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January - Children's Day 

A traditional day of fun for children with colourful costumes, singing, dancing and discounted entry to attractions such as theme parks.

February - Makha Bucha Day 

An important Buddhist festival celebrated on the full-moon day of Magha. 

March - Samui Fine Dining Festival

dining extravaganza is presented by a superb selection of Samui’s finest restaurants, together with
an elite group of international chefs based on the island.

April - Songkran 

The traditional Thai New Year is celebrated by squirting and splashing water in a huge water fight, alongside other traditional religious and family duties.

May - Regatta Samui 

This six day sailing event includes a golf day and two days of racing, attracting boats and crews from all over South East Asia.

June - Visakha Bucha Day 

This is a public holiday for celebrating Buddha's birth, enlightenment and death, with a candlelit procession at local temples.

July - Black Moon Culture 

The opposite of a Full Moon Party, with progressive house and trance played under a new moon at a party on Ban Tai Beach on Koh Phangan.

August - Wan Khao Phansa 

This day, also known as 'Buddhist Lent', is when the rainy season is heralded and people gather at temples to listen to the Dharma.

September - Full Moon Party 

A visit to Thailand would be incomplete without raving it up at one of their legendary Full Moon parties at Haad Rin Beach, reached by boat from Koh Samui.

October - Chulalongkorn Day 

A public holiday to commenerate the death of King Chulalongkorn with a ceremony at a prime public location.

November - Loy Krathong 

Thai's pray to the goddess of the waters by floating candlelit paper offerings on waterways. Like many public celebrations it is tied into the full moon cycle.

December - Constitution Day 

This day commenorates Thailand's change from a kingdom to a democracy and sees the country decorated in bunting and flags.