Every year, thousands of Buddhist monks gather in Borobudur Temple to perform a blissful ceremony called Praksadina.
Festivities for Vesak Day begin at the crack of dawn in Singapore, as devout Buddhists congregate at temples for a ceremony.
The annual Hatyai Marathon is marking its 12th anniversary edition on 27 May 2018 in Hat Yai, Songkhla province. The city is famous for seafood and lively nightlife, as well as shopping places including Kim Yong and Santisuk markets and Hat Yai City Square.
One of Asia’s biggest and most prestigious regatta events – the Samui Regatta will be celebrating its 17th year in 2018. It expects to welcome both famous yachts and knowledgeable sailing experts from all over the world to Ko Samui for great sailing, great parties and to experience all that the island has to offer.
Giong Festival annually takes place on the 9th of the fourth lunar month to celebrate the hero who defeated the enemy to defend the country. He was later honored Saint Giong. The festival re-stages the battle against the Yin invaders.
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.