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Festivals and holidays Phuket

Thailand

Going on vacation in this vibrant and exotic country like Thailand, of course I want to get on some local festival and join the walkers. Of course positive emotions and unforgettable impressions are guaranteed.

Here are some of the regular festivals and celebrations held in Phuket:

4. Phuket gay festival

5. Thao Thep Krasatri-Thao Sri Suntorn Festival – festival

Place: monument sisters-heroines

Held on 13 March yearly in memory of the two heroines who led the defense of the island against the Burmese invaders in 1785.

6. Holiday release turtles

When: April 13

Place: the sea turtle Center of the Kingdom of Thailand

Is held on Songkran, the Thai national water festival, on April 13. It is also a Day of national fisherman.

Songkran – Thai New year. The word “Songkran” is derived from the Sanskrit word meaning “transition” or “movement”. The measurement of the movement of the sun through the twelve astrological signs, beginning with Aries, then Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn. Aquarius, Pisces, and each character took about 30 days. This is the year when the sun passes through all the signs. The calendar used in India and Southeast Asia, which were influenced by India, Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos, etc. on may 13th, Continue reading

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