10 Places in Thailand to join and enjoy the ongoing 2018 Chinese Vegetarian Festival:

#1 Bangkok Vegetarian Festival
Location : Yaowarat Road
When : October 8 – 17 , 2018

#2 Trang Vegetarian Festival
Location : Trang Municipality
When : October 8 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 75 – 218 – 017

#3 Hat Yai Vegetarian Festival
Location : Tong Sia Siang Teung Foundation
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 74 – 350 – 955

#4 Phang Nga Vegetarian Festival
Location : Phang Nga Municipality
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 76 – 411 – 780

#5 Phuket Vegetarian Festival
Location : Jui Tui Shrine and Chinese Shrines in Phuket
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 76 – 213 – 243

#6 Krabi Vegetarian Festival
Location : Krabi Provincial Administrative Organization and Chinese Shrines in Krabi
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 75 – 600 – 280

#7 Ranong Vegetarian Festival
Location : Ranong Municipality and Chinese Shrines in Ranong
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 77 – 811 – 422

#8 Samut Sakhon Vegetarian Festival
Location : Samut Sakhon Municipality
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 34 – 411 – 208, +66 34 – 413 – 853

#9 Pattaya Vegetarian Festival
Location : Sawang Boriboon Foundation
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : + 66 38 – 222 – 474

#10 Chiang Rai Vegetarian Festival
Location : Chiang Rai Foundation
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 53 – 711 – 016

10 Places in Thailand to join and enjoy the ongoing 2018 Chinese Vegetarian Festival:

#1 Bangkok Vegetarian Festival
Location : Yaowarat Road
When : October 8 – 17 , 2018

#2 Trang Vegetarian Festival
Location : Trang Municipality
When : October 8 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 75 – 218 – 017

#3 Hat Yai Vegetarian Festival
Location : Tong Sia Siang Teung Foundation
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 74 – 350 – 955

#4 Phang Nga Vegetarian Festival
Location : Phang Nga Municipality
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 76 – 411 – 780

#5 Phuket Vegetarian Festival
Location : Jui Tui Shrine and Chinese Shrines in Phuket
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 76 – 213 – 243

#6 Krabi Vegetarian Festival
Location : Krabi Provincial Administrative Organization and Chinese Shrines in Krabi
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 75 – 600 – 280

#7 Ranong Vegetarian Festival
Location : Ranong Municipality and Chinese Shrines in Ranong
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 77 – 811 – 422

#8 Samut Sakhon Vegetarian Festival
Location : Samut Sakhon Municipality
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 34 – 411 – 208, +66 34 – 413 – 853

#9 Pattaya Vegetarian Festival
Location : Sawang Boriboon Foundation
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : + 66 38 – 222 – 474

#10 Chiang Rai Vegetarian Festival
Location : Chiang Rai Foundation
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 53 – 711 – 016

10 Places in Thailand to join and enjoy the ongoing 2018 Chinese Vegetarian Festival:

#1 Bangkok Vegetarian Festival
Location : Yaowarat Road
When : October 8 – 17 , 2018

#2 Trang Vegetarian Festival
Location : Trang Municipality
When : October 8 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 75 – 218 – 017

#3 Hat Yai Vegetarian Festival
Location : Tong Sia Siang Teung Foundation
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 74 – 350 – 955

#4 Phang Nga Vegetarian Festival
Location : Phang Nga Municipality
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 76 – 411 – 780

#5 Phuket Vegetarian Festival
Location : Jui Tui Shrine and Chinese Shrines in Phuket
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 76 – 213 – 243

#6 Krabi Vegetarian Festival
Location : Krabi Provincial Administrative Organization and Chinese Shrines in Krabi
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 75 – 600 – 280

#7 Ranong Vegetarian Festival
Location : Ranong Municipality and Chinese Shrines in Ranong
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 77 – 811 – 422

#8 Samut Sakhon Vegetarian Festival
Location : Samut Sakhon Municipality
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 34 – 411 – 208, +66 34 – 413 – 853

#9 Pattaya Vegetarian Festival
Location : Sawang Boriboon Foundation
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : + 66 38 – 222 – 474

#10 Chiang Rai Vegetarian Festival
Location : Chiang Rai Foundation
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 53 – 711 – 016

10 Places in Thailand to join and enjoy the ongoing 2018 Chinese Vegetarian Festival:

#1 Bangkok Vegetarian Festival
Location : Yaowarat Road
When : October 8 – 17 , 2018

#2 Trang Vegetarian Festival
Location : Trang Municipality
When : October 8 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 75 – 218 – 017

#3 Hat Yai Vegetarian Festival
Location : Tong Sia Siang Teung Foundation
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 74 – 350 – 955

#4 Phang Nga Vegetarian Festival
Location : Phang Nga Municipality
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 76 – 411 – 780

#5 Phuket Vegetarian Festival
Location : Jui Tui Shrine and Chinese Shrines in Phuket
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 76 – 213 – 243

#6 Krabi Vegetarian Festival
Location : Krabi Provincial Administrative Organization and Chinese Shrines in Krabi
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 75 – 600 – 280

