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Let the Festivities Begin!

Thailand should be called the land of festivals and holidays, especially at this time of year. Tomorrow is Loy Krathong, an annual festival that involves floating small decorative ‘krathongs’ traditionally made from slices of palm trees, banana leaves, and flowers, down rivers and canals to appease the water goddess. Next is the King’s birthday in early December which will involve a ‘Bike for Dad’ event this year to celebrate his 88th birthday. Then, of course, comes Christmas and New Year’s. One of the highlights in Bangkok during this season is the sparkling lights on the trees near Chitralada Palace. Alternatively, you can make a trip to one of the city’s mega-malls to check out all the Christmas decorations

Thailand should be called the land of festivals and holidays, especially at this time of year. Tomorrow is Loy Krathong, an annual festival that involves floating small decorative ‘krathongs’ traditionally made from slices of palm trees, banana leaves, and flowers, down rivers and canals to appease the water goddess. Next is the King’s birthday in early December which will involve a ‘Bike for Dad’ event this year to celebrate his 88th birthday. Then, of course, comes Christmas and New Year’s. One of the highlights in Bangkok during this season is the sparkling lights on the trees near Chitralada Palace. Alternatively, you can make a trip to one of the city’s mega-malls to check out all the Christmas decorations

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Let the Festivities Begin!

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