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People talk about the big tourist attractions of Thailand – the temples, beautiful beaches, bustling cities, parading shrimp… wait, what? September brings one of the most unique spectacles in Thailand, and people flock to the northeastern province of Ubon Ratchathani each year to watch as shrimp climb out of a creek when heavy rains swell the shores. The naturally occurring phenomenon is expected to start on the first of the month in the Nam Yuen district and last throughout September, according to a Facebook post by the Department of National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation on Monday. “Once a year […]

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