Plant Vocabulary in Thai Posted by palmisano on Oct 31, 2012 in Beginner
When I was new to Thailand, I used to not like Bangkok. It was stressful, dirty, busy, overcrowded, had too much traffic, and most importantly, far away from nature. I liked Chiang Mai more for many reasons, some including the natural setting not far away. What eventually got me to start liking Bangkok, amongst many other reasons, was Lumpini Park. It has trees, walking paths, nature, and it is clean. It also has small lakes, albeit filled with giant monitor lizards. And it also had enormous swarms of pigeons, well, at least until they banned feeding the birds a few years ago.
So the next time you plan to stroll a garden, hike the woods, go camping, or teach some kids how to plant a tree, review this below vocabulary list I’ve prepared for you on your way out.
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