Wednesday, 10 November 2010

November in Thailand What is the travel....

Silk Phuk Siew Festival and Red Cross Fair

November 29, 2010 - December 10, 2010
Phuk Siew or Friendship Making, an ancient and beautiful event for the people of I-san has been practiced for over a century. As it is considered a very important event, Phuk Siew has therefore been organised together with the silk festival. As a result, this has become an annual ceremony of the people of Khon Kaen since 1980. “Siew” (a word for “friend” in Northeastern dialect) refers to 2 people who are full of great loyalty, sincerity and share a close relationship with one another. Nothing, even death, will put them apart. This relationship is not only supposed to happen among those 2 “friends”, but also that true relationship will be shared with others in their families, among relatives and siblings of the “friend”. During this festival, visitors will enjoy the opening ceremony procession, local silk weaving exhibitions, Red Cross Fair, silk pavilion, sales of OTOP products, join the friendship making ritual and Northeastern style dinner, beauty contest, local folk performances, etc. The outstanding and unforgotten spot of the event is an “arts and cultural corner” that will be full of various kinds of activities and entertainment.

2nd Annual Trio for Justice Half-Marathon and Bike Ride

November 14, 2010
BABSEA CLE is excited to announce that the 2nd Annual Trio for Justice Half-Marathon/ Half-Marathon Relay, 10K Run & 10K Fun Bike Ride will be held over the weekend of Sunday, November 14, 2010 in Sankamphaeng, approximately 48 kilometers outside of Chiang Mai. BABSEA CLE has created the Trio for Justice to take place annually to raise funds for social justice causes in the region and helping to build university based Community Legal Education (CLE) programs
The Trio for Justice 2010 will kick off on Sunday morning, November 14th, with the 10 KM. Fun Bike Ride (start at 7.00 am.) or 21 KM. (start at 6.30 am). Bike Ride Participants will have the option to enroll in one of the two bike rides. Participants can use locally purchase bikes, which will be donated to the Meaphahaen  School after the race. Participants can donate any helmets they bring to  the event. The school  is located in a local village, and most of the students of the Meaphahae School are orphans from Burma or Northern ethnic minority communities. Bike Event participants will also get to personally present their bicycles to representatives of the local school.
The running portion of the event begins bright and early on Sunday morning, November 14th, with a staggered start for the half marathon/ half-marathon team relay and 10K runs (10K runs start at 7.15 am and the half-marathon/The half-marathon relay start at 6.45 am). The half-marathon relay teams will consist of 4 members per team, and the half-  marathon relay will begin at the same time as the half-marathon.  Participants from all events will ride and/or run through the King’s Project Reforestation Community. In the case of the Half-Marathon/Half-Marathon Relay, runners will enjoy views of a small Thai village and its surrounding rice fields. The majority of the route is flat, with some slight rolling hills, The run will take participants though stunning rural Thailand scenery with runners finishing at the local Meaphahaen School, another BABSEA-CLE supported partner.
For more information, please call 0 5380 8057, or visit the website :

Sukhothai Loi Krathong and Candle Festival 2010

November 19, 2010 - November 21, 2010
Although the holiday of Loy Krathong is now celebrated throughout the kingdom, Loy Krathong originated in Sukhothai, the first Thai capital. While particularly popular with couples who head down to any nearby body of water to light the candles and incense on their floating Krathongs, visitors can best appreciate Loy Krathong by heading to the ancient capital of Sukhothai, where the holiday was first celebrated.
Highlights of the Sukhothai Loy Krathong celebration include displays of lighted candles and fireworks, folk dancing and a spectacular light & sound presentation.
At the Sukhothai Loy Krathong festival, visitors will be dazzled by the float procession of large krathong from 17 Northern provinces. The procession will consist of krathongs from government agencies, state enterprises, private sectors, and the general public. There are also a Krathong design contest, the Miss Noppamas Beauty Contest, and Sukhothai arts and culture performances.
How To Get There
By Bus
Air-conditioned buses depart from Bangkok's Mochit 2 Bus Terminal to Sukhothai daily between 9.45 a.m. and 10.20 p.m.,frequently during the morning. The journey takes 7 hours. Call 0 2936 2852-66 or visit for more information. Private bus companies which operate daily bus services to Sukhothai are such as Win Tour (Tel: 0 2936 3753 or 0 5561 1039), Phitsanulok Yan Yon (Tel: 0 2936 2924-5, 0 5525 8647) Sukhothai Bus Terminal (Tel: 0 5561 3296)
By Train
There are no trains going directly to Sukhothai. One may travel by train to Phitsanulok and then take a local bus to Sukhothai, about 59 kilometres away. Contact Bangkok Railway Station Tel. 1690, 02223 7010, 0 2223 7020 or visit for more information.
By Other
Bangkok Airways flies from Bangkok to Sukhothai daily for 1-hour journey. Sukhothai Airport is about 40 kilometres north of the town. For more information, call 0 2265 5678, 0 2265 5555 or 0 5564 7224-5 or visit

Bridge over the River Khwae Fair

November 26, 2010 - December 5, 2010
Enjoy visiting the miniature “Ancient Town of Kanchanaburi”, a historical and lifestyle presentation of Kanchanaburi province, the long entrance to the River Khwae Bridge and fair will be decorated, light and sound presentation on “The River Khwae Bridge and the Death Railway” at the River Khwae Bridge, sales of local and OTOP products.

