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Langsat (Fair) Day Celebrates
Where: Uttaradit, Thailand
When:  Late September.
The economy of Uttaradit which is located on a province with the same name in north Thailand is based on the growth and sale of the Langsat fruit that is grown in South East Asia. It is known by its scientific name - "lansium domesticum".   Once a year, in the second half of September, the town holds a colored fair dedicated to the unique fruit. On the festive fair, folklore shows, an exhibition that present the industry related to the fruit, beauty queen ceremony and a colorful parade are held.  
Thai Beer Festival
Where: Bangkok, Thailand
When:  From early November until mid January.
Every year, from November until mid January, the Thai beer festivals are celebrated all over the country. Everywhere you can find “Beer Gardens”. Tables are taken out to the streets, locals and tourists are seated and drink various kinds of local and foreign beers.   The most famous “Beer Garden” is located in Bangkok in the World Trade Center plaza / Ratchaprasong junction.   In addition to the beer fiestas, music shows with the participation of bands and artists from all over Thailand are held....(read more)
River Kwai Bridge Week 2018
Where: Kanchanaburi, Thailand
When:  Annually, late November to early December 2018.
Every year, from end November to start December, the River Kwai Bridge fiestas are held. The famous train bridge was built by the Japanese who used the Allies prisoners of war during WWII as compulsion employees. The bridge is located 5 km from Kanchanaburi in North Thailand.   During the week, folklore shows, travel in the old train, an historic and archeological exhibition are held.   The climax of the events is an audio-visulal performance which shows the legacy of the bridge events which occurred during the war.
End of the Buddhist Lent & Naga Fireball Phenomenon 2018
Where: Non Thai, Thailand
When:  October 2018
Nong Khai is located in North East Thailand on the Mekong river shore. The town celebrates, every year, like many other places in Thailand, the end of the Buddhist fast. The events are held around full moon of the 11th month of the lunar calendar.   In Udon Thani near the border of Laos, on the nights, before and after the fast, you can see in the sky along the river reddish fire balls rising from the ground up to several hundred meters. There are some explanations to the phenomenon.   There is a version that says that...(read more)
Bor Sang's Umbrella and Handicraft Festival
Where: Chiang Mai, Thailand
When:  January.
The little village Bor Sang is located on the high way 1006, 6 km east to Chiang Mai in North Thailand. The village becomes expert in artistic production of umbrellas and sunshades.   Once a year, in mid January, the village holds a colored festival that exhibit the products of the village; umbrellas, sunshades and artistic hand made crafts. During the festival’s days, the streets are decorated with color lights and hundreds of umbrellas are hanging on the windows of the houses and stores. The visitors can enjoy concerts,...(read more)
Phichit Long Boat Race
Where: Phichit, Thailand
When:  Annually on the first weekend of September.
Phichit which is located on the Nan river shore in North Thailand holds, once a year, a traditional long boat race. In the races on the Nan water, 40 traditional long rowing boats compete in various categories; 41-55 paddlers, 31-40 paddlers and boats with less than 30 paddlers.   During the two days of the contests, a colored fair takes place. Culture shows, various music shows are held. In the fair the visitors can find stands that sell typical fruits of the area – Guavas, Pomelos, Tamarhindi, sweets, organic vegetables,...(read more)
Phon Lak Phra Festival in Phatthalung
Where: Phatthalung, Thailand
When:  October.
Phatthalung which is located in south Thailand holds, every year, a noisy colorful festival that combines religious tradition with folklore fiestas. In the center of the fiestas stands the traditional drum called Phon and his sound accompanies the traditional Buddhist parades.   Phon Lak Phra festival is held on the full moon of the 11th month according to the Thai Lunar calendar. The festival celebrates the ending of the Buddhist fast. According to local tradition, the believers carry the Buddha statues from the shrines to the...(read more)
The Wat Bang Phra Tattoo Festival
Where: Bangkok, Thailand
When:  March.
The expertise of the monks of Wat Bang Phra shrine in creating tattoos is known all over Thailand. The shrine is located in Nakhon Chai Si region, 50 km west to Bangkok. The shrine holds, every year in March a unique tattoo festival. During the festival's days, thousands of believers - men only, reach the shrine in order to worship and carry out the special Thai ritual. In the festival you can see groups of believers and monks tattoo the arms and backs of the visitors with long needles. The tattoos are mostly beasts of prey and...(read more)
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