Held in every year in January Thailand's local industries are highlighted in a display of locally made products and crafts. The items you see...

31 December - 1 January (Nationwide) Seeing in the New Year is an age-old tradition and one where people all over the world celebrate...

Dok Khoon Siang Khaen Flower Festival is held annually at Bung Kaen Nakhon, one of the province's premier recreation areas, on 12-15 April, which...

Late October and early November sees the Wan Awk Phansba festival marking the end of Buddhist monk’s temple retreat during the rainy season. The focus...

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Thailand is a Buddhist country with numerous festivals held in a year. Coming here, you should not miss taking part in cultural events such as the lantern festival or monkey buffet festival. There are a lot of traditional festivals held in the last half year.

Christmas is a big festival which is familiar with all countries over the world. Many people plan their holiday at Christmas. Tourist destinations prepare and open to receive visitors on this occasion. Let’s drop by Thailand to explore Christmas occasion in this country.

Tet Holiday (Song Kran festival) is the biggest festival in Thailand. Taking part in this festival and splashing water activity with the locals will be unforgettable experiences that you should try once. These are useful information about Tet holiday in Thailand.

Erawan National Park
Founded in 1975 as Thailands 12th National Park, it is covering an area of km². Located on West Thailand in the Tenasserim Hills of...