The Sai Gnam Banyan tree


Twisty!, originally uploaded by g-hat.

Outside of Phimai, Thailand's is one of the oldest and largest Banyan trees in Southeast Asia. It is called "Sai Ngam" which means beautiful Banyan.

There are numerous fortune tellers and vendors that work in the tree as if it was a great bit covered market. You can purchase fish or eels to release in order to give you good fortune and prosperity. This sacred tree is one of the more popular attractions in the area.


Blessed mangrove, originally uploaded by 10b travelling.

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