To whom it may concern:
It is my pleasure to write this letter to recommend Nakhon Ratchasima province. Nakhon Ratchasima frequently termed by another name Khorat is one of the north-eastern provinces of Thailand. The capital of the province is the city of Nakhon Ratchasima located in Mueang Nakhon Ratchasima District. The province is located on the western end of the Khorat Plateau. This province is a large province on the northeastern plateau and acts as a gateway to other provinces in the Northeast. Two national parks are in the province including the Khao Yai in the west and the Thab Lan in the south. Both parks are in the forested mountains of the Sankamphaeng Range, the southern prolongation of the Dong Phaya Yen Mountains. Nakhon Ratchasima has long been the most important political and economic center in the northeastern region. The province is subdivided into 32 districts. The districts are further subdivided into 263 sub-districts and over 3000 villages. The people of this province are a mixed-breed. There are those of Khmer ancestry, Laotian ancestry and Chinese ancestry. In the town areas, most of the people speak standard Thai but in the more rural areas, they speak ‘Khorat’ which is a dialect half way between Thai and Isaan. Nakhon Ratchasima is traditionally an agricultural province where most of the population works in farming such as: rice, sugar cane, jute, peanuts, sesame, tapioca, corn, and fruits. In this day and age however, many of younger generation are moving to near-by Bangkok that is the capital of Thailand to work. The provincial seal that is one of famous symbols of Thailand is a monument to Thao Suranaree. This is situated in front of the old Prau Chumpon gate that also called "The Great Heroine of Khorat". Sa-Thorn (Millettia leucantha Kurz) is another symbol as provincial tree. The provincial motto is "Land of brave women, Fine Silk material, Khorat Rice noodle, Phimai historical park, and Dan Kwian Ceramics". Nakhon Ratchasima...
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