One of the most evident can be found on the side of the major airline ‘Thai Airways’ which boasts an orchid (see top photo) as its symbol. This really does help show the connection between flowers and Thai culture, and it is a message that has been spread throughout the world.
Flowers are also common at weddings throughout Thailand. In fact, there are a number of aspects to weddings that dictate what sort of flowers should be used. For example you shouldn’t use white flowers at a wedding because it symbolise bad luck, therefore you have committed a pretty big mistake if you stop by a wedding with one of these in hand.
It is worth visiting a couple of these if you really want to get a genuine feel of Thailand culture. You will be surprised at just how much knowledge the people are willing to part with on Thailand Wild Flowers, as well as the ones that are held more ‘captive’.
As you can probably guess, there are plenty of florists that will be able to provide you with the flowers that you want to decorate your home or simply to give as a gift. Owing to the fact that flowers are incredibly popular, they are often fairly cheap as well.
There are many budget-friendly timeshare rentals in Thailand. For example, currently you can stay at Marriott’s Phuket Beach Club on beautiful Phuket Island for just $70/night. Also check out the great timeshare exchanges available in Thailand.