Rules, traditions and quirks in Thailand that Malaysians should know


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Cable clusters are common in Thailand’s urban areas. — Photos: CAROLA FRENTZEN/dpa

There's plenty of hustle and bustle a minute before 8am in Lumphini Park, the greenest area of Bangkok in Thailand.

Hundreds of people go jogging beneath the fragrant frangipani trees, elderly ladies work on their Tai Chi, while another group is practising Zumba.

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