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Like many other countries, Thailand has its own share of superstitions. Many superstitions revolve around bad luck; others are referred to in good humour. Each of the superstitions has a colourful history that dates back centuries — primarily rooted in Buddhism, ghosts, and ancient traditions. From no hide and seek after sunset to colour codes, we’ve compiled a list of 10 common Thai superstitions that may be surprising to foreigners. 1. Don’t play hide and seek after sunset Adults in Thailand, as well as in the rest of Southeast Asia, usually tell children not to play hide and seek after […]

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