Category: See & Do

Title: Tak Loi Krathong Sai Festival Description: Loy Krathong Sai, Thailand’s Festival of Lights, is a beautiful nighttime event, where Thai’s float ornately decorated Krathongs illuminated with candles, incense, and other decoration. In Tak province Loy Krathong is celebrated with unique custom of threading coconut shell Krathongs together and floating them in a candlelit chain…

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Title: Ok Phansa Tradition, Wax Castle Procession and Traditional Long Boat Races Location: Sakon Nakhon Description: Wax castle competition and grand procession of wax castles, traditional long boat races for the H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Trophy, contest of the peacock dance, “Festival of Well-known Products and Tasty Food of Sakon Nakhon”, sales of food…

Title: Sakon Nakhon Wax Castle Festival Location: Sakon Nakhon Description: One of the biggest events to commemorate Ok Phansa Day (the end of Buddhist Lent), the Sakhon Nakhon Wax Palace festival is one of Thailand’s many inspirational Buddhist holidays. Using beeswax, the local people create molded Buddhist temples, shrines, and other wonderful wax castles. The…

You could be forgiven for thinking that a domesticated buffalo is not built for sprinting, but in Chonburi town, the gateway to resorts along the east coast of the Gulf of Thailand, farmers have managed to tweak a turn of speed from these working animals that is nothing short of amazing. The annual Buffalo Race,…

Title: Nakhon Phanom Illuminated Boat Procession Location: Nakhon Phanom Description: Traditional long boat races on the Mekong River. Wax castles and illuminated float procession, competition on floating illuminated boats on the night of Ok Phansa (end of Buddhist Lent), local cultural performances, dancing to worship Phrathat Phanom which is jointly performed by 7 ethnic groups…