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Thailand Festivals 2017 - 2018 Calendar

Full Moon Party Thailand Surat Thani, Thailand
Full Moon Party Thailand Surat Thani, Thailand
Full Moon Party Thailand Surat Thani, Thailand
Don't Let Daddy Know Bangkok, Thailand
Mystic Valley Festival Ratchasima, Thailand
Jai Thep Festival Chiang Mai, Thailand
Bangkok Underground Film Festival Bangkok, Thailand
Full Moon Party Thailand Surat Thani, Thailand
Bangkok Underground Film Festival Bangkok, Thailand
Transmission Bangkok, Thailand
Magners International Comedy Festival Bangkok, Thailand
Chiang Mai Songkran Festival Chiang Mai, Thailand
Together Festival Bangkok Bangkok, Thailand
Full Moon Party Thailand Surat Thani, Thailand
Yasothon Bun Bang Fai Yasothon, Thailand
Warp Music Festival Pattaya, Thailand

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Full Moon Party Thailand Surat Thani, Thailand
Full Moon Party Thailand Surat Thani, Thailand
Full Moon Party Thailand Surat Thani, Thailand
Full Moon Party Thailand Surat Thani, Thailand
White Castle Music Festival Bangkok, Thailand
Life in Color Krung Thep Maha Nakhon [Bangkok], Thailand
Full Moon Party Thailand Surat Thani, Thailand
Phuket Vegetarian Festival Phuket, Thailand
Full Moon Party Thailand Surat Thani, Thailand
Full Moon Party Thailand Surat Thani, Thailand
Loi Krathong and Yi Peng Chiang Mai, Thailand
Kolour in the Park Bangkok, Thailand
Karma Kastle Khao Yai, Thailand
Lopburi Monkey Banquet Lopburi, Thailand
Full Moon Party Thailand Surat Thani, Thailand
Maya Music Festival Pattaya, Thailand
Big Mountain Music Festival Pak Chong District, Thailand
Wonderfruit Festival Pattaya, Thailand

The Thailand Festival Scene

Pump up that super soaker, throw on your goggles and get ready to be wet from head to toe. That is, if you attend the world’s largest water gun fight during Songkran. Thailand’s wettest festival is one of its most famous, but certainly not its only one. From ghosts, to lanterns to hungry monkeys, the Thai celebrate a variety of subjects. These celebrations are never complete without amazing food and drink. Light up a wish during Loi Krathong. Feed monkeys every November in Lopburi. See the most ornate candles you’ve ever gazed upon at Ubon Ratchatani. Always warm and welcoming, and sometimes a bit weird, Thailand’s festival scene is one of the best in the hemisphere.

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