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November
The Festival of Water and Light is one of the most beautiful, spectacular and touching holidays in Thailand. It is annually held on the first full moon day in November. Bangkok’s locals spend the whole day making Krathongs, that is, small boats made

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November
World Film Festival, which takes place in Bangkok every October-November, is rightly considered to be one of the most prestigious cinema events in the Southeast Asia. It attracts more and more representatives of the movie industry and mass-media from

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February
Considering that Chinese form the largest ethnic minority in Bangkok, the Chinese New Year is celebrated spectacularly and in a big way. The holiday traditionally falls on the late January or early February and lasts for two weeks. Main events, devot

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March
Makha Bucha is one of the most important Buddhist holidays, which symbolizes purification of mind and enlightenment. It is a national holiday in Thailand and is celebrated on the full moon day of the third lunar month, which is usually between the se

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April
Songkran is the Thai New Year, which is traditionally celebrated in Thailand in the period from 13th to 15th of April. It is one of the country’s oldest holidays and marks the beginning of a new astrological year by ancient Indian calendar and the tr

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May
Visakha Puja is an important Buddhist holiday in honor of Buddha’s birth, enlightenment and nirvana. It is traditionally celebrated in May – early June. This bright holiday, during which people pay homage to Buddha’s wisdom and knowledge, is consider