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When travelling around Thailand, it’s impossible not to notice the spirit houses. Sort of like mini Thai temples. They can be found everywhere at every company, hotel, shopping mall, and even some people’s homes. It’s been part of Thai culture for centuries. You often see them with either food and drinks, or flowers and fruits made as offerings to the ‘spirits’. Some places have all of them. The two most common spirit houses around Thailand are San Jao Ti and San Phra Phoom. San Jao Ti is a traditional spirit house, it mimics an old Thai house. It’s built on one […]

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I remember a few years back in Kanchanaburi watching an American woman grabbing a bunch of Phuang Malai off a Spirit house and then wondering around saying "Who do I pay for these?"

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