Thai Signs: Mind Your Head

August 19, 2011
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This is one of those useful phrases that you need to learn if you don’t want to get hurt. In Thai it says “ra-wang see-sa”. The first word means “to be careful” and you might see it a lot on road signs. The second word means “head” which is more formal than “hua” which you will hear more often.

ระวัง ศีรษะ (ra-wang see-sa)

One Response to Thai Signs: Mind Your Head

  1. November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    Even normal-sized foreigners should take this sign seriously, with 175 cm I am really not tall, but often just fit exactly under such low ceilings. And once hit my head strongly on a not fully uplifted roller shutter…

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