Annual Mekong River Festival
Bangkok International Film Festival
Chao Pho - Chao Mae Pak Nam Pho Procession
and Nakhon Sawan Chinese Festival
The day procession is on 12 February 2005 at 7:00am along SawanWitte Road and Matulee Road.
Chiang Mai Flower Festival
If you like beautiful flowers and decorative plants, this is the festival for you. Experience these beautiful flower-decorated floats and the Flower Queen Beauty Pageant and flower arranging contest. Also, exhibits of wide variety of agricultural products and booths from different districts in Chiang Mai.
Sea Turtle Conservation Festival
Free the turtle fair is annually held at Thai Mueang Beach. During the festival baby turtles raised by the Fisheries Department are released into the sea at Thai Mueang Beach.
Hat Yai Chinese New Year
Thailand China Town Festival
Come to celebrate the Chinese New Year at the biggest China Town in Thailand, Yaowarat Road renowned as the Golden Road, the Land of Siamese Dragon. Watch the Beauty Pageant. Treasure the Chinese cultural demonstrations and experience choices of Chinese cuisine available at famous Chinese restaurants as well as fashion show depicting ancient Chinese attire in various regions. The goldsmith shops offer you beautiful souvenirs. Last but not least, Chinese movies will fascinate you.
Chai Nat Straw Birds Festival
This festival is held annually during Chinese New Year around the month of February. The festival features a straw-bird exhibition, parade and straw-bird making contest. All events take place at the city hall. After the parade, each straw-bird will be shown at Chai Nat Bird Park where a bazaar and fun fair's held. A variety of goods and products are on sale at the fair.
Bangkok China Town Festival
Chao Mae Lim Ko Niao Fair
Annual Kalasin Prae Wa Silk Festival
Pattaya Music Festival
Enjoy free concerts of different types of music: pop, rock, dance music, hip-hop, and jazz over two days and two nights. This will be the greatest meeting of leading Thai and overseas singers. Have fun at the Pattaya Beach by playing water-sports such as jet-skis and banana boats.
Phanom Rung Festival
This recently established festival commemorates the restoration of the impressive Angkor-style temple complex. It involves a daytime procession to Khao Phanom Rung and an impressive light and sound presentation at night.
Hat Yai Midnight Songkran Festival
Come and splash water to celebrate Songkran and watch a pageant of beauty queens. Witness the beautiful procession. Enjoy the fire show, cultural performance and all kinds of entertainment during the festival.
Dok Khun Siang Khaen Fair and I-San Songkran Festival
Experience the beauty of Dok Khun in full bloom throughout this Northeastern province. Enjoy water splashing I-san style in the unique Sticky Rice Road ( Thanon Khao Niao ), as well as demonstrations and a contest of delectable local cusine in the grand city of Khon Kaen. Also see ox-cart procession decorated with beautiful flowers and a beautiful flowers and a beauty pageant.
I-San Maha Songkran Festival
You will see a beautiful procession to srinkle water onto Luang Pho Phra Sai at Wat Pho Chai. Join in the water splashing to celebrate the New Year. Watch Thai traditional sports. Visit our beloved elderly people and ask for their blessing. There's also culture activities and all kinds of entertainment on offer during the festival.
Chiang Mai Songkran Festival
Partake in our Songkran Festival in Chiang Mai. In the morning, there will be merit making and receiving blessing water from elders and watch the spectacular Songkran procession, cultural shows and beauty pageant.
Ayutthaya Songkran Festival (Old Capital's Songkran)
In the morning, people will offer food to monks and make merit. Sprinkle water onto the lord Buddha images for blessing. Watch the beautiful procession of flower-arranged floats and a beauty pageant. View the beautiful Songkran procession and cultural performances. Water splashing is also popular.
Wan Lai bang Saen Songkran Festival
Phra Pradaeng Songkran Festival
You will enjoy the Songkran procession of decorative floats and a procession of birds and fish. View the excotic game of "Saba" played by the Mon descendants. Also checks out the Beauty Queen and King Pageant.
Toh Moh Goddess Shrine Festival
Trat Fruit and Produce Festival
Featuring the fruit-decorated float contest, agricultural produce contest, exhibition and distribution of agricultural produce. Agriculture related tours are available so you can enjoy your visit to different orchards and take a bite of local fruits.
This explosive festival is held during the second weekend of May. The purpose is to promote group unity and ask holy spirits for seasonal rain. The festival is now a national event with grand rocket procession, local dances and the launching of rockets at Phaya Thaen Park.
Bun Luang and Phi Ta Khon Festival
The Siam Tulip Festival of Chaiyaphum
Hua Hin Jazz Festival
Relax at the Hua Hin Jazz Festival where you will enjoy both renowned Thai and international jazz musicians, familiar all-time favourites and contemporary works.
A true celebration of jazz in a beautiful beach atmosphere where you can also enjoy sumptuous cuisine and refreshments available at different stands along the beach. If you enjoy unique folk handicrafts for souvenirs, this will also be a chance for you to do your shopping for your beloved ones.
Sing Buri fruit festival
While we often hear of fruit tours to Rayong, Chanthaburi and Trat, seldom is Sing Buri, just 142 kilometres north of Bangkok, mentioned in the same vein. Its Tha Chang district, in fact, is full of fruit orchards and farms.
