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Bangkok : Festivals & Events 2012
 Chinese New Year (23 Jan)
chinese new year festival
Chinese New Year Festival at Bangkok Chinatown, Yaowarat Road, there are numbers of demonstrations presenting Chinese cultures such as traditional Chinese Lanterns, Kang Fu Fighting, Chinese dragon and lion dances, ancient Chinese costumes, music, and the Emperor’s recipes.  

 Kite Flying Festival (March)
kite flying festival
In March when the wind never fails to blow and the sky is clear and bright, people go to Sanam Luang, the main ground opposite the Grand Palace, to join or watch kite flying, an activity popular in this country since ancient times. A Thai kite fighting contest is held annually.

 Bangkok Songkran (13 - 15 Apr)
songkran festival
The traditional Thai New Year, joyfully celebrated citywide and countrywide with rituals of merit making, cleaning houses, honouring elders, parades of dancers and music troupes, and boat races. In Bangkok the event is held in grand-scale around the Rattanakosin Island, i.e. the Grand Palace and Sanam Luang area, and the nearby Khaosan Road. The revered Phra Buddha Sihing image will be carried to Sanam Luang to be bathed by devotees. What makes the festival most fun and interesting is water splashing.

 Ploughing Ceremony (9 May)
Presided over by the King, this ancient Brahmanic ceremony is held at Sanam Luang to mark the beginning of the planting season and to bless the farmers with bumper harvests in the year.

 Loi Krathong (28 Nov)
The event is observed citywide and nationwide. In the evening, people gather at the waterside to float krathong, lotus-shaped vessels lovely decorated with flowers and lit candles, as a thanksgiving and worship to the Goddess of Water. There are also fun fairs, concerts, beauty contests and other entertainment activities.

 Golden Mount Fair (November or December)
Annually held 7 nights and 8 days (from the 11th day of the waxing moon of the 12th lunar month to the 3rd of the waning moon of the same month), the event's purpose is to worship the Buddha's relics enshrined in the Golden Mount in the compound of Saket Temple. It features folk plays, sales of foods and other products, and amusements.

*The event dates are tentative, please check before travelling.

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South & West of Bangkok
Sampran Riverside
Samphran Crocodile & Elephant Show
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Floating Market (Damnoen Saduak)
Amphawa Floating Market
Rom Hub Market (Folding Umbrella Mraket)
Samut Songkhram Homestay
King Rama II Memorial Park

River Kwai Bridge (Death Railway)

East of Bangkok
Samutprakan Crocodile Farm & Zoo
The Erawan Museum
Ancient City or Muang Boran

North of Bangkok
Bang Pa-in Palace
Ancient Ruins of Ayutthaya
Chokchai Farm Boutique Camping
Dream World