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Bangkok


The capital of Thailand, Bangkok is a dynamic city that combines tradition and modernity. Located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, it surprises with its impressive buildings and majestic temples. Royalty and Buddhism have shaped the city's history. Thailand's most famous temples can be found here: Wat Pho, with its impressive recumbent Buddha,

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Events - Bangkok

January
Thantawan Festival
Thantawan Festival is athree-day extravaganza in northern Thailand that beautifully combines a Sunflower Festival with arts, music, and community engagement, creating a unique and vibrant cultural experience.
Bangkok, Thailand

Chinese New Year in Thailand
Celebrated as the "Lunar New Year" or "Spring Festival," it marks the first day of the Chinese calendar year, typically falling in late January to mid-February on the Gregorian calendar.
Bangkok, Thailand


February
UnKonscious Beach Festival
UnKonscious Beach Festival is an annual music and arts event in Thailand offers an immersive experience, blending cutting-edge music, stunning visual displays, and interactive art installations for an unforgettable festival atmosphere.
Bangkok, Thailand

Mystic Valley
Located in Khao Yai, this music festival showcases over one hundred fifty local artists across multiple stages and features a food market, a giant pool, and camping options, making it a vibrant and diverse experience for music enthusiasts.
Bangkok, Thailand


March
Pelupo
Pelupo is an international music festival held at The Fields at Siam Country Club, Chonburi, Thailand. It offers world-class artist performances, immersive productions, and various activities to create a true festival experience in Thailand.
Bangkok, Thailand

Subculture Bangkok
Subculture Bangkok is a music festival presented by the renowned dance label Subculture, featuring prominent DJs such as John O’Callaghan, Bryan Kearney, Cold Blue, Factor B, and more.
Bangkok, Thailand


April
Songkran Festival
Songkran Festival is a significant and abundantly celebrated festival in all of Thailand. With mass water games and frolic, most outlets are shut during the Songkran celebrations. Songkran is a great time of reunion amongst natives and can prove to be a remarkable traveller experience as well!
Bangkok, Thailand


June
Bangkok's Intenational festival of Dance & Music
Bangkok's Intenational festival of Dance & Music is an international cultural festival held annually in September and October. It features opera plays, dance, and music, with participation from leading bands and artists worldwide.
Bangkok, Thailand


July
Khao Phansa
Khao Phansa also known as Buddhist Lent Day, this marks the start of the rainy season in Thailand. It is a period when monks traditionally retreat to their temples for three months of study and meditation.
Bangkok, Thailand

Candle Festival
The Candle Festival is celebrated in different parts of the world. In the Philippines, it marks the end of the Christmas season and is typically set forty days after the birth of Jesus Christ. In Thailand, the Khao Pansa Candle Festival is a two-day celebration that welcomes the green season.
Bangkok, Thailand


September
The Moon Festival
The Moon Festival, also known as the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival, originated in China. During The Moon Festival, engaging stalls can be witnessed throughout the city, displaying gourmet food items. With flavours ranging from peanut butter, coffee, and chestnut to green tea, stalls sell a variety of confectioneries during the Moon Festival.
Bangkok, Thailand

Chinese Ghost Festival
The Chinese Ghost Festival is celebrated across the globe as well. The popular belief behind the festival is ghosts visit the Earth as the gates of the lower realms open during the full moon of the seventh lunar month of the Chinese calendar. People generally offer food, flowers, and candles to these ghost visitors.
Bangkok, Thailand


October
Vegetarian Festival
The Vegetarian Festival also known as Tesagan Gin Jay is a nine-day celebration. During the Vegetarian Festival, many Thai people refrain from eating meat, consuming liquor, consummating, and gambling. The celebrations come to life with massive temple decorations, dragon dance and fireworks.
Bangkok, Thailand


November
Waterzonic Festival
Waterzonic Festival is Bangkok's unique water-themed music festival.
Bangkok, Thailand

Diage Festival
Diage Festival offers a diverse range of electronic music, visual arts, and interactive experiences.
Bangkok, Thailand

VERY Festival
VERY Festival is an electronic dance music festival located in Taipei, Taiwan.
Bangkok, Thailand

Loy Krathong
Loy Krathong is an annual festival celebrated in Thailand, usually in November. It's a joyful time when people gather to release krathongs (floating vessels made from banana leaves) into rivers and lakes as a way of expressing gratitude for the blessings they have received throughout the year.
Bangkok, Thailand


December
Maho Rasop Festival
Maho Rasop Festival is an international independent music festival based in Bangkok, Thailand.
Bangkok, United States

808 Festival
808 Festival is an annual electronic dance music festival held in Bangkok, Thailand.
Bangkok, Thailand

Big Mountain Music Festival
The Big Mountain Music Festival is a culturally rich and distinctive annual event held in Thailand. This festival sets itself apart by actively promoting local musicians and preserving Thai heritage, making it a unique and immersive experience for both artists and attendees. With a diverse range of music genres, from folk and rock to hip-hop and electronic, the Big Mountain Music Festival caters to a wide audience and provides a platform for cultural celebration and musical exploration.
Bangkok, Thailand

Wonderfruit
Wonderfruit is an annual festival held at The Fields at Siam Country Club, Pattaya, Chonburi Province, Thailand. This eclectic festival features diverse music genres, including rock, indie, hip hop, electronic dance music, along with a strong focus on arts and community engagement.
Bangkok, Thailand

Neon Countdown
Known as the biggest New Year's Eve festival in Asia, this event offers thrilling performances by renowned DJs, mesmerizing firework displays, interactive art installations, and a delectable array of Asian cuisine.
Bangkok, Thailand



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