Thailand Cultures and Festivals are Thailand celebrating.
While celebrating some cultural festivals in Thailand In some provinces, the biggest and most famous festivals in Thailand are Loy Krathong and Songkran, which is the new year in Thailand and in the past, it’s the Culture of the family and neighbors. But now it’s become the culture of the society which are thousands of tourists come to enjoy.
The most festivals are usually related to Thailand religion such as the Candle Festival on Makha Bucha Day, Vesak Day, Asanha Bucha Day, Khao Phansa Day (Buddhist Lent Day), the Tak Bat Thewo Festival which is the offering dried food to a monk on Awk Phansa Day (end of Buddhist Lent Day)
Some other festivals originated from traditional beliefs such as The Boon Bang Fai Rocket Festival to ask for favors from the God of Rain.
Phi Ta Khon Festival, the play to worship the ancestral soul. Because the people at Darn Sai, Loei province believe that. The ancestors who died will become sacred. Can be fertile or disaster to the country. To the satisfaction of the ancestors. The villagers organized a Phi Ta Khon Festival.
There are also festival events about daily living such as the Buffalo Racing Festival, and the Long Boat Racing Festival.
The festivals show who Thai people really are. We are fun, we like to help others, and we are respectful and grateful to our elders. These themes are an integral part of The festivals and Thailand cultures, which make a unique experience that you can’t find anywhere else.