The Constitution Day The Constitution Day is the anniversary of the day King Rama VII granted the First Constitution of Thailand to his people in 1932. December 10 marks the Constitution Day.... (More Info on Thailand Constitution Day).
The Royal Ploughing Ceremony One of the most colorful and important royal ceremonies performed each year takes place in May at Sanam Luang near the Grand Palace in Bangkok just before the annual rains typically arrive.... (More Info on Thailand Royal Ploughing Ceremony).
Sart Festival The Thai Sart Day refers to merit-making activities in the middle of the traditional Thai year, and if counted by the lunar calendar, falls on the fifteenth day of the waning moon of the tenth lunar month.... (More Information on Thailand Sart Festival).
Songkran Festival - Water Festival - Thai New Year Songkran, the Thai New Year celebrated from April 13 to April 15, is the most important, the best known and the gayest of Thailand's festivals. To the Thai people, this festival is one of water splashing and although it has religious significance, it usually turns into great fun.... (More Info on Thailand Songkran Festival).
International New Year's Festival In Thailand there are three New Year's days. The Western, on Jan 1st, the Chinese New Year on the first day of the First Lunar month, usually in February and the Thai New Year marked by the Songkran festival in April. Though January 1 is considered as official New Year.... (More Info On Thailand New Year).
Loy Krathong - Full Moon Festival Loy Krathong Festival, pronounced Loy Kratong, is held every full moon night in November, the only full moon in November. This a festival where Thai people prepare small round boats known as 'kratong's' made banana tree trunks and decorated with banana tree leaves.... (More Info On Thailand Loy Krathong Festival).