient is enough
3-Keep your cool
4-Wear your smile
5-No worries (mai bpen rai)
6-Have some fun
7-Respect yourself and others
8-Generosity and hospitality
10-Shoes off please
Source for this information is theculturetrip . com
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