Tuesday, January 10, 2012


Hat Yai Lantern Festival
1 Jan – 30 April, Hat Yai Municipality Park, Songkhla
The festival is divided into 7 categories: Amazing Small World, Amazing Floating Lantern, Amazing Animal Planet, Amazing Lantern of the East, Amazing Chinese Lantern, Amazing Bird Paradise and Amazing Sculpture Lantern.

Bor Sang Umbrella Festival
15-17 January, Bor Sang village, Chiang Mai
Observe the refined tradition of umbrella making in a sleepy village that’s been producing beautiful parasols for over 100 years.

Wangnamkeow Floral Fantasia
20–22 January, Nakhon Ratchasima
This magnificent tapestry of floral art is created from more than 200,000 potted plants and flower beds covering an area of 10 hectares and set against a picturesque valley backdrop.

Nakhon Pathom Food Fair
23–29 January, Nakhon Pathom
In one convenient stop visitors will be able to conveniently 'sample' a vast selection of delicious dishes prepared by 50 of the province's famous restaurants and food stalls.

Phimai Festival
28 January, Phimai Historical Park, Nakhon Ratchasima
A dance drama and light-and-sound presentation called "Wimaya Nattakan" will take place. The cultural presentation depicts the past glory of ancient Phimai and the Khmer empire.

Khon Kaen International Marathon
29 January, Khon Kaen University, Khon Kaen
Take part in scenically stunning 42km marathon, 21km half-marathon, 11.5km mini-marathon or 4.5km fun run past the city’s key attractions.

The River of Kings Festival
Jan 31 – Feb 9, Ratchaworadit Pier, Bangkok
This is a spectacular light-and-sound extravaganza in a grand theatrical production with a cast of more than 700 actors and actresses and two live elephants, depicting the history of Thailand

Royal Flora Ratchaphruek Fair
Until 14 March, Chaing Mai
Activities are divided into three parts, which are exhibitions about agriculture and the royal agricultural projects, national and international agricultural conferences and plant contests.

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