The brightest events of the summer of 2015 in Thailand.

The market Ta Phong in Rayong province, will be the largest in Thailand fruit festival. The Rayong is the undisputed leader of the country on their growing.

Visitors to the festival will not only taste exotic fruits, but also become spectators and participants in exciting contests. In addition, the event will be a parade of boats decorated with bright fruit, and a beauty contest “Miss fruit garden”.

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23-30 may ― regatta Koh Samui

On Koh Samui will take place on 14th elite race Samui Regatta. Owners of sailboats will compete for the title of the fastest and experienced yachtsman. To observe the course of the regatta and will cheer for their tourists come from different parts of the world.

The organizers of the regatta-2015 prepared a rich program. For all racing days on the beach will be held competitions in volleyball and tennis, while guests will be equipped with food court, which will be presented to the best restaurants and hotels of the island. The award ceremony will take place on 31 may during the gala dinner at Centara Grand Beach Resort Samui.

Party Full Moon Party is held every month and, as you can guess, the moon is full. The main directions of music ― trance, techno, drum’n bass, commercial dance and reggae.

Location: Phangan island (about 15 km from Samui), Haad Rin beach.

1 June – 31 August ― Festival of live butterflies

In the national Park, pang SIDA in the province of Sakau festival of live butterflies. Guests will be able to see how people live winged beauties in natural conditions, photograph them and even feed.

15 June – 15 August ― closeout Amazing Thailand Grand Sale

From 15 June to 15 August throughout Thailand hosts the annual closeout Amazing Thailand Grand Sale. 400 stores promise great discounts on various products, including clothes and food, not only brands, but also Thai manufacturers. Restaurants, cafes and hotels also joined the event and will pamper its guests with best stocks. Discounts during the sale will reach 80%!

11 – July 21 ― the Festival of candles

This famous event is held in the largest province of Isan ― Ubon Ratchathani. To the South is Cambodia, and to the East, across the Mekong river, Laos (the so-called “Golden triangle”). Candle festival marks the start of three months of Buddhist lent, during which monks are not allowed to leave the monasteries. In this province before fasting begins, and then to the festival joined by the rest of the regions.

Ubon Ratchathani ― record holder for number of temples all practised in Thailand religions, and primarily Buddhist. Many sanctuaries are the masterpieces of Khmer architecture.

31 July ― Khao Phansa, the beginning of Buddhist lent

Summer in Thailand is an annual celebration of the beginning of Buddhist lent and the three-month rainy season. For clergy, there comes a time of meditation, but for ordinary people 31 July means fun celebration Candle festival Khao Phansa across the country (in Ubon Ratchathani before the event takes place). The laity are made twisted and shaped candles, and then present them as a gift to the monks.

August 12 ― mother’s Day (Queen’s birthday)

In August in Thailand are celebrated in honor of the birthday of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit, wife of king Rama IX. This is important for the Thai people holiday timed in addition to other national celebration ― mother’s Day. In honor of the event dedicated to the Queen concerts, books, sporting achievements, her name referred to a new charitable organization.

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