Banpong, Ratchaburi, TH
Banpong is a district in Ratchaburi province of Thailand.
It's called 'the town of beautiful people' from their beautiful smiles and minds. With the cute small town, friendly people, and absolutely... pretty yummy foods! You'll never stop eating in Banpong ;D
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This was created as an assignment for Rebecca Bradley's Maps class at MICA!