Happy pigs


Happy Pigs

On the rural road between Korat and Buriram there are a few strange attractions. This is a shot of some giant pig statues. They sure look happy holding their bottle of beer. They are part of a larger group of statues used to advertise for a place that sells whole pork legs commonly used to make the dish khao kaa muu (stewed pork leg). Despite the marketing effort, the place always seems to be empty.

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