‘Loi Krathong Festival’, one of most popular celebrations in Thailand on Nov 27

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Loi Krathong, also known as the Festival of Lights or the Floating Lantern Festival, involves people gathering at lakes, rivers, canals, and beaches in the evening.

November in Thailand is set to be a month filled with vibrant festivals and events, marking it as a special time in the nation’s event calendar. Among the highlights is the Loi Krathong Festival, one of Thailand’s most popular and visually captivating celebrations. Scheduled for Monday, 27 November, this festival coincides with the full moon of the 12th month of the Thai lunar calendar.



Loi Krathong, also known as the Festival of Lights or the Floating Lantern Festival, involves people gathering at lakes, rivers, canals, and beaches in the evening. The festivities are dedicated to paying respects to the goddess of water and involve releasing decorated baskets or lanterns on water bodies.



Besides Loi Krathong, Thailand is also hosting other significant events like the Phimai and Boat Race Festival, the Pattaya Music and International Fireworks Festival, and the Laguna Phuket Triathlon. These events attract both locals and tourists, showcasing Thailand’s rich cultural heritage and vibrant contemporary entertainment scene.

To learn more about the Loi Krathong celebrations and discover the various locations where they will be held this year, please visit this link: www.t.ly/a6MBT. (NNT)