Pailin

What is Pailin known for?


red based

-pon'' over their ''eingy''. It has white, grey, black or terracotta colors. They put the gaung baung turban on their head and on their feet wear simple rubber or velvet slippers. For Kola women's calf-length ''longyi'' are in solid colors, flower prints and many kinds of designs. They soften have a red based color, with partial stripes or very small checks similar to what Mon (Mon people) wear. They also often have horizontal or vertical stripes at the middle part. Royalty traditionally wore a long dress called "thin-dai" decorated by many threads. It was always worn by a lord's daughter and the king of the province's lady. The Women wears a beautiful blouse and a lovely shirt which is known as ''eingyi''. The shirt is decorated with several colors and many piece of silver. The shirt also has horizontal or vertical stripes at the middle part in some beauty color. Kola women tie a traditional shawl on their ''eingyi'' as well as they put the shawl on their shoulders. Women tie a lovely band on their head and wear beautiful flowers in their hair, allowing their hair to drop as a ponytail above their shoulders. They sometimes took a traditional umbrella made from baboom with them. The footwear is simple slippers of leather or velvet called Hnyat-phanat. All of these costumes were shiny with bright colors during celebrations. The clothing is very similar to what is worn by the Shan in Burma. wikipedia:Pailin


stone quot'

in the wood for pleasure. Such a pleasure hunting made all spirits living in the forest surprised. One day the most powerful spirit transformed himself to meet grandfather Yart and grandmother Yart so as to send verbal message to ask the grandparents to tell the hunters not to fire at animals all over the woods which caused all spirits to be frightened, lose their children and grandchildren. " So, stop firing, we will help you with finding precious stone, " the spirit said, "


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to the feet. It is held in place by folding fabric over, without a knot. It is also sometimes folded up to the knee for comfort. These traditional "longyi" have about 2 meters of in length of swan. The cloth is made of cotton and sometimes from silk. Kola men wear ankle-length patterns of checks, plaids or stripes "Longyi" in any kinds of color. The Men always wear their white ''eingyi'' shirt which has a mandarin collar and sometimes also wear a traditional jacket called ''taik


folktales

for meditation. The building up of the place is originally coming up with a folktales about At that time, there were a husband and a wife who had the same names, Yart. They worked as gem miners in Pailin area. When they grew old they went to take meditation on a mountain which is now called Phnom Yart. The Pailinners who often went to sell gems in Siam bought some hand guns and rifles in order to protect their property and residence. When they were bored, they took guns and went to hunt animals


shows influence

who are in the gem business, gem stones of Pailin are comparable to the gem stones from the Mogok region in Burma; thus, Khmer people believed the Kola or immigrants from Burma were from the Mogok region of Burma). There are several dialects spoken locally including Khmer, Shan and Kola. The local Khmer dialect shows

influence in tone and pronunciation from the Burmese languages as well as Kham Muang (Northern Thai language) and Mon language. In Pailin, there are a few different kinds of foods. Kola's food is distinct from Burma's Cuisine (Cuisine of Burma) as well. The most popular Burmese style one is '''Mee Kola''' (មីកុឡា) which is a vegetarian noodle dish made from thin rice stick (Rice vermicelli) noodles, steamed and cooked with soy sauce and garlic chive, sometimes mixed with some meats


850

and Pailin of Cambodia and the shore to the Gulf of Thailand. The neighboring provinces are Trat (Trat Province) in the east and Rayong (Rayong Province), Chonburi (Chonburi Province), Chachoengsao (Chachoengsao Province) and Sa Kaeo (Sa Kaeo Province). thumb 200px right Sarus Crane (File:Grus antigone Luc viatour.jpg) Cambodia has a wide variety of plants and animals. There are 212 mammal species, 536 bird species, 240 reptile species, 850 freshwater fish


cultural show

who are in the gem business, gem stones of Pailin are comparable to the gem stones from the Mogok region in Burma; thus, Khmer people believed the Kola or immigrants from Burma were from the Mogok region of Burma). There are several dialects spoken locally including Khmer, Shan and Kola. The local Khmer dialect shows


rich

; in order to become rich and prosperous." " But if you become the rich, build a pagoda at this mountain site and then play music with peacock dance every holyday, " said the spirit.The spirit disappeared soon after telling, Grandpa Yart and grandma Yart took the message and went to inform all residents. The residents obeyed the spirit's advice.

Burma blog-35587.html title Traditional Costume in Myanmar year 2009 publisher Travel blog accessdate 2009-02-07 The houses in Pailin are built from wood, about 8 cm to 1 meter includes a wide door and in the middle of house, there are the hermitages (Hermitage (religious retreat)) of Buddha and anothers spirit house. The Kola People are fond of planting roses in front of their homes. Economy The surrounding area was rich in a variety of gemstones which were

''' is a city in Pailin Province, in the Cardamom and Elephant Mountains region of Cambodia. Understand thumb 300px Pailin from Phnom Yat (Image:View from Phnom Yat. , Pailin.jpg) Historically a gem town, Pailin attracted immigrants from gem-rich Burma, which gives it a unique culture that is neither strictly traditional Khmer nor Burmese. Its more recent history is particularly dark, with the successful invasion by the Khmer Rouge in the 1980s. For most of the 1990s the area


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who are in the gem business, gem stones of Pailin are comparable to the gem stones from the Mogok region in Burma; thus, Khmer people believed the Kola or immigrants from Burma were from the Mogok region of Burma). There are several dialects spoken locally including Khmer, Shan and Kola. The local Khmer dialect shows


popular devotion

by Shan (Shan people) migrants from Myanmar in 1922, is a holy place for worship in the heart of Pailin with includes an old pagoda, similar to the Kola pagoda (Culture of Burma#Pagodas and monasteries). With loads of folk tales and legends in the area, the wat is the centre of popular devotion, for residents of Pailin and visitors alike upon many ancient structures on Phnom Yat, including big and small stupas and Asroms (Spirit house) or hermitages (Hermitage (religious retreat)), places

Pailin

'''Pailin''' ( ) is a province (''khaet'') in western Cambodia at the northern edge of the Cardamom Mountains near the border of Thailand. This province is surrounded by Battambang Province, and was officially carved out of Battambang to become a separate administrative division after the surrender of the Ieng Sary faction of the Khmer Rouge in 1996. Pailin is known to much of the world for having long been a stronghold of the Khmer Rouge, remaining under their control long after they were defeated in 1979 and serving from 1994 to 1998 as the capital of the "Provisional Government of National Union and National Salvation of Cambodia." Within Cambodia Pailin is known for its natural resources, namely, precious gems and logging.

Once a part of regional power the Khmer Empire, Pailin was later ruled by the Siamese (Thai (Thai people)) to varying degrees from 1594 until 1946 when it was returned to Cambodia. It was known to the Thai as "Phailin" (

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