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Festivals in Thailand

Some people say there are more festivals in Thailand than there are days to have them. Not sure whether that's quite the case, but there are an awful lot!
Thailand is famed for the number of festivals it has. On a national level key festivals like 'Songkran' are now in themselves tourist attractions, while festivals like 'Loy Krathong' are becoming increasingly popular with visitors. On the local front though, the number of regional festivals far outweighs the number of festivals celebrated nationally. The Prap Ho Monument Festival is just one example - an annual event held in Nong Khai in March, the festival celebrates the bravery of Thais who resisted the Ho Chinese armies in the nineteenth century. The large number of festivals available in Thailand means there is usually some type of celebration for visitors to experience when they are in the kingdom. There are also a number of events that take place annually that are not festivals but great fun to go to.

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