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  • October 2014

    Northern Lantern Festival

    Displays of lanterns at the Night Bazaar, Chiang Mai.

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  • November 2015

    Chiang Mai Loy Krathong (Yee Peng Festival)

    From 24th November 2015 To 26th November 2015

    Held every year, Loy Krathong is the most charming of all Thai festivals. The custom of placing handmade floats decorated with flowers and candles on waterways goes back over 700 years to the Sukhothai historical period. In the North, "Yee Peng" is celebrated for two nights under the full moon. As the moon rises on the second night, celebrations include a procession with floats through the city to the Ping River, boat races, and a beauty contest. Huge hot air lanterns similar to balloons are also launched into the night sky.Book early for tables at riverside restaurants this Loy Krathong (November 24 - 26 2015)

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  • November 2014

    Sunflower Blooming Season

    Great photo opportunities in Mae Hong Song province when the hillsides are covered with yellow sunflowers. Festival centred on Khun Yuam village by Doi Mae U-Khor, Mae Hong Son province.

    Chiang Mai Mardi Gras

    Stage shows, beer and food festival, annual music awards. Held during the evening on Changklan Road at the Night Bazaar.

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  • December 2014

    H.M The King’s Birthday

    From 5th December 2014 To 5th December 2014

    Nationwide celebrations are nationwide tributes with gaily-lit buildings and streets. His birthday is also celebrated as "Fathers' Day" in Thailand. December 5

    Rose Festival

    From 27th December 2014 To 29th December 2014

    A popular Chiangmai celebration of the world's favourite flower. Exhibitions, culture performances and competitions held at Makro, Chiangmai. Dec 27-29

    Christmas and New Year’s Eve

    Everywhere from first-class hotels to corner beer bars celebrate in style. Dec 24-25, 31

    Chiang Mai Red Cross and Winter Fair

    From 28th December 2014 To 8th January 2015

    This fair is the premier event for much of the province's agricultural population. Farmers and locals from miles around come to swap stories and goods. Chiangmai Provincial Hall. Also features a variety of products for sale, especially handicrafts, plus a show, beauty contest and games. Comes alive at night. Dec 28-Jan 08

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