#7 Ranong Vegetarian Festival
Location : Ranong Municipality and Chinese Shrines in Ranong
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 77 – 811 – 422

#8 Samut Sakhon Vegetarian Festival
Location : Samut Sakhon Municipality
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 34 – 411 – 208, +66 34 – 413 – 853

#9 Pattaya Vegetarian Festival
Location : Sawang Boriboon Foundation
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : + 66 38 – 222 – 474

#10 Chiang Rai Vegetarian Festival
Location : Chiang Rai Foundation
When : October 9 – 17 , 2018
Tel : +66 53 – 711 – 016

People celebrated Holi Festival of Colors in Bangkok

Ambassador of India to Thailand H.E. Mr. Bhagwant Singh Bishnoi and Mrs.Rupa Bishnoi

BANGKOK, THAILAND – MAR 11: People celebrated Holi Festival of Colors, Mar 11, 2018 in SHOW DC, Bangkok, Thailand.

The Indian community & Thais turned out in large numbers. Ambassador of India to Thailand H.E. Mr. Bhagwant Singh Bishnoi and Mrs.Rupa Bishnoi joined #HoliRangotsavBangkok2018 @SHOWDC in #Bangkok, organized by @vhpthailand. Holi, marks the arrival of spring, being one of the biggest festivals in Asia…

 

‘Songkran Festival’ extended to five-day holiday from April 12 to 16

The Cabinet on Tuesday gave the green light for the five-day “Songkran Festival” holiday from April 12 to 16.

To accommodate people travelling up-country to visit their hometowns, and to stimulate nationwide tourism, the Cabinet allowed Thursday, April 12, as an additional holiday on top of the festival time from April 13 to 16.

As traffic congestion is expected during the long holiday period, Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha also instructed state officials to prepare measures to improve road safety and public order.

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/national/30339797

Dussehra festival celebrated in Thailand

Hindus perform a ritual during a Dussehra celebration in downtown Bangkok, Thailand, September 30, 2017. Hindus in Bangkok joined a series of festivities on Saturday evening to observe Dussehra, a major Hindu festival marking Lord Rama’s victory over Ravana, the ten-headed demon king.

Dussehra celebration in downtown Bangkok, Thailand 2017
Dussehra celebration in downtown Bangkok, Thailand 2017
Dussehra celebration in downtown Bangkok, Thailand 2017

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Amazing Songkran Experience festival 2017

Amazing Songkran Experience festival 2017 will take place at Benjasiri Park in Bangkok on April 8 – 13, 2017 from 12.00 to 20.00 hrs.

Amazing Songkran Experience festival 2017 will take place at Benjasiri Park in Bangkok on April 8 – 13, 2017 from 12.00 to 20.00 hrs. The event will showcase the unique local experiences and provide an insight into some of the fascinating Sonkran traditions from every part of Thailand.

The festival is divided into four zones, each of which is packed with demonstrations of local culture, and cuisine. The four zones at Amazing Songkran Experience festival 2017 include:

Zone 1: The tourists will get the chance to appreciate the more spiritual side of Songkran by being blessed by pouring water to the buddha image on Mont Meru. There will be the demonstration of paying respect to elders by pouring water from five regions of the country and The workshop activities on making Thai scented water, scented flour bunch and Thai pot – pourri, dried flowers.

Zone 2: Discover Songkran Celebration in Five Regions: Every region in the country will celebrate the Songkran festival. This zone will gather a variety of myths, cultures, and traditions, representing each region of Thailand. This zone includes;The northern region calls their Songkran festivals as “Pee Mai Muang”, demonstrating local Lanna women riding a Kang Chong (a Northern vehicle) and There are also showcases of the northern handicrafts. The northeasterners handle Songkran Festival in the simple and warm way. They call Songkran as Boon Duen Ha or the 5th month merit.

The central region will offer Songkran in Phra Pradaeng, where is one of the few places in Thailand that celebrates the Songkran Festival in the Thai-Mon style. Visitors will have the opportunity to take photos with “Loy Chai Boy”, men who dressed in traditional Raman costume.

The southern region will showcase the celebration in the fishermen style and also will teach the southern handicrafts. The eastern region will represent Sri Maharaja Songkran Festival in Chonburi Province. The observance of the ‘kong khao’ religious ritual and other customs related to the celebration of the Thai New Year. In addition, there will be the selfie zone for visitors to wear Thai costumes and take photos.

Zone 3:  Unique Culinary Delights: This zone will offer food and desserts from all five regions for example, rice in ice water  or Khao Chae. This will enable visitors to get a taste of the vibrancy and variety of the kingdom’s cuisine.

Zone 4: Amazing Songkran Main Stage: There will be many cultural performances and local edutainment activities from five regions of Thailand, for example, Thai Blind Boxing or Muay Tub Jak and Thai chilli paste making.  Miss Amazing Songkran International Beauty Contest will be held on April 13, 2017. The six-day event will showcase the unique local experiences.

 

source: tourismthailand.org

Pang Sida National Park to hold annual butterfly festival

National News Bureau Of Thailand | Pang Sida National Park to hold annual butterfly festival

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