During the Buddhist Lent, the candle procession has long been traditionally organised so that the candles can be taken to the temples as offerings to monks together with oil and bathing cloths.
People prepare to receive the Royal lent Candle. They will also
enjoy others activities in this special Festival, namely the Candle
Beauty Pageant, the Candle Competition and "Pha Khao Laeng" style dinner. In the Lent Candle Procession, there are a large numbers
of participants dressed in local costumes. along the way, they perform
exotic local dances.
Kolae Boat Racing and Narathiwat Product Festival
This annual fair shows off the produce and marine culture of Narathiwat. Vistors will enjoy shopping, boat races and exhibitions of local products from each district. You can take part in many festivities such as Arts and Crafts Exhibition, Chawa's Dove Cooing Contest and Kolae Boat Racing King's Cup.
The Bathing of Phra Buddha Mahadhamaracha Festival or Um
Phra Dam Nam Ceremony
Phra Buddha Mahadhamaracha is a highly revered ancient Buddha image of Phetchabun. The image was found in the Pasak River by agroup of farmers four hundred years ago and was taken to the housed in Wat Trai Phum. According to a legend, The Buddha image has disappeared twice from the temple and was later found in the water. The rumor said that the Buddha image had simply wandered out of the temple.
So a ritual bathing ceremony is held and start at 1pm. The image is carried around town and put under a tent in Wat Trai Phum. So buddhists can pay homage to it and stick gold leaves on the image. In the evening, prayers are chanted. At night, there are various kinds of entertainment. The next morning, people make merit by offering food and other neccessities to monks. After the ceremony, the water in the river is regarded as sacred. As a result, people swim in it or drink it before the boat racing begins.
Phuket Vegetarian Festival
If you are a veggie-lover, or just enjoy seeing super-human displayes of devotion like scaling razor-ranged ladders, this festival is for you. It is believed this is the time to purify mind and soul by refraining from meat consumption. This festival is believed to be a tradition imported by Chinese immigrants.
There will be a ceremony to welcome the nine gods of Taoism. Symbolising the presence of the deities throughout the festival, nine lanterns are to be lit up and placed aloft a Ko Teng pole.
In the evening of the sixth day of the waxing moon, there will be a religious and incredible displays of face-and-body-piercing.
On the last day, there is a grand finale procession of devotees through the streets, beside altars, and exploding fireworks.
The Illuminated Boat Procession Festival of Nakhon Phanom
Experience some traditional boat reces on the Mekong River, along with light and sound presentation and local cultural shows. A wide selection of local handicrafts and OTP products are also on sale.
Chak Phra & Thot Phapa Festival
A waterborne Buddhist ceremony is enhanced by boat races and a variety of entertainments.
Sakon Nakhon Wax Castle Festival and Boat Racing
Featured in the event are a spectacular Wax Castle Procession, merit-making and alms-giving rites at Phrathat Choengchum and Sakon's Food and Goods Fair. Plus there's the world's only Peacock Dancing Contest. Get caught up the Royal Cup Long Boat Race and snap up local handicrafts and OTOP products from several stores.
The Buffalo Races Festival
Buffalo races with "jockeys" on thier back, and a humourous beauty pageant for these beast of barden are all part of the fun.
Naga Fireball Phenomenon and Illuminated Boat Procession Festival
Experience an amazing phenomenon inthis northeastern province. Every year, on the night marking the end of Buddhist Lent, Fireballs of various sizes shoot out of the Mekong River. Watch the light and sound show to learn the legend about how king of the sepents (Phaya Nak) Shoots fireballs for paying a tribute to the Lord Buddha.
Bua Tong Festival
Bua Tong are a tiny yellow wild sunflowers, which blossom over the Doi Mae U-kho mountain range along the Thai-Burmese border during November. The golden carpet blanketed with morning mist makes it an unforgettable vista.
Sukhothai's Loi Krathong Festival
Come and get a new perspective on this world heritage. Sukhothai's Loi Krathong is held annually on the full moon night of the 12th lunar month at the Sukhothai Historical Park. Activities during the festival include krathong floating, a fireworks display, and local games and performances amidst the historical splendour of the 700-year-ancient temples of the Sukhothai Historical Park.
Chiang Mai Yi Peng Festival
Tak's Loi Krathong Sai Festival
This festival involves Royal Lamps, and a light and sound presentation on a water screen. Other attractions include a beauty pageant, and a bazaar of local handicrafts.
Loi Krathong Tam Pathip Festival
Our fascinating Loi Krathong festival has long been celebrated all over the country and slowly evolved into different spectacles.
Enjoy the festivities, which includes a beauty pageant (Nang Nopphamat), and procession, a thai food fair, fireworks, floating lanterns and long boat races.
Krabi Boek FA Andaman Festival
An annual event, these festivities inaugurate the province's tourist season with parades, local products contests, sea-kayak competition and boat races.
Ayutthaya World Heritage Festival
Enjoy the light and sound presentation. Come to Wat Mahathat in Phra Nakhon Si Ayyuthaya Historical Park and be enchanted by the "Suek Phromat" Episode of the Ramayana.
You are invited to visit our ancient kingdom and its hundreds of well-preserved ruins, take a boat and cruise along the river to see the island city and its ancient way of life.
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