How do Thailand celebrate?
The most magical of Thailand’s events and holidays include Thai New Year and the water-throwing celebrations of Songkran, the fairy-tale floating offerings of Loy Krathong and the unexplained phenomenon of Naga Fireballs, which rise from the Mekong River during every October full moon.
Does Thailand celebrate Christmas and New Year?
The Christmas and New Year seasons are important and busy times for tourism in Thailand so you’ll see all the decorations and Christmas spirit throughout the tourist hotspots.
Which activity is being practiced during the Thailand festivals?
Celebrations also include religious events, lantern displays, music, parades, fireworks and food, making Yi Peng one of the most exciting Thailand festivals. Most importantly, Yi Peng is a time for Buddhists to release bad memories, make wishes for the future and pay respect to Buddha.
What do they call Santa in Thailand?
List of gift-bringers
|Thailand||ซานตาคลอส (Santa Claus)|
|Turkey||Noel Baba (Father Christmas) or Grandfather Gaxan (Alevi areas) 1 January|
|Ukraine||Святий Миколай (Sviatyj Mykolaj) (St Nicholas), Дід Мороз (Did Moroz) (Grandfather Frost)|