Bang Sai Folk Arts
& Crafts Center. Showcase festival for the traditional
crafts of Ayutthaya and elsewhere.
13-15. Celebrate the traditional water festival of the
Thai New Year amid the ancient ruins of this one-time empire.
Nov 11. A festival celebrated nationwide, but at its most
charming and romantic in the ancient town of Ayutthaya.
Park Festival. A celebration of Ayutthaya's glorious past
set in the ruins and temples of this UNESCO World Heritage
Bridge Week, Nov 26-Dec 7. Kanchanaburi's famous pyrotechnic
show commemorating the bombing of the notorious bridge in
World War II.
Khiri Fair. Phetchaburi's most important festival with
light & sound shows, folk plays and a night market at
the famous palace on the hill.
Phet and Tha Yang Products Fair. Sample some delicious
fruits that you've probably never even seen before at Phetchaburi's
annual harvest festival.
Song Dam's New Year Celebration. Members of this tribe
from all over Thailand converge on Phetchaburi for their New
Fair, June 12. A religious ceremony, is held at the temple,
on the top of Khao Chong Krajok every June 12.
Food Festival. Get to know fresh Gulf of Thailand seafood
at this event held every November in Hua Hin.
Manao Bay War
Remembrance Fair. A remembrance of those who lost their
lives in the Japanese invasion during the Second World War.
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