Easter bunny joins Songkran water festival in Thailand Farang style (foreigner way).
Google Doodle also celebrates Songkran Thailand’s New Year Water Festival, the three-day long holiday isn’t just fun and games. There will be Buddha images, Watering ceremonies, old people, sandy beaches, kathoo, homemade kitchen, exhibitions about the house of Ancient Chiang Mai House at the, Lanna arts and crafts show. Home Youth Activities, Cultural Activities, Photo Trip, Light Show, Ping River from April 13-15, 2017.
Thai New Year festival traditionally marked with water splashing events. From Holy Thursday to Holy Saturday with a special extended version for foreigners in a tourist spot areas such as Khaosarn Road, where Easter bunny join to party out its hang over.
“Water Festival 2017 … Thai Way of Life”, also locally known as “Thai New Year“. This year’s season is organized by Thai Beverage Plc. Ministry of Tourism and Sports Ministry of the Interior Ministry of Culture, Navy, Bangkok Tourism Authority of Thailand and partners both public and private.
To highlight the concept of Thai identity around the world. To create a new generation of people to learn history and the tradition of a unique, unmistakable Thai in 2017 has expanded the coverage area of four regions of Thailand. From 13-16 April 2017.
This year’s season of water celebration, sponsored by Thai Beverage Public Company Limited still has an uncompromising commitment to share the world, emphasizing the concept of Thai tourism to the new generation to learn and continue to tell the tradition of a unique Thai identity.
Together with various partners, both public and private sectors, will organize the “Water Festival 2017 Thai Way” celebration for the third consecutive year, in four regions of Thailand. The main area of celebration is still in Bangkok, continuing for the third time in the 7 longest areas of the Chao Phraya River and temples. Including Phra Chetuphon Vimol, Wat Maharammaram, Wat Arun, Rajvoratam Rajaworaviharn, Wat Kaliyamit Woramahawihan, Wat Prayuwongsawat Worawihan, Tha Maharachai, Pinnacle River Walk and Asiatic The Riverfront.
Songkran in Northern Chiang Mai
By continuing to full of fine traditions and shopping, Chim Chai luck with the charm of the Thai never ending traditional shopping. The organizer also provides a free Chao Phraya express cruise for visitors to visit 7 Thai-style waterways in a nightly concert from famous local artists. From April 13-16, 2017.
Easter bunny to celebrate Songkran in Northern Chiang Mai, organized at Chiang Mai Ancient House on the Ping River. It is the traditional New Year celebration and Songkran Festival in Lanna traditional style which is a simulation of the way of life, architecture, culture and traditions.
The Easter bunny goes to celebrate water festival in Southern Phuket. Located on Phang Nga Road, the old town, which is the first time the community of Phang Nga Road together with Phuket Municipality together organized the Songkran Festival under the concept of “Phuket, the beautiful Songkran Sabbath”. Join the Buddhist liturgy. Water Buddha and the Holy Mother Birthday and water.
The celebration is not only just parties and drinking sprees
There are so many way to celebrate Songkran “Water Festival” In Thailand. Even without a touch of western tradition, like the Easter bunny and egg hunting. Water festival or Sonkarn has been known to foreigners from around the globe, who visit to Thailand during this season to join the traditional Thai way to celebrate New Year.
This celebration is not only just parties and drinking sprees. Thai continues to exhibit their unique culture, an exhibition that tells a story of the local community. Such as Batik painting activities on Songkran day and community outreach. Including a demonstration of the local sacred cake on April 14, 2017.
And this year has expanded the venue to the Northeast for the first year. In Udon Thani at the “Ban Chiang Cultural World Heritage Site”. A tribute ceremony of the Tai Phuan people. Watering ceremony Worship the fortune. A homegrown youth activity, cultural activities, Photo Trip and Tai Puan culture showcases traditional handicrafts. Food and local music from holy Friday April 14 to Easter Sunday (Foreigner version). Thailand’s elephants on April 15, 2011, in Bangkok, Thailand. (duron123/Getty Images)