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THAILAND CHINESE NEW YEAR FESTIVAL 2007

CELEBRATIONS AROUND THAILAND Chiang Mai. Nakhon Ratchasima. Nakhon Sawan. Pattaya, Chon Buri province. Phuket. Hat Yai and Songkhla

BANGKOK CHINA TOWN FESTIVAL
February 18 - 19, 2007

NAKHON RATCHASIMA CHINESE NEW YEAR FESTIVAL
February 18 - 19, 2007

NAKHON SAWAN CHINESE NEW YEAR FESTIVAL
February 11 - 12, 2007

CHINESE NEW YEAR FESTIVAL – PHUKET PERANAGAN FESTIVAL
February 2007

HAT YAI CHINESE NEW YEAR FESTIVAL
February 16 - 18, 2007

CHIANG MAI CHINA TOWN CHINESE NEW YEAR FESTIVAL
February 16 - 18, 2007

IMPORTANT
Event dates and programme details may be subject to change.Many of the festivals and events listed on Thailand's official calendar of annual events are traditional Buddhist or folk festivals, the date of which is either determined by the Buddhist lunar calendar and waxing and waning moon. These are not staged events. The festivals reflect the rhythm of life in rural Thai villages and local traditions as observed in times past. To ensure you have the most updated information, please reconfirm details prior to travel.
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Thanks Klaus for posting the details. The Chinese New Year festival in Thailand is a lot of fun Icon_biggrin

Quote:Lion Dance
Procession of the Golden Dragon
Sino-Thai procession by Chinese associations in Nakhon Ratchasima
“Dressed in Red” fashion show
Concerts
“Ang Pow” gifts of cash
A range of festive entertainment
Food stalls, shopping opportunities and other activities

The event in Korat sounds interesting. Klaus will you be heading into the city to watch the Lion Dance or take part in the "fashion show"? Icon_cool

I am hoping to get to Samut Songkram for the festivities Icon_lol
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Children perform a lion dance in the street of China town in Manila on Friday ahead of the Chinese New Year. Chineses around the world are to celebrate the year of the pig on Sunday.

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Day of the dragon :A seven-headed dragon and a nine-coloured Beijing lion provided by CAT Telecom lead a procession through Chinatown from the Odeon Circle to Ratchawong Pier in early Chinese New Year celebrations.
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