Thailand is home to some of Asia’s best festivals, and the thrilling seven-day Buffalo Races festival that takes place annually during Buddhist Lent (normally in October) in Chonburi is no exception.
Phi Ta Khon is one of the most fun of Thailand’s festivals. Festival-goers dress up in ghost masks and parade and party through the streets of Dan Sai district in Loei.
I’d been wanting to visit the Magical Tattoo Festival at Wat Bang Phra in Nakon Pathom, Thailand for years. This year, I finally had the chance, and what a festival it was!
Surin is home to the Surin Elephant Round-up, which takes place during the end of November each year. The festival is a multi-day event, starting with the "Elephant Buffet" or Elephant breakfast on the first day, and then is followed by elaborate battle re-enactments the following day.
The “Nine Emperor Gods Festival”, is a spectacular annual event in in Korat, Thailand that I had been keen to witness ever since I first came to live in Thailand – and this year I finally made it.