The Chinese New Year in Bangkok 2020 is the most celebrated festival in the world and mainly due to the mass human migration. Here is an interesting guide about the Chinese New Year in Bangkok, Thailand.
The festival is celebrated in Bangkok during Chinese New Year
Chinese festival that marks the beginning of the New Year according to the Chinese calendar. It is celebrated worldwide across nations with a significant Chinese population
Wat Mangkon Kamalawat (Wat Leng Noei Yi)
At the heart of Bangkok’s Chinatown is the Chinese-Buddhist temple of Wat Mangkon Kamalawat, known in Chinese as Wat Leng Nui Yee. The temple is the center of festivities during important festivals such as Chinese New Year and the vegetarian festival.
Mae Kampong Village
The happiness of visiting Mae Kampong Village is to experience the fresh air, the nature of the forest, streams and a simple lifestyle of the villagers in harmony with nature. You may choose to take a one-day trip or stay overnight at a villager’s home stay available along with sightseeing of the community lifestyle, tea leaf growing, and coffee plantations.
(Guide Judy)_”Flower Market” in Thai called “Pak Khlong Talad”, it means “market at the mouth of the canal” and the area originally started as a floating market in the early 18th century (during the reign of King Rama I).
One of the city includes in our tour program, the city that I have been here again and again…..why?
The Royal project of Queen Sirikit at Baan Name Kut Kham