All Thais across the country take pride in the listing of Si Thep historical park as a UNESCO’s World Heritage and are eager to know what treasures and interesting local products Si Thep District and Phetchabun Province hold.
The Facebook page: Si Thep has posted pictures of elaborately-shaped ice cream depicting ancient lintel patterns found in the historical park.
The caption reads, “Ice cream of the ancient town. Delicious ice cream with cool designs. When you visit Si Thep, you’ll learn what the patterns represent and where they are in the Si Thep ancient town.”
Additionally, they mentioned that the ice cream will be available for sale from today until Sept 24 within the celebration of Si Thep World Heritage at Khao Khlang Nok inside the historical park. Since the post was shared, many people have commented, liked, and shared it.
Si Thep historical park is a significant archaeological site in Phetchabun Province, influenced by a blend of cultural and artistic traditions such as Dvaravati art and Khmer art. It is estimated to be over 1,000 years old, thriving from the 11th to the 16th Buddhist centuries, older than the Lanna Kingdom.
Apart from the well-known sweet tamarind products of Phetchabun Province, there are several other local products, including preserved fish, black glutinous rice, traditional indigo pants, crispy banana with tamarind, ancient knife forging, and an abundance of vegetables and fruits like baby carrots, strawberries, avocados, and sweet green oranges. (TNA)