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Thailand is a festive kingdom, celebrating numerous provincial and national holidays and hosting many regional and global events.  Search our comprehensive calendar of events and festivals by date, category, or region; discover holidays that coincide with your trip and add them to your travel planner by clicking the link with the green circle.

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Kaeng Hin Phoeng Whitewater Rafting Festival
Kaeng Hin Phoeng Whitewater Rafting Festival(Prachin Buri)

Fairs & Festivals,Canoe/Sailing/Boating

June 1,2014 - October 31,2014

Venue : Kaeng Hin Phoeng, Khao Yai National Park, Nadee district, Prachinburi Province Rafting activity at Kaeng Hin Phoeng ** The contents of this publication are subject to change without notice **...

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Amazing Thailand Grand Sale 2014
Amazing Thailand Grand Sale 2014(Bangkok)

Fairs & Festivals

June 15,2014 - September 30,2014

Venue: Department stores, hotels, restaurants, and tourist attractions nationwide Thailand is known as a shopper’s paradise, and this annual shopping extravaganza is organized to provide shoppers with discounts on...

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Kek River Rafting Festival
Kek River Rafting Festival(Phitsanulok)

Fairs & Festivals,Canoe/Sailing/Boating

July 1,2014 - October 31,2014

Rafting through 18 rapids with the distance of 8 kilometers. It takes around 2-3 hours depending on the water level. The difficulty is from level 1 to level 5. ** The contents of this publication are subject to change w...

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Rafting in Pai River
Rafting in Pai River(Mae Hong Son)

Canoe/Sailing/Boating,Fairs & Festivals

July 1,2014 - December 31,2014

It's the beginning of the adventure trip in Mae Hong Son. Each range has beautiful natural scenery which has the difficulty from level 3 to level 5. A total distance of 50 kilometers which visitors can experience the nat...

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Phitsanulok Traditional Long Boat Racing 2014
Phitsanulok Traditional Long Boat Racing 2014(Phitsanulok)

Canoe/Sailing/Boating,Fairs & Festivals

September 1,2014 - September 30,2014

VENUE : In front of Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat Woramahawihan, Meung District, Phitsanulok Phitsanulok Traditional Long Boat Races is held on the Nan River, in front of Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat Woramahawihan. They ...

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Quiksilver Thailand Surf Competition
Quiksilver Thailand Surf Competition(Phuket)

Fairs & Festivals

September 1,2014 - September 30,2014

venue : Quiksilver Thailand Surf Competition which is a combination of surfing athletes from all over the world  is annually held in Phuket ** The contents of this publication are subject to change without not...

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Phichit Traditional Long Boat Racing
Phichit Traditional Long Boat Racing(Phichit)

Canoe/Sailing/Boating,Fairs & Festivals

September 6,2014 - September 7,2014

venue : Nan Riverside of  The Wat Tha Luang, Muang District Phichit Province Long boat race in Phichit Province with the winner’s cup donated   by  His Majesty The King is held  Annually at Nan...

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Nan Traditional Long Boat Racing (Opening)
September 20,2014 - September 21,2014

venue : Nan Traditional Long Boat Racing The boat racing in various kinds such as big boat, medium boat, small boat, and beautiful boat. Boat racing cheer competition, markets, and also exhibitions  ...

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The Um Phra Dam Nam ceremony
The Um Phra Dam Nam ceremony(Phetchabun)

Fairs & Festivals

September 21,2014 - September 25,2014

The Um Phra Dam Nam ceremony is a local tradition practiced by the inhabitants in Phetchabun province. Watch the parade of the Buddha image around the city, exhibitions, boat racing, and Phetchabun food market.  ...

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Phuket Vegetarian Festival (1st)
Phuket Vegetarian Festival (1st)(Phuket)

Fairs & Festivals,Food & Drink

September 24,2014 - October 2,2014

Phuket's Vegetarian festival (or jia chai in local Hokkien Chinese dialect) began in 1825,when the governor of Thalang, Praya Jerm, moved the island's principal town from Ta Reua in Thalang District to Get-Hoe in Kathu D...

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