The annual Hua Hin International Jazz Festival is prominently featured on calendar of music events in Thailand. Over the years, the event has been inspiring tourists and jazz lovers, both Thai and foreign visitors, to visit Hua Hin for a memorable trip that combines live jazz performances, Thai local experiences and natural beauty.
The royal Ploughing ceremony marks the traditional beginning of the rice-growing season, and is usually held at the start of the rainy season in late May.
The race elevates provinces along the mighty Mekong River, putting Nakhon Phanom, Mukdahan and Sakon Nakhon front and centre as leading sports tourism destinations in Thailand’s Northeast Region.
One of the country’s biggest, and most colorful harvest festival every May 15th, along with the harvest festivals of certain towns in Quezon Province.
This event is annually organised by The Kota Bharu Municipal Council Islamic City (MPKB-BRI) to celebrate the fasting month. Imam from Arab are specially invited to lead the Tarawih Prayers. Non-Muslim visitors can also participate to experience the breaking of fast session.
World Turtle Day was first celebrated in the year 2000 to increase awareness about turtles and to help these marine creatures thrive and survive. Join as a volunteer and get the chance to be up close and personal with the sea turtles!
Bun Bang Fai Festival is an ancient local festival, which is associated with traditional Thai beliefs in the supernatural powers that help promote the production of rice crops for the coming planting season.
Ranging from new runners to professionals, Bintan Triathlon is one of the most awaited annual triathlon festivals in Asia, presented in six different categories.
Entering its 12th year in Miri, the Borneo Jazz Festival is one of the longest running Jazz festivals in the region. Don’t miss the performances by regionally and internationally recognised jazz musicians.
The annual Bun Bang Fai Festival, the superstition of firing locally-made bamboo rockets towards the heavens in hopes of beckoning the rain-gods before crop season, will be taking place across local communities in Thailand’s Northeastern Region, or Isan, with its biggest showcase appearing in Yasothon.