Mae Hong Son ‘16th Perd Muang Tai Festival’ runs until Dec 10

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The event is held from December 6 to 10, running from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. It encompasses various activities designed to encourage tourism participation, all under the theme “Taste, Enjoy, Shop, Share”.

Mae Hong Son Province is hosting the ‘16th Perd Muang Tai Festival (Tai Yai city)’ to promote local delicacies and community products.

Perd Muang Tai festival is taking place at Tai Yai Education Center in Mae Hong Son province. The event was presided over by the Mae Hong Son Governor, Chestha Mosikarat, and attended by Jiraporn Mosikarat, President of the Mae Hong Provincial Red Cross, as well as government officers and visitors.



The festival is a significant part of an event organized to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the establishment of Mae Hong Son city, providing an opportunity for local food vendors and community product suppliers within Mae Hong Son province to showcase their goods.

The aim is to rejuvenate the grassroots economy and preserve the rich culture of Mae Hong Son.

Participants will have a chance to experience a diversity of ethnicities, including Tai Yai, Muser, Karen, Lisu, Pao, and Yunnan Chinese. The event features community products, local cuisine, and traditional attire.



The event is held from December 6 to 10, running from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. It encompasses various activities designed to encourage tourism participation, all under the theme “Taste, Enjoy, Shop, Share”. Furthermore, on December 10, there will be a traditional fabric fashion show in celebration of the 150th anniversary of Mae Hong Son, showcasing the enchanting charm of the province. (NNT)

The event was presided over by the Mae Hong Son Governor, Chestha Mosikarat, and attended by Jiraporn Mosikarat, President of the Mae Hong Provincial Red Cross, as well as government officers and visitors.



The festival is a significant part of an event organized to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the establishment of Mae Hong Son city, providing an opportunity for local food vendors and community product suppliers within Mae Hong Son province to showcase their goods.



The aim is to rejuvenate the grassroots economy and preserve the rich culture of Mae Hong Son.