By Brian Falkner
Were you aware that beasts known as "saurs" have been part of daily life in 1815 Europe? do you know that Napoleon gained the conflict of Waterloo? were you aware that he did so through the use of a poor mystery weapon opposed to the British and Prussians? were you aware that just one boy—the son of a magician—knows tips to foil the would-be Emperor's plans at world-domination? It's all actual. at the very least in accordance with this head-spinning historic delusion via experience writer Brian Falkner, simply in time for the bicentennial of the conflict that re-shaped Europe.
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1782–1809), Bangkok was the “new” capital built on a readily defensible site along a bend in the Chao Phraya River. Set up at the small village and trading settlement of Bang Makok, literally, Place of Olive Plums after the fruit trees growing in the area, it was formally consecrated and given a new royal title extending over 150 letters, which soon became abbreviated to Krung Thep, meaning City of Angels. There is an absence of any single center in Bangkok. The old Royal City, built within three concentric canals on Rattanakosin Island, is the cultural and historical heart of the city, home to the Grand Palace and the much-revered Wat Phra Kaeo.
King Taksin the Great’s Commemoration Day (Dec 28–Jan 4), Chanthaburi. Fairs and beauty pageants full moon) Chakri Day (Apr 6) Songkran/Thai New Year (Apr 13–15) Coronation Day (May 5) Royal Plowing Ceremony (early May) Visakha Bucha (May full moon) Asanha Bucha and Khao Pansa (Jul full moon) Queen’s Birthday (Aug 12) Chulalongkorn Day (Oct 23) King’s Birthday (Dec 5) Constitution Day (Dec 10) International New Year’s Eve (Dec 31) Beautiful fireworks at Wat Mahathat during the Loy Krathong festival INTRODUCING THAILAND’S BEACHES AND ISLANDS 39 THE HISTORY OF THAILAND T he story of Thailand is that of an area of Southeast Asia, rather than of a single nation.
They built houses that differed from indigenous Thai and Malay styles and, over time, these evolved into Sino-Portuguese shophouses and mansions (see pp226–7). The best examples of this type of architecture can be found in Phuket town. Village on stilts, Chonburi province TRADITIONAL THAI HOUSES In the humid coastal regions, a large, centrally situated veranda, which also acts as an outdoor living area, is the dominant feature of many traditional houses. Some houses have covered verandas running alongside the main structure.