Israel-Thai Friendship Pavilion, Tel-Aviv, Israel

Israel-Thai Friendship Pavilion, located in Beduinn Park, Tel-Aviv, Israel, is built to commemorate the first diplomatic relationship between Thailand and Israel in 1998 and also to celebrate His Majesty the King Bhumipol Adulayadejs 72th birthday. The Pavilion is a small size and made of fine quality teak wood in traditional Thai red colour and finished with real gold surface. The total time for constrction in Thailand is 6 months and then knocked down into small pieces for shipping to Israel. Five well trained skilled labours are sent from Thailand to reconstruct the Pavilion in Tel-Aviv which takes 1 month to complete the project.