The festival is being held at Ka Poh district, where both local authorities and residents took part in the kite flying occasion. The event also featured a four-meter-long kite that required several people to maneuver it.
Joining the crowd were Pattani Deputy Governor Jaruwat Kliangkloaw, Ka Poh district officials and other local community leaders.
The 6th Kite Festival continues until May 18 and encourages youngsters to learn the traditional craft of making and flying kites. More than 500 kites have been submitted in the kite flying competition this year.
Rewriter : Rodney McNeil
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