Blooming Bua Tong (Mexican Sunflower) Festival on Mae Oo Kaw

November 1, 2010 - December 13, 2010
Experience and feel the cool breeze of wintertime while appreciating the natural beauty of the Bua Tong flower field as well as enjoy camping.
Suitable for: Single traveler, Adventure traveler, Family, Couple, Group , First time travelers, Adults, Teens, Youth, Woman, Romance

Tuesday, 19 October 2010

October 2010 Festival & Event Part 2

Flow Festival steamer Phanom year 2010
16 Oct 2553 to 24 October  2010    
Red Cross steamer Phanom work flows 16 to 24 October 2010 and the World Food Day 17 to 24 October 2010 at Government Center, Nakhon Phanom Province. And the Mekong River, Muang Nakhon Phanom Watch the race boat on the Mekong River. Castle steamer procession bees and land Contest steamer floating in the Mekong River on the night end of Buddhist Lent The Cultural Show. Phra That Phanom worship dance. The gathering of indigenous tribes of various 7 living in Nakhon Phanom province. Dress in tribal clothes regularly. And dancing with beautiful Dnyongdnr to worship Phra That Phanom.
Bang Fai Phaya Nak end of Buddhist Lent Festival Annual 2010.
20 Oct 2010 to 26 October 2010.
During the end of Buddhist Lent festival every year. People all over the region will travel to the Nong Khai province to experience. Natural phenomenon is called. "Bang Fai Phaya Nak" Eoouaฟ traditionally pink color from the Mekong River is no sound and no smoke, no smell. Like fireworks, or fireworks. This phenomenon will occur only once a year. In the lunar night 11 months by 15 this year falls on Saturday, October 23, 2010.
On the ceremony of sacrifice to the ancient serpent who inherited the City Pillar at the mouth of Huai Luang. Phon Phisai. In Nong Khai Municipality held the events of interest. Whether it is street food. The giant Krathong. The race has a long tradition, King's Cup. Display lighting - open the legendary voice, "Bang Fai Phaya Nak" bee traditional castle contest. The steamer floating serpent worship. Loy Krathong Sai. And Robert V. Do I put only.
For more information, please contact the TAT Udon or call 0 4232 5406-7 E-mail: Service center or travel information, Nong Khai Telephone 0 4242 1326, 0 4241 1120 office hours every day.

Chak Phra festival - fry the wild and competitive boat. Surat Thani Province.
20 Oct 2010 to 28 October 2010.
20 - October 28, 2010 at dams along the river Tapi. The Palace Hotel Airport South. And the bridge master Activities include Bush once a Tony Award boat dragged the car the car the water inland.Oct 23. Watch the contest every corner of the city once a bush.24 Oct. Co Bush drew only once and watch the parade.Oct 23-25. Watch the boat race Panel.And found to display a string musical entertainment to life with shopping Luk cheap OTOP products.

October 2010 Festival & Event Part 1

Buffalo Racing 

October 16, 2010 - October 22, 2010

You could be forgiven for thinking that a domesticated buffalo is not built for sprinting, but in Chonburi town, the gateway to resorts along the east coast of the Gulf of Thailand, farmers have managed to tweak a turn of speed from these working animals that is nothing short of amazing.
The annual Buffalo Race, held around the 11th lunar month -normally in October, is a hotly contested series of sprints across on an open space in front of the town’s municipal offices. Clouds of dust rise as these hefty animals pound down the short course at an alarming speed, reminiscent of a stampede. The crowd roars in support of the favorites and the atmosphere is as enthralling as watching thoroughbred race horses; admittedly, a bit slower than race horses, the buffaloes are no slouches when it comes to making a short dash for glory.
Both town residents and tourists turn out for the amazing Buffalo racing that have even been featured in the past on CNN and the BBC as a must-see event.
The Buffalo racing is taken very seriously by the owners of the buffaloes. Prizes for the first nose past the finish line guarantee owners go to considerable lengths to ensure their buffaloes are in tip-top condition.

Although this day of fun and competition would succeed with just the buffaloes as the celebrities, there are other activities to make it a worthwhile outing for families.
A fair with food stalls and handicrafts appeals to visitors who love authentic Thai food, snacks and sweets. Then there are the rides for children, concerts of folk music and, of course, a beauty contest where the prize is the honor of being declared Miss Buffalo.
Not exactly the most adhering of titles for an aspiring beauty queen, but it does not seem to deter contestants from seeking the limelight of the catwalk.
The Chonburi Buffalo Race is a festival that provides amazing photo opportunities to capture an unusual adaptation of the 100-metre dash. Well worth seeing, is always the highlight of those who make the effort to travel to Chonburi.

Poi Lern Sip Et Tradition  

October 19, 2010 - October 31, 2010

Thewo alms offering at Phrathat Doi Kung Mu and walk to Wat Muai Tor.
Houses are decorated with candles and lanterns, Chong Para procession, local games, as well as various

forms of entertainment.  

Tak Bat Thewo Tradition 

October 22, 2010 - October 24, 2010

This religious event of Uthai Thani is organised in the evening of Ok Phansa
(end of Buddhist Lent) on the first day of the waning moon of the eleventh lunar month at Wat Sangkat Rattana Khiri. It is also in line with the Buddhist chronicles when the Lord Buddha returned to earth from heaven and gave Dharma. On the day of Tak Bat Thewo, 500 monks will walk down from the top of Khao Sakae Krang to receive offerings from residents and visitors to the ceremony, which creates an amazing spectacle and has made this tradition become well known nationwide.



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