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Ian Wright's journey begins in the densely populated capital, Bangkok. Ian discovers the popular art of Thai Boxing, and endeavours to try out his new found skills. Early in the morning, Ian heads to Damnoen Saduak floating market to sample some of the local cuisine and to haggle with the Thai women in their wooden canoes, selling their fruit and vegetables. Later that day he heads to the biggest and oldest temple in Bangkok, where Ian views the stunning 150 feet long reclining Buddha. From Bangkok, Ian heads east to Surin, making a brief stop at the ancient Khmer ruins. Thousands of people flock to Surin annually to participate in the elephant round up, which celebrates the strength of the elephant. Continuing North, Ian takes a train to Chiang Mai, making a stop en route at Lopburi, which holds an annual festival in honour of the monkeys with which Lopburi is infested! Arriving in Chiang Mai, which lies in the mountains of Northern Thailand, Ian embarks on a three day trek towards the Burmese border, where he meets more tourists than hill tribes, stays afloat on a raft in the rapids, rides an elephant through the jungle and tries to avoid the lethal sting of the giant centipede. Ian heads North East to Chiang Khong on the Mekong River, which borders Laos. He takes the boat to Luang Prabang, the ancient capital of Laos and experinces village life and cuisine at the small village of Pakbeng. From Luang Prabang, Ian travels South East to Phonsavan in Central Laos and meets the Mines Advisory Group. This area was devastated by two million tons of bombs, dropped by American war planes during the Vietnam War. Ian's final flight is to Vientiane, the capital of Laos located on the border with Thailand.
Runtime: 52 minutes per show
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