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The electronic guidebook, titled "Connecting to Spiritual Thailand: A Guide to 60 Powerspots,"

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has released a free guidebook featuring 60 sacred places in Thailand.

The electronic guidebook, titled "Connecting to Spiritual Thailand: A Guide to 60 Powerspots," has been created to introduce tourists to the history, culture, and religious significance of Thailand's sacred sites. It aims to generate growing global interest in spiritual tourism.

The electronic guidebook, titled "Connecting to Spiritual Thailand: A Guide to 60 Powerspots,"

The guidebook showcases sacred places not only in popular tourist provinces but also in less-visited regions.

The electronic guidebook, titled "Connecting to Spiritual Thailand: A Guide to 60 Powerspots,"

It is illustrated with photographs, includes tourist maps, and provides descriptions in English.

The electronic guidebook, titled "Connecting to Spiritual Thailand: A Guide to 60 Powerspots,"

Recommended places to visit include:

- Bangkok: City Pillar shrine; Erawan shrine; Sri Mariamman temple (Wat Khaek); Naga Phrakanong shrine

- Saraburi province: Phra Phutthabat temple

- Chachoengsao province: Saman Rattanaram temple (Ganesh)

- Chonburi province: The Sanctuary of Truth, Pattaya

- Pathum Thani: Chedi Hoi temple

- Kanchanaburi province: Thap Sila temple

- Ratchaburi province: Pa Phuttharam temple

- Chiang Mai province: Phra That Doi Kham temple

- Lamphun province: Ban Pang temple (Wat Kruba Srivijaya)

- Mukdahan province: Ananta Nagaraj (Shrine of the Serpent Grandfather)

- Nakhon Phanom province: Phra That Phanom

- Krabi province: Tiger Cave temple

You can access the guidebook here:

https://acrobat.adobe.com/id/urn:aaid:sc:AP:583a25a2-5ab3-4f31-b59f-578601a76271

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