Blog Posts - Thai Festival



Thailand: Festival of Lights

Celebrants releasing sky lanterns near airports could face the death penalty as the military junta ruling Thailand cracks down on the popular - but sometimes dangerous - practice during the Festival of Lights.
by Accidental TravelWriter on Nov 6, 2014

Big Mountain Music Festival, Khao Yai

The Glastonbury Festival of Thailand? The Big Mountain Music Festival takes place in December every year at the Bonanza venue in Khao Yai, just a couple of hours drive outside of Bangkok.  Big Mountain Music Festival 5 As of now, the Big Mountain Mu...
by Can I Live In Thailand on Jul 26, 2014

Golden Mount Wat Saket Temple Fair Loy Krathong

What is Loy Krathong? Loy Krathong is a festival in Thailand celebrated every year during the full moon in November. It’s one of the most popular and famous celebrations in Thailand along with Songkhran; People from all over the country journey...
by Can I Live In Thailand on Jan 28, 2014

The Northern Lantern Festival & YI-PENG LOI KRATHONG @ Chiang Mai provincial centre November 10 – 31, 2010

The unusual ritual of launching Lanna-style floating lanterns (khome loi or khome yi-peng) is a unique aspect of the Chiang Mai Loi Krathong festival. Traditional belief has it that when these huge lanterns are set adrift and float away, so do the tr...
by Thailand Travel Blog on Dec 10, 2010

THE NORTHERN LANTERN FESTIVAL & YI-PENG LOI KRATHONG @ Chiang Mai provincial centre November 10 – 31, 2010

The unusual ritual of launching Lanna-style floating lanterns (khome loi or khome yi-peng) is a unique aspect of the Chiang Mai Loi Krathong festival. Traditional belief has it that when these huge lanterns are set adrift and float away, so do the tr...
by Thailand Travel Blog on Nov 18, 2010


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