Chao Le Boat Festival.
This unique festival is held by the Chao Le, a nomadic, sea-faring
people native to Krabi.
Andaman Sea Festival.
This festival opens the peak tourist season in Krabi.
Festival. Wildlife and environment lovers can participate
in the Annual Turtle Releasing Festival in Phangnga.
Release Festival. A fascinating event of Phuket aiming
to enlarge the number of sea turtles around the island.
Festival. The most remarkable festival with a parade along
the streets during which devotees perform amazing feats of
Festival. Beauty pageants and thrilling water sport contests
can be enjoyed at Patong Carnival.
Lunar festival and Hae Phra Festival. A very colorful
and exciting series of festivals which spring from the Chinese
roots of many of the local inhabitants.
A competition unlike anywhere else, the contest is held to
judge the sweet-sounding melodious voices of the birds.
Moon Festival. Thais of Chinese ancestry make offerings
to the moon or Queen of the Heavens in gratitude for past
and future fortune. Traditional festivities include lion and
dragon dances, lantern procession and contests.
Lunar Month Merit-making Festival. The festival is derived
from the belief that during the first to fifteenth day of
the tenth waning moon, the souls of the dead are released
to meet their relatives.
Phra and Tak Bat Devo Festival. A festival celebrated
by most Buddhists nationwide to celebrate the end of the rainy
season retreat for Buddhist monks, it commemorates an auspicious
event in Buddhist legend.
Fair. The Rambutan Fair offers various fun-filled activities
that reflect the distinct folk culture of Surat Thani.
Phra Festival. The Chak Phra Festival is grandly celebrated
in Surat Thani. The fest presents remarkable traditions and
religious beliefs of its people.
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