Annual Flower Fest in Chiang Mai Thailand Travel Guide

Thailand Travel Guide Annual Flower Fest in Chiang Mai

Annual Flower Fest in Chiang Mai Thailand Travel Guide

Chiang Mai becomes a city of blossoms for the 28th annual Flower Festival on February 13 and 14. Thailand’s “Rose of the North” will bud and bloom for the big event, with more than 3,000 species of orchids alone on display. There will be a parade of marching bands and meticulously decorated floral floats to Buakhaad City Park, exhibitions, contests and the Miss Flower Bloom beauty pageant, with contestants wearing traditional Northern costumes. More information, call the Tourism Authority of Thailand’s (TAT) Northern Office at (053) 248 604

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Find a 10-gallon Hat for Cowboy Night in Saraburi Thailand Travel Guide

Find a 10-gallon Hat for Cowboy Night in Saraburi Thailand Travel Guide

Yee-haw! Saddle up for Saraburi’s Muak Lek district – cow country – for the annual cowboy and Indian roundup this weekend. The Dairy Farming Promotion Organisation of Thailand has been putting on these Wild West parties for more than a decade at its headquarters along the Friendship Highway. Between stretches at the food fair, entertainment booths and Cowboy Night concerts you can cosy up around the campfire in this hilly town. Beverage of choice? What else, but fresh milk. The event runs from 10am to 8pm. For details, call (036) 341 200 or 341 973.

Wood Street Holds a Festival Bangkok Thailand Travel Guide

Wood Street Holds a Festival Bangkok Thailand Travel Guide

If wood furniture and decoration appeal to you, Prachanarumit Street in Bangkok’s Bang Sue district is a kilometre of woodworking enthusiasm that’s sometimes known as Thanon Sai Mai, or “Wood Street”. The sixth annual Wood Street Festival takes place from January 31 to February 1 will see the thoroughfare closed to vehicles so that all the carvers, machinists, designers and fitters can show off their wares and talents. The best time for the best prices is 11am to noon and 3 to 4pm, and the rest of your day can be spent watching carving competitions or getting some woodwork training. For details, call the Bang Sue District Office at (02) 586 9978.

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