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Thailand Countdown: 31December- 1January Nationwide
Let's countdown to the new year in the city of Angels, cerebrate this moment in the unique style for the night time, begin a new day with the auspicious moment in the city that the temple of located.




Bangkok China Town Festival, February
Come to celebrate the Chinese New Year at the biggest Chinatown in Thailand, Yaowarat Road renowned as the Golden Road, the Land of the Siamese Dragon. Watch the beauty, treasure the Chinese cultural demonstrations and experience a wide range of Chinese cuisine available at famous restaurants as well as fashion shows depicting ancient Chinese attire from various regions. The goldsmith shops offer you beautiful souvenirs. Last but not least, Chinese movies are sure to fascinate you.

Pattaya Music Festival
Take a break from all the tales of doom and despondency and worldly concerns, roll up for Thailand’s most popular music venue, the Pattaya International Music Festival, to be held on Pattaya Indoor Sports’ Stadium from 16th until the 18th of March. Billed as a perfect weekend break for old and young, the music festival will feature the top bands from Thailand, Asia and the international music scene.
There will be many talented singers and popular bands for a weekend of almost non-stop music and dance. The music will embrace a variety of eclectic styles from Hip Hop, Pop, Rock-n-Roll, and electronic music, Soft Jazz, Jazz, Pop-Dance and even easy-listening tunes. There will be both live bands and DJs spinning their latest grooves.

Songkran Festival, April
The Songkran Festival in Chiang Mai lasts for three days. The first day, April 13 is the time for people to purify their, mind, body, home and surroundings. April 14 is a day of making merit in various ways, such as offering sand to the temples, building sand chedi, and friendly water splashing. April 15 is the time to listen to the monk’s sermon, give wooden poles to support the great Bo tree, perform the bathing rite for Buddha images and monks, enshrine the ashes of their ancestors, release birds and fish, pay respect to elders and ask for their blessing, as well as splashing water on one another. The city area will be decorated in Lanna style to welcome the festival.

Candle Festival
The commencement of Phansa, or the Buddhist Rains Retreat, (known in Thai as Khao Phansa) is observed in the northeastern city of Ubon Ratchathani with this lovely festival that displays artistic skills as well as piety, Beautifully carved beeswax candles, some of them several meters tall, are exhibited in colourful parades before being presented to local temples. 

Royal Barge Procession
The breathtaking Royal Barge Procession provides a majestic panorama, as a fleet of 52 barges solemnly glides down the Chao Phraya River. Each barge is manned by fifty oarsmen who raise their silver and gold paddles in unison at the end of each stroke. Before the main event on November 5, 2007, there will also be three rehearsals on October 26, October 29 and November 2nd.


Buffalo Race
Thai buffalo racers compete in the annual water buffalo race October 24, 2007 in Chonburi, Thailand. The festival is a celebration for the rice farmers before the rice is harvested. Chonburi is 68 miles south of Bangkok.





Loi Krathong Festival
5 November 2006 Nationwide In a night of winter, walk along the river, flow "krathong"and wish for the best things.Discovering the beauty of the full moon in November.Only this night that you will know, the reflection of the full moon is not only one you will see. Let's light the candle and enjoy the wonderful moment, you will know...heaven is here on the earth. Venue : Chiang Mai, Tak, Sukhothai, Ayutthaya

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