Celebrate the Thai New Year – Flights from £330

Songkran, or the Thai New Year, is a Buddhist festival that is observed from the 13th to the 15th of April. Songkran marks the end of the dry season, and locals celebrate it throwing and spraying water on everything they can. It is a great time for visitors to soak up the local culture, take part in the wild celebrations and come back home with a permanent smile.

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Songkran is the longest public holiday in Thailand, which offers locals an opportunity to return home from the big cities. This, in turn, creates an excellent chance for travellers to dodge the daily chaotic traffic of cities like Bangkok, which are surprisingly calm during Songkran.

Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket… wherever you are planning to spend the Thai New Year, be prepared: locals will make special efforts to splash, shower, spray or pour water over you. 💦



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