Thai Festival Tours

You will love the Festivals in Thailand.

We can arrange a Perfect Festival Tour just for the two of you or a group of friend and families.

Beautiful and Breath-taking Festival such as Song Kran (Thai’s New Year), New Year Countdown, Loi Krathong in Chiang Mai, Phuket Jazz Festival and much more…

A Festival Tour that would last you a Life Time. Starting with a 9 day package* with the option of extended stays

Inclusion: 4-5 Stars accommodations,
Daily Meals, Round Trip Transfer from LAX to BKK and all domestic transfers, Airport to Hotel, Professional English speaking guides, Chao Praya River Dinner Cruise and Traditional Thai Body and Feet Massage.

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The date and time of the following festivals in some provinces may be changed as a result of the weather or the postponement by the organising host of the events. Please check the date and time again before travelling.

New Year 2012
When: 1 January 2012
Where: Throughout Thailand

Whether the countdown is in Bangkok, Phuket,or a far northern destination, the Thailand New Year Celebrations will carry the hallmarks of fun and genuine hospitality that make the kingdom such a rewarding destination to visit. This is the land of smiles and “sanook” so what better place to ring in the new year than Thailand? Of course, Bangkok has a mission to fulfill. It aspires to make its 2012 New Year Countdown a mega-celebration, on par with the biggest and brightest in the Asia Pacific region.

Countdown 2012 @ Chiang Khan
When: 31 December 2011 – 1 January 2012
Where: Loei

Partake in this annual celebration and welcome the arrival of year 2012 with countless joyful people at Chiang Khan, one of Thailand’s favorite destinations. Besides the traditional countdown activity, guests can enjoy plenty of colorful performances including Thai folk song singing contest with talented dancers. On New Year’s Day, there will be a religious ceremony of food offering to Buddhist monks.

100th Anniversary Amphoe Khong Chiam
When: 29 December 2011 – 2 January 2012
Where: Ubon Ratchathani

Welcome year 2012 and celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Amphoe Khong Chiam of Ubon Ratchathani in this colorful event. The town will be beautifully decorated with Rabbit-shaped and Dragon-shaped lanterns which the first ones will be launched on the New Year’s Eve to send off the Year of Rabbit. Highlights include the Food Street, folk music performances and traditional horse show.

Sea of Fog and Beautiful Flower Blossom on Phu Ruea
When: 1 December 2011 – 29 February 2012
Where: Loei

Sea of Fog and Beautiful Flower Blossom on Phu Ruea is held on the ground in front of Phu Ruea District Office during the New Year Festival. Activities in the festival comprise of a temperate plant fair, floral float parade, temperate flowers and decorative plants contests, Mae Khaning evening party, dances in the winter breeze, and Phu Ruea agricultural produce for sale.

Thailand GMS Trade & Cultural Show 2012
When: 1 – 31 January 2012
Where: Chiang Rai

This grand event is organised by the Upper North Provinces 2 which comprise of Chiang Rai, Pha Yao, Phare, and Nan. It is held to showcase and distribute the products of these provinces and the Great Mekong Subregion (GMS) countries, i.e., Thailand, Burma, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Yunnan Province of China. Features include seminars on investment and the sensational cultural performances from these countries.

Pimai Mini Lights and Sounds
When: 1 January – 31 March 2012
Where: Nakhon Ratchasima

The event is held to welcome the visitors to Amphoe Pimai with the long-standing rice offering ceremony. Guests can enjoy the spectacular religious light and sound performances as well as Pimai Historical Park Tour by the youth guides. See the demonstration of local food cooking and enjoy the tasty cuisines. Be amazed with traditional dance, ancient boxing dance, and the exquisite parade.

Bor Sang Umbrella and Sankampaeng Handicraft Festival
When: 20– 22 January 2012
Where: Chiang Mai

The people of Bor Sang, known to visitors as “the Umbrella Village”, celebrate their traditional craft and skills with the annual Umbrella Festival. It features contests, exhibitions, a Miss Bor Sang pageant and, of course, stalls selling umbrellas and other handicrafts.

Umbrellas made from brightly coloured Sa paper have traditionally been made in the area around Ban Bor Sang for many years and, with the help of the tourist industry, this once-small craft has developed into big business. Almost everyone in this small village near Chiang Mai now derives a livelihood from making these paper umbrellas, which are intricately painted with beautiful floral designs. Different households often specialise in one particular stage of the production process.

Chinese New Year 2012
When: 23 January 2012
Where: Bangkok

As the greatest event for Chinese descendants, annually they come together to celebrate the arrival of their New Year at China Town. Enjoy a variety of spectacular Thai-Chinese cultural performances like Chinese Opera, Thai Dancing, Puppet Show, Dragon Dance, and many more. The “Worshipping at 8 Shrines” is believed to bring good luck. Plenty of appetizing traditional Chinese dishes can be found along the road.

Paknam Pho Chinese New Year Festival
When: 23 January – 7 February 2012
Where: Nakhon Sawan

The most important date on the festival calendar for Nakhon Sawan is the annual Paknam Pho Chinese New Year Festival which lasts for 12 days and 12 nights. The highlights are definitely the two “Chao Por-Chao Mae” Processions which take place in the evening and then the following morning. I recently attended both of these parades through the city and I must say that it was the most impressive Chinese parade that I have seen for a long time.

Chinese migrants have been settling down all over Thailand for hundreds of years. Many of them came to Nakhon Sawan where they built numerous shrines around the city. The two most famous are Chao Pho Thepharak Shrine and Chao Mae Taptim Shrine. Their popularity started nearly a hundred years ago during a cholera outbreak when hundreds of people died. Devotees of these two shrines burnt sheets of paper with Yantra on them and drank the ashes believing that it would both prevent and cure them of cholera. Amazingly it worked.

Boon Koon Lan Kwankao
When: 14– 15 January 2012
Where: Amnat Charoen

Ceremony to Kwankao Bai. Views way culture ‘rice’ in northeast comprehensive. And watch the show city folk culture Amnat Charoen. Is merit to the Kwankao. When the month or months that a brand is the month of January every year. After harvesting of rice completed People took to transport a bunch of corn and about to finish the Division, together with the rice stored at the yard believe that rice is a plant that is raising living Thepha treatment. Thep body is called “mother goddess of grain, ‘which is fed Kwankao man The merit of the evening prayer. I rent to the prosperity to paddy I then when the morning ceremony to Kwankao. Rice tied arms and joints among people who gathered.

Pong Lang, Phrae Wa, and Red Cross Fair
When: 26 January – 7 March 2012
Where: Kalasin

This vivacious event is held yearly to raise money for Kalasin Province’s Red Cross to help those affected by the disasters. The highlight is colourful processions from various districts decorated with a massive Pong Lang (folk vertical xylophone), teemed with participants dressed in traditional costumes. Other features include various art and cultural shows and contests, the exquisite Phrae Wa Silk display, and OTOP fair.

9th Khonkaen International Marathon
When: 29 January 2012
Where: Khonkaen

Khon Kaen International Marathon is run their 8th event in January since its inception. There are 4 types of competition; marathon (42.195 km), half marathon (21.100 km); mini marathon (11.550 km) and Walk – Fun Run. The run starts and finishes at the Golden Jubilee Convention Hall, Khon Kaen University. The course of the run travels through academic areas, cultural and ethnic communities. All runners who finish the run will receive a medal and a certificate and the walk-fun run runners will receive a medal. The first 5 females and first 5 males in each age group will be awarded with trophies and cash prizes.