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Monks and novices from Charoenpon temple in Maha Sarakram province bless members of the public during a parade to mark the last day of Songkran festival in the North-eastern region. Photo by Pattarapong Chatpattarasil.


A goldsmith uses fire to evaluate the purity of gold as buyers flock to a gold shop on Yaowarat Road after prices fell by 2,400 baht per baht weight on Wednesday. Photo by Thanarak Khoonton.


People walk away from the Mor Chit Bus Terminal as they return to Bangkok from the Songkran holiday after being dropped off by interprovincial buses. Photo by Pattanapong Hirunard.


A tree wrapped in colourful fabric on Silom Road is surrounded by a pile of rubbish after three days of Songkran celebrations. Photo by Patipat Janthong.


Villagers from Ban Phum Srol in Si Sa Ket province donate money to construct new buildings and buy educational equipment for Ban Phum Srol School. The school was bombed two years ago in the conflict over the Thailand-Cambodia border. Photo by Pattarapong Chatpattarasil.


Lin Ping, a female giant panda, sits on a wooden chair at Chiang Mai Zoo. She was born in Thailand, but her parents were loaned from China on a 10-year contract in 2003. Lin Ping is due to be sent back to China after her fourth birthday on May 27. The government has asked China to allow her to remain in Thailand for longer. Photo by Thiti Wannamontha.


Traditional Thai dancers have a rest before taking to the stage to perform as part of Songkran festivities at the Tha Pae Gate in Chiang Mai. Photo by Thiti Wannamontha.

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Images from around the kingdom, captured by Post Photographers over the past seven days.

  • Published: 19 Apr 2013
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