Serbian pair fined after temple ‘legs’ photos spread

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via Bangkok Post, 25 March 2018: A pair of Serbian tourists fined for taking inappropriate photos on the Grand Palace in Bangkok.

Two Serbian nationals were yesterday charged with public indecency and fined 5,000 baht each over their taking of inappropriate pictures on the wall of a Phra Ubosot hall in Wat Phra Si Rattana Satsadaram, within the precinct of the Grand Palace, said the Tourist Police Bureau (TPB).

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Malaysian museums to study Bunga Emas gifted to Thai kings

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The Malaysian Museums department announced their intention to study the Bunga Emas tributes gifted by the Sultanate of Kedah to to King of Siam from the 19th century to the early 20th centuries. Bunga Emas or ‘gold flowers’ were sculptures of a flowering tree made from gold and were traditionally sent as tributes by the Malay kingdoms.

Replica Bunga Emas from Alor Museum, Alor Star. The Star, 20101207

Museum Dept to have a closer look at Bunga Emas in Bangkok
The Star, 07 December 2010
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