An exhibition exploring the best things about Thailand is set to be unveiled in the country.

An exhibition highlighting the best things on offer in Thailand is set to open in the country.

Named the Seven Miracles of Thailand, the initiative has been put together by the Tourism Authority of Thailand to highlight the aspects of the country that appeal to its overseas visitors.

Opened by prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra at the IMPACT Muang Thong Thani Hall 2 in Bangkok, the showcase will run from March 29th until April 1st.

Separated into different sections, the exhibition will look at areas of the nation including its monarchy, its impressive heritage and its delicious cuisine.

It forms part of the Royal Projects initiative which is being held this year as several members of the royal family are set to see landmark birthdays.

Travellers looking to experience some of the culture around Bangkok for themselves could enjoy a trip to the city’s iconic Grand Palace and Wat Prakeaw, which is located in the old city.

Written by Alex Cochrane

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