Thailand’s craziest, coolest, and most bizarre festivals – Enjoying a vibrant culture

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Thailand is a destination for partying! It’s not just about the regular beach parties, but also about the cultural events with many unique traditions and rituals.


How about getting drenched from head to toe during your stay at any hotel in Khon Kaen the likes of Avani Khon Kaen Hotel & Convention Centre? You may enjoy fun water fights with the locals for 3 consecutive days. Use buckets, water guns, or hose pipes while dancing and shouting like crazy!

Phi Ta Khon

It’s the Ghost Festival. Locals wear diverse sorts of masks and join a parade to entertain people. The festival goes on for 3 days, and it happens in Dan Sai, Loei Province.

Yi Peng

This is one of the most popular festivals happening in Chiang Mai every November. Attendees release thousands of paper lanterns to the sky, and to add more colour, there are also parades, firework sessions, and religious rituals.

Lopburi Monkey Banquet

Lopburi is a paradise for monkeys in Thailand. It’s them who rule the central temple of the city, and November becomes their happiest month of all. Lopburi Monkey Banquet happens for them where they get to enjoy tons and tons of fruits, vegetables, and sweets. Thanks to the generous humans